Athletes First guard Allonzo Trier, who will likely become the EYBL's career scoring-leader, has decided to transfer to Findlay Prep in Henderson, Nevada.
The 6-foot-4 combo guard played his junior season at Montrose Christian in Maryland, but felt the need to make a change. He released the following statement upon the news he was switching schools:
"I place high expectations upon myself as a student athlete. I continuously strive to improve and raise the level of excelling both academically and athletically. And for these reasons, my family and I feel it is in my best interest to transfer for Findlay Prep of the Henderson International school."
Trier is extremely talented, but remains humble as he progresses through his career. He is a very personable young man and is extremely well-spoken, traits that coaches across the country have fallen in love with. He has taken a game to a completely new level, and will continue to grow his game while being surrounded with elite talent at Findlay.
We challenged him to sum up his decision to transfer in one sentence. His response was telling of his bright future:
"(Transferring to Findlay) will allow me to handle every situation I will walk into as soon as my high school basketball career is over."
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