Height: 6’5

Class: 2023

School: RJ Reynolds

Travel Team: Winston 76ers

Freshman Season (JV): 5.3 PPG

Sophomore Season: N/A

Junior Season: 6.0 PPG, 4.1 RPG

What Was Recently Said (6/28/22): Given our viewings of the Winston 76ers, we were already quite familiar with Tisdale and his skilled, adaptable game. He’s a smooth, fairly well-rounded wing/forward prospect with great size and a polished scoring arsenal from all levels. Tisdale is able to comfortably initiate the offense or find ways to apply pressure without the ball in his hands. He possesses an excellent jumper, but also understands how to mix it up as a creator. Tisdale is a useful passer, defender, and rebounder who can carve out a role with pretty much any collection of teammates. College coaches would be wise to take notice sooner than later, as he will be a major piece for the Demons this season.

What To Expect:

Although the raw numbers don’t necessarily show it, Trey Tisdale has all the makings of someone who should have a breakout season. RJ Reynolds is always loaded with talent, which means guys are forced to step up and harness a leadership role when it’s their time. The Demons only graduated two guys, so how is his production supposed to drastically change? Well, Tisdale should absorb a healthy amount of the departed shot attempts. He’s strong, skilled, and possesses a very polished offensive arsenal. Tisdale scores the ball at an efficient rate from everywhere on the floor, but also understands how to properly operate within the flow of a team structure. He can effectively create for himself or others, and looks to make the extra pass whenever available. At 6-foot-5, Tisdale can pose matchup problems for various types of opponents. He’s simply bigger than most guards or wings and too skilled to be contained by most forwards or big men. Tisdale can reliably create, spot-up, finish around the basket, or hit jumpers off the bounce. He’s a steady defender who positions himself well to force turnovers and contain others. Tisdale also rebounds well and understands how to push the break with the ball in his hands. College coaches should be involved, as there’s a lot to like with Tisdale.