06/02/2019 - College PREP - Columbia, MD
Trey showed a spike in defensive grades, offensive grades, and radar velocity (up to 86 mph now) during his last workout with The Factory. He is now a class 3 SS with quick feet, soft/presentable hands, and he fields in a low/athletic fielding position. He works through the ball well, his exchange is quick, and he delivers the ball with a short/accurate arm across the diamond. On the mound, Trey touched 83 MPH with his FB, which he throws with a quick/clean arm action. He keeps his eyes on target, has a controlled landing toward the plate, and he throws strikes. Offensively, Trey stands in athletically with quiet actions. He has fast bat speed, makes hard contact, and he uses his lower body.
07/30/2018 - College PREP - York, PA
Trey continues to excel on the diamond. As a hitter, this athletic righty stands in with a wide/solid base. He gets loaded, fires the barrel to and through the zone, connecting with pop. He engages his lower 1/2 and hits consistent, hard line-drives. At SS, he shows active prep and works from right to left around the GB. Hands are soft with a clean transfer to throw. DP turns are quick/efficient as he moves well around the 2B bag. On the mound, this RHP fills up the zone. FB now tops out at 79 mph while showing slight run. Breaking ball has 12/6 shape with sharp/tight spin. He works the ball all around the zone and will challenge hitters. Trey is a talented 2-way prospect who has a bright future ahead of him.
10/21/2017 - FDI Hitting Accelerated Training Weekend (14-18)
Trey is a coachable, and hard working player that made several adjustments to improve his skills during the Hitting Accelerated Training Weekend. At the plate, Trey has an athletic set up and strides toward the pitcher. He loads his hands back on time, and stays balanced through contact. His ability to attack the inside part of the ball allows him to hit gap-gap line drives. If Trey continues to create rhythm in his swing and use his lower half, he will have a more consistent swing. Trey will continue to improve with experience and we hope to see his progress in the future.
06/24/2017 - Omaha National World Series - Session 2 (Ages 14-18)
Trey showed at SS and on the mound for the first time at the event. He continues to show improvements in his baseball abilities. Foot speed has improved as he ran his best 60 time to date. At SS, he displays smooth / athletic actions. He takes proper routes / angles in tracking down balls. He shows off his athletic abilities on his feeds of the double play. Range will continue to increase as he continues to improve his foot quickness. At the plate, hands are quick and work through an aggressive swing path. He works to keep hands inside the ball, utilizing all fields through a line drive approach. On the mound, fastball showed a range of 73-75 mph. Breaking ball displays 11/5 shape with gradual break. He maintains arm speed on his changeup with arm side run. Control is outstanding as he throws strikes with all his pitches. Stock on the mound will continue to rise as more arm strength is gained through a long toss program. Mental makeup is a plus as he is extremely coachable and works hard to be the best player he can be.
05/07/2017 - College PREP - Bowie, MD
Trey is lean SS who has a promising future on the diamond. In the MIF, he displays smooth / fluid actions. Feet are aggressive as he takes proper angles, but will benefit by playing through balls more with his body. Glove action is soft / sure and presents hands well out front. He shows off his athletic abilities on his feeds / turn of the double play. Hands / feet work well together as he gets rid of the baseball quickly. Throws are accurate and he shows good arm strength for just finishing up his freshman year (76 mph). At the plate, he continues to shine through an athletic setup. Hands are quick and work through a compact swing path. He stays inside the ball, utilizing all fields through a line drive swing path. Hitting grade will continue to improve as he works to get stride foot down sooner to be more on time. With 3 years to further develop, Trey has potential with time and room to progress his game.