Career Highlights

Trey is a big, strong, athletic, and versatile guard who prides himself on being a lock down defender and a great playmaker. Trey can play both guard positions and presents a mismatch for the opposition. Trey is comfortable running the team and getting his teammates involved or playing the SG and looking for his own shot. Trey does not shy away from guarding the best player on the opposing team, and because of his size and strength he can guard the SG, PG, or SF positions. Because of his size and strength he can post up smaller guards and is a very capable finisher inside. Trey has a very good handle and consistently uses it to get into the lane. He also looks for his teammates as well and is a good passer. Trey is most effective when he gets in the lane. Once he gets there, he is capable of taking it all the way to the bucket, but he also has a nice midrange game. One area where he must continue to improve is his three point shooting.

Trey spent the 2015-16 season playing for JBC MMCITE Brno in the first league in the Czech Republic. He averaged 16ppg, 7rpg, 2apg, 1spg, 63%FG and was named to the first team all import team. After finishing his college career at TCU, Trey worked out for several NBA teams for the 2015 NBA draft and is considered an NBA prospect. In 2015/16 Trey started all 33 games for TCU. As a senior he averaged 10ppg,4rpg. 2apg, 50%FG. Zeigler led TCU in scoring seven times during the season, while also carrying the Frogs in assists nine times. He was named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week in late February after big games against Texas Tech and Oklahoma. In 2013/14 Trey sat out the season due to the NCAA transfer rules. In 2012/13 Zeigler appeared in 31 games while helping the Panthers post a 24-9 overall record and an NCAA tournament appearance. As a sophomore in 2011/12 Trey was a Third-Team All-Mid American Conference selection. He led Central Michigan with 16ppg, 7rpg, 2.5apg, 1spg, 50% FG. As a freshman in 2010/11 he averaged 16ppg, 5rpg, 2apg, 2spg and was named to the MAC All-Freshman Team and the All-MAC Honorable Mention Team.

A 2010 graduate of Mount Pleasant High School, he scored 1,644 points and grabbed 648 rebounds in his four-year career. He averaged 24.3ppg and 10.5 rpg as a senior and finished second in the Michigan “Mr. Basketball” voting. He was also named Third-Team All-American by as a senior.


Trey Zeigler was born on April 20, 1991. He is the son of Ernie and Seantelle Zeigler. He has one sister. His father is a long time college coach (Pittsburgh, UCLA, Central Michigan, Detroit, Mississippi State). His favorite basketball player is Isiah Thomas from the Detroit Pistons.


“After coming out of college and recovering from an injury Scott and his team at Rize have always been there for me. Whether it was setting up NBA draft workouts, getting into NBA mini camps, or placing me overseas, Scott has always given me strong guidance. Scott and his team work 24/7, and I believe they are the hardest working agency in the business.”

  • Position: G

    Height: 6-5

    Weight: 205 lbs

    Birthdate: April 20, 1991

    High School:
    Mount Pleasant High – Mount Pleasant, MI

    TCU (Texas Christian)

    Passport: USA


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