The 6-foot-5 native of Minnesota reported the development on his Twitter account on Monday afternoon.
Prior to the offer, Duke recently get into the picture for Trent and he noticed the presence of Blue Devil coaches at his games in April.
"Schools that have been showing the most interest during the live period has been Duke and Kentucky," Trent said. "They came to a couple of games and called my AAU coach and stuff like that."
Currently rated as a three star prospect, Trent is due for a serious bump in recruiting stature after averaging 22.1 points, 4.3 rebounds and 2 steals per game.
Being around basketball has always been a big part of Trent's childhood and he got to spend plenty of time around NBA arenas meeting pros and learning the game. Some of his earlier memories involve meeting some of his favorite players.
"I've got a lot of great memories. Meeting great players like LeBron James and Yao Ming. I was scared of Yao Ming, actually," Trent said with a laugh. "I was crying when I was meeting him and stuff because I wanted to meet him so bad because I was playing with him in a video game. When I got the chance I was scared. Just meeting a lot of players and still talking to those players and being in touch with those players [is great]."