well that's just, like, your opinion, man
Trey Burke fashion spread in GQ
I'll help ya out.
I've literally never seen Trey wear anything other than Michigan sweatpants and sweatshirt or gameday gear.
crooked tree IPA. very good...
Probably why Mitch McGary decided to come back
Looking fine, Mr. Burke.
Mighty fine, indeed.
GQ chose its first pick of the NBA Draft wisely, I would think. As someone else mentioned, aside from the combine and select videos from before his time at Michigan, I don't think I've ever seen Burke not wearing some manner of Michigan gear, but it is great to see Michigan men in demand off the court too.
See, people? The slim fit is in. Most American men wear clothes that are too baggy and/or over sized.
Most American men are comfortable too. Gotta have the ballroom pants.
While I do love my comfortable pants, and embarassingly admit to buying a pair of skinny jeans when I first moved to NY (the gf at the time pressured me, ok), I believe there's a happy medium. Namely, the way that tailors have been measureing fit in pants for quite some time.
I bet he has sex with a lot of good looking women.
Just adding to the collection of Michigan players to go on to be featured in GQ following their time at M. Gotta love that!
So hot right now. Hansel.
I'm more worried about Gretel.
Hopefully this was shot before that tattoo was inked.
Which is real good news for his career -- being a spokesperson for a major NBA advertiser/sponsor means you get biased officiating in your favor. This is the formula the league uses to encourage big corporate advertisers to open their pockets and also what happens to really be behind the "superstar calls." I'd imagine the landing of this GQ piece was worked out by PepsiCo on behalf of their new endorser. Seems like the tables are being set up for Trey to become something big.
Sorry, just not one to be desparate to fit in online..
Thinking of Desmond, Jalen, Charles, Trey, Martavious, (this list could go on forever) - I'm so proud of the way that our former student-athletes represent themselves and Michigan off the court and field. (In general of course, Braylon's gonna Bray)