Doomes looks to late signing period decision

Allatoona, GA combo guard Trey Doomes started off his first weekend of AAU ball with a bang. The Nike Team Florida 2018 recruit averaged 13.8 points per game while shooting .528%. Doomes also averaged 5 assists per game.

Nike Team Florida ended the weekend with a 3-1 record. "I feel my play was good especially in my last game. I put up close to 20 points and had five assists. I think the sessions helped my recruitment.” Doomes picked up new offers from Townson and Troy during the weekend.

Overall, Trey is happy with the way things are proceeding with his recruitment. “I can already tell just from this weekend that things will be picking up even more.” Trey has heard that coaches were impressed with his play. Those that have offered will be recruiting him harder and he may be picking up additional offers.

One of the schools impressed with Trey’s play has been Georgia Tech. They have offered Doomes and they are also recruiting one of his teammates. Trey followed the progress of Tech throughout their first season under Coach Josh Pastner. Doomes was impressed that the team was able to make it to the finals of the NIT Tournament. “The high point of the season was their beating North Carolina.”  

While the offers continue to come in for Trey, he feels that several schools are recruiting him hard. "Georgia Tech, Georgia, Auburn, Florida Gulf Coast, Clemson, Middle Tennessee, and James Madison are all recruiting me hard.”

Doomes is in no rush to make his decision. He still plans to sign in the late signing period in 2018. “That way, I will have my senior year of basketball finished. I want to be able to enjoy that last season before I start really concentrating on a final school."

Even tough Trey plans to wait until April to sign, he plans to trim his list of offers to a final list in the early signing period. “I know a lot of recruits will decide in November. I will then have a good idea of who has signed where and what schools are really wanting me to pick them."

His family will play a major role in helping Trey make his college choice. “I know they will have my best interests in mind when we talk about picking a school." Top Stories