San Diego State’s Top Scorer Looks To End His Career On A High Note
San Diego State guard Trey Kell is #6 in the MWC Wire staff Top 25
Trey Tell looks to lead a high-powered Aztecs offense
The third Aztec finds his way onto the list, this time just outside the top 5 at #6
Trey Kell is #6 in the MWC Wire basketball rankings.
The hometown kid, Kell, enters his senior season at San Diego State hoping to leave the program in the condition that he found it in when he arrived, a yearly tournament team. The former St. Augustine High guard looks to lead the Aztecs back to the NCAA Tournament before he graduates.
Kell is the Aztecs returning team leader in points (13.2), assists (2.9), steals (1.4), and free throw percentage (76.6%). Expected to be the leader of the team, Kell looks to build off a good personal year last season. Reports around campus are that he looks to be in real good shape and has been working hard on stepping up his game in his last year.
It sounds like Kell is on his way to a good season as he was mentioned as being the top scorer in the “secret scrimmage” against Southern California. The more scoring options the Aztecs can get the better off they will be. If San Diego State can find enough scorers, starting with Kell, and avoid the droughts that have plagued them then expect this team to shock a lot of people this year.
- 6 – Trey Kell, San Diego State
- 7 – Prentiss Nixon, Colorado State
- 8 – Caleb Martin, Nevada
- 9 – Malik Pope, San Diego State
- 10 – Devin Watson, San Diego State
- 11 – Deshon Taylor, Fresno State
- 12 – Jaron Hopkins, Fresno State
- 13 – Hayden Dalton, Wyoming
- 14 – Jeremy Hemsley, San Diego State
- 15 – Jovan Mooring, UNLV
- 16 – Jordan Johnson, UNLV
- 17 – Lindsey Drew, Nevada
- 18 – Shakur Juiston, UNLV
- 19 – Ryan Welage, San Jose State
- 20 – Sam Logwood, New Mexico
- 21 – Jeremiah Paige, Colorado State
- 22 – Jahmel Taylor, Fresno State
- 23 – Justinian Jessup, Boise State
- 24 – Alan Herndon, Wyoming
- 25 – Dane Kuiper, New Mexico
- Honorable Mentions