Trevin Knell, the 6-foot-5 sharpshooting senior guard at Woods Cross High School, committed to play college basketball at the University of California this past November.
This morning, Ryan Comer at the Standard-Examiner reported that Trevin Knell was given a release from his scholarship to Cal. In that piece, Comer also revealed that BYU has reached out to Trevin and he will be visiting Provo this weekend.
Since his commitment, Cal went through a coaching change when Cuonzo Martin resigned to take over at the University of Missouri. This change is perhaps responsible for Knell’s decision to be released from his scholarship.
Knell is one of the very best shooters in the state. This past season he average 25.3 points on blistering 52.6/48.3/86.2 shooting splits.
Before his commitment to Cal, Knell received offers from schools like Washington State, Wyoming, Santa Clara, Weber State, Montana and Utah Valley.
Knell is a mission first prospect and won’t be available until 2019-20 season.
Here are a few of Trevin Knell’s highlight videos: