Profile - Trey Doomes
Acworth, GA Allatoona High School combo guard Trey Doomes continues to visit schools prior to the start of the July evaluation period. Tuesday the 2018 recruit visited one of ACC schools showing him interest.
Trey made the short drive to Atlanta to visit Georgia Tech. Doomes toured the campus and got to see what Tech offers their student-athletes. “I liked seeing the athletic facilities. They are extremely good.” Trey also got to see the dorms, the academic side of things, and met and watched the players practice. “All in all, it was a fantastic trip and one that I will not forget. Especially since I got an offer from Coach (Josh) Pastner."
Coach Pastner and Trey talked about the style of play Tech will run. “They’ll run a fast-paced up-tempo game that will have you hustling to get back on defense. He’s a high energy coach that wants his players to be like that on the court.” Trey feels that he could play the point or the two guard and possibly slide over to the three. “In his style of play, Coach Pastner wants players that can play multiple positions."
Doomes likes the up-tempo game and could see himself playing in the Tech offense. Trey also likes Coach Pastner’s plan for rebuilding the program. “He has a great scheme for offering recruits.” The Tech staff feels that Doomes is the hard-nosed type of player that would be a good fit for their program.
The offer from Tech brings Doomes’ offer total to five. His AAU and high school coaches feel more offers are on the way. “I feel that as more schools see me play on the AAU circuit that the offers will come.”
Prior to the visit to Tech, Trey felt that Arkansas and Clemson were the two schools recruiting him the hardest. "Now Georgia Tech is up there with them.” Georgia, Kansas, Louisville, and Tennessee are also starting to increase their interest in Doomes. Trey won’t waste any time in returning to Tech. He plans to return for the final two of Coach Pastner’s Power Hours. “They have been great. You can get individual attention and I will take advantage of that to increase my level of play."
Other schools are also trying to get Trey to visit. Alabama-Birmingham, Georgia, and Mercer are three of those schools. Trey is not sure that he’ll be able to make those visits before his next AAU tournament. “My mom has started coming with me on visits along with either my AAU coach or my high school coach. She wants to see what the schools recruiting me are like.”
As things stand now, Trey plans to make an April decision. He plans to make his college choice before his final AAU season begins.