Scoring 1000 points is a meaningful milestone in high school basketball. It’s pretty common amongst players who have next-level ability, but also attainable for those who were contributors throughout their four years. However, surpassing the 1000-point mark in only 42 games is simply ridiculous. We’ve seen a lot of special players across the region and very few have been able to accomplish as much as Trey Beamer of the Carlisle School (especially in such a short period of time). Let’s further break down this achievement…

From the outside looking in, this probably seems like a situation with a high-volume scorer putting up a ton of shots to chase point totals. That couldn’t be farther from the truth. Beamer is an incredibly polished, efficient three-level scorer with an amazing combination of IQ, craftiness, and quickness. He understands angles extremely well and utilizes jabs, ball-fakes, and change of pace to his advantage. Beamer is a smooth player who leads by example and operates with a calm demeanor at all times. He’s a quality playmaker, yet scores the ball so well that his team is typically better served when he’s looking to control the action offensively. Beamer’s “bad” shots are higher percentage attempts than “good” shots for others. His per-game averages echo this notion:

2022-23 (Freshman): 23.3 PPG, 1.2 RPG, 1.0 APG, 0.7 SPG, 0.2 BPG

2023-24 (Sophomore): 26.6 PPG, 6.6 RPG, 2.5 APG, 0.8 SPG, 0.5 BPG with 64/43/87 splits

Given his status as a prospect in the Class of 2026, there’s still ample time for Beamer to receive offers from college coaches. Right now, he’s somewhat of a hidden gem who genuinely isn’t being talked about nearly enough. Although Beamer is a well-known entity who plays for a noteworthy program in Team United, it feels like he’s only going to continue trending upward over the foreseeable future.