TAMUCC transfer Trey Tennyson tells me he has cut his list to 3️⃣:— Tobias Bass (@tobias_bass) April 9, 2023
He averaged 15.7 points, 2.3 rebounds & 1.2 assists while shooting 40% from three pic.twitter.com/qVUjpugsDE
The 6-foot-4 guard was Southland All-Conference Second-Team for the Southland Champs, averaging 15.7 points on 44% shooting from the field, 40% from deep, and 89% from the foul line. Tennyson set a school record with 100 made threes this season. The 100 made threes were good for 18th nationally. He had 20 points versus Alabama in the NCAA Tournament. Trey followed up a stellar senior season with a junior season where he averaged 12 points on 37% shooting from deep and was named Third-Team All-Conference. He played his sophomore year at the JUCO level and his freshman year at D1 Central Connecticut, where he shot 43% from deep. Trey is a versatile shooter with the ability to score off the dribble or catch-and-shoot. He has 197 made threes in three seasons at the Division 1 level.
TCU on paper appears to be the favorite for Trey. Trey is from Arlington and just completed a visit to TCU this weekend. BYU is working to finalize an official visit with Trey — I will update once I hear of dates.
BYU will add a big this transfer cycle (they just completed an official visit with Charlotte transfer Aly Khalifa) and is in heavy pursuit of Steven Ashworth. I know of two frontcourt players scheduled to take official visits this next week. In addition to a big man, I can see BYU adding two backcourt players or one backcourt and one wing player this transfer cycle to give the team more scoring punch.
You can watch highlights from Tennyson below.