WATERLOO, Iowa - Trey Dickerson heard the whispers and felt the stares as he walked into the Cedar Valley Sportsplex here Thursday night. Fans had been waiting to get their eyes on the new Iowa point guard since he signed his letter of intent in April.
"I had nerves. I walked into the gym and saw a bunch of people sitting around. Everybody looked at me," Dickerson said.
Dickerson accounted well for himself in his first public action on Iowa soil. You can view his game film here.
After his team dropped a 102-81 decision to a squad led by Iowa forward Jarrod Uthoff and UNI guard Jeremy Morgan, Dickerson spoke about the experience and what he sees for himself during his first season in the Big Ten: