One of the breakout performers of the spring, Allatoona (GA) junior Trey Doomes has been one of the best floor generals on the EYBL circuit through 3 sessions. The 6’3 point guard spoke to Endless Motor Sports on his productive Spring and where he stands in his recruitment.

Doomes is the prototype point guard at 6’3 that can break down a defense with great ballhandling ability, nice vision and good finishing ability at the rim with either hand.

Trey is off to a sizzling start on the EYBL circuit with Team Florida where he’s averaging 12.2 points, 4 rebounds and 3.4 assists per game while shooting an amazing 56.6% from the field.

“Things are going well with Nike Team Florida. The team is great, the coaching staff is even better and I feel like it’s a great fit to the way I play.”

When asked about the strength of his game, Doomes didn’t hesitate to say “getting to the basket.”

On the recruiting front, Trey has no shortage of suitors. He currently holds offers from Georgia, UAB, Furman, FGCU, Mercer, Auburn, Georgia Tech, Troy, Buffalo, Towson, South Florida, Middle Tennessee, East Carolina, Tennessee Tech and Kennesaw State.

In addition to the aforementioned programs, Doomes reports interest from Louisville, Florida, West Virginia, Miami, Virginia, Vanderbilt, Murray State, Memphis, Butler, VCU, Rhode Island, Clemson, Alabama, Richmond and Iowa State.

“Furman, FGCU, Kennesaw State, Vanderbilt, Mercer, Georgia Tech, Troy, Towson, South Florida, Middle Tennessee, Murray State and Richmond are the schools showing the most interest right now.”

Trey doesn’t have any visits scheduled just yet, but has an idea of when he’d like to narrow his recruiting focus.

“I don’t have any visits in particular set up, but I do have some schools reaching out that want me to get to their campus. I’m probably going to trim my list in December.”

On the court Doomes is pleased with his play so far this Spring, but has bigger goals in mind for the Summer.

“I want to prepare my body for the next level in every aspect of my game, become a deadly shooter from the 3 point line and help my team win Peach Jam.”

Trey is one of the more under-valued prospects in the country. He’s quietly been one of most efficient point guards on the EYBL circuit this year, and has been dominant at times. As a bigger point guard that can create separation off the dribble and make the game easy for teammates, his stock is going to rise come July.