BRYN MAWR, Pa. -- Maryland signee Trayvon Reed's Life Center Academy (Burlington Township, N.J.) fell to Westtown (West Chester, Pa.) 71-61 Jan. 18 at a Philadelphia tournament, and Reed only had six points and six boards while playing through tendinitis. Reed, though, who was pitted against fellow 7-footer Georgia Papagiannis, continues to build strength and show out on the defensive end.
After the game, Reed talked about his development, his continued relationship with the Maryland staff and what it was like going against future teammate Jared Nickens.
See more in the video below:
Reed's Development Ongoing
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