Shooting translates. Especially when the shot is coming off a lengthy 6'5' players hands. Trey Murphy can flat out shoot the cover off the ball, and he does so off the catch, off the bounce, from the mid-range and from deep.

During the North Carolina Top 80 Murphy was lights out. The North Carolina Top 80 is North Carolina's most prestigious invite-only camp as it puts the top players from the state under one roof and has them compete against one another. In the 3 games at the North Carolina Top 80, Murphy splashed 21 total 3s made, averaging 23.7 points per game.

This is something that Murphy has done this consistently, in all settings. At Cary Academy this year Murphy averaged 21.3 points per game. His shoot splits were off the charts as he shot 43% from behind the arc, 53% from the field and 94% from the free throw line. Murphy is in the short conversation for best shooter in the region.

Right now the high academic Murphy is being recruited by the likes of Columbia, Appalachian State, Rider, Campbell, Army and others. Schools need to go ahead a jump on him now. We forsee his recruitment going like Carter Collins did last year, picking up 20 or so offers between April and July and ending up at Davidson.