Video: Highlights of Trey Lyles at USSFA Shootout

  • 06/29/2011 8:25 am in

Trey Lyles, the No. 5 player in the 2014 class according to ESPN.com, put together an outstanding weekend at the USSFA High School Shootout as Indianapolis Tech advanced all the way to the championship game.

Inside the Hall was there and we’ve compiled close to three minutes of video of Lyles (wearing No. 41) in the embedded video player below (Note: You can expand the video to full screen by using the arrows in the bottom right hand corner of the player):

(Note: We’ll have more video later in the week of Lyles in the championship game against Lawrence North.)

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  • Anonymous

    I like these clips that aren’t just a highlight reel.  Actually made Trey look human for a change.  He does miss some shots and he doesn’t quite play above the rim yet but he is still a very talented individual who I can’t wait to see in a couple years.  He is only a sophomore in High School this upcoming year and he will be a beast if he continues to get stronger and works on his inside game.  His outside shot and ball handling for a big man look to be very solid already. 

  • Anonymous

    Sure it would.  haha.

  • MillaRed

    All I can say is, I hope they change the commitment rule to 2-3 years by the time he arrives. Kids this age with this size do not run fast breaks. Wow.

  • cdog

    Lyles is a very impressive player.  I also thought of Magic when I saw his ball handling skills.  His size is similar to Magic as well.  My understanding is that he was a guard before a big growth spurt.  It certainly shows!  Has a nice touch both at the free throw line and on his jumper.  He tries to use his size to overpower people, but still needs to get stronger.  A couple of years in the weight room will solve that.  REALLY like his diverse offensive game.  He can score in so many different ways.  Can we get him to IU before 2014?

  • cdog

    Lyles is a very impressive player.  I also thought of Magic when I saw his ball handling skills.  His size is similar to Magic as well.  My understanding is that he was a guard before a big growth spurt.  It certainly shows!  Has a nice touch both at the free throw line and on his jumper.  He tries to use his size to overpower people, but still needs to get stronger.  A couple of years in the weight room will solve that.  REALLY like his diverse offensive game.  He can score in so many different ways.  Can we get him to IU before 2014?

  • Diesel

    Interesting, his teammate Jeremi Tyler told Neddenriep that new head coach Jason Delaney has brought more discipline and more teaching.  What the heck Frank Kendrick? Also read an interview with Delaney that he wanted to get Trey guarding better like taking on perimeter guys and not just standing in the middle.

  • Kelin Blab

    From what I have read and been hearing over the past year milla they are
    headed that way. RMK and Coach K are making a push for it talking with
    Stern….which will drive Calipari crazy

  • base

    Lyles, Lyle, Blackmon and Bluiett will be playing together for Spiece at the Adidas Invitational at North Central. Not to mention Perea, Yogi, and Hollowell on IE and the Buss plays on another IE team. I thought I heard Jurkin might be ready for action. Not sure though.
    Alex might have inner circle knowledge about Jurkin.

  • the futures so bright, i gotta wear shades

  • Anonymous

    Very impressive as always.  Am I the only one who, upon seeing this gym on video, is instantly reminded of the night EJ destroyed Jordan’s kids on ESPN? (Edit: ESPN2, but still.)

    That was one of the most dominant high school performances I’ve ever seen.  I’ll never forget Michael sitting in the stands, stone-faced, watching Gordon hit 26-footer after 26-footer, until EJ threw down that reverse slam on a breakaway, and they cut to Jordan and he just broke into a huge grin.

    But I digress.  Lyles looks quite good.  Quality jumper with a high release…hard to challenge them.

  • Anonymous

    If we don’t win a championship in 2014-2015, it will really be a shame. That team is gonna be STACKED!!!! (if everyone stays around).

  • Anonymous

    I watched Trey and thought of an “improved” Alan Henderson. And the “original” was pretty darn good!

  • Kewaynes

    Why would Calipari care? He would have had Wall and Cousins back this year and probably have won it all

  • Anonymous

    It depends if they would be like baseball and allow kids to go straight to the NBA or go to college for 3 years. If that’s the case, Calipari wouldn’t have had most of his stars.

  • Anonymous

    It depends if they would be like baseball and allow kids to go straight to the NBA or go to college for 3 years. If that’s the case, Calipari wouldn’t have had most of his stars.

  • Anonymous

    Lyles is a future all american and Big 10 POY.  Best player of all of the ones we’ve picked up in the 2013 or 2014 class.