Trey Burke Cleaning Up

Submitted by Webber's Pimp on October 26th, 2010 at 9:31 PM

All-Ohio Nike City Series: Columbus

 



Here is Ohio High School Hoops “Top 10” for each class. 

12th Grade:
[... list with Burke #1]

MVP- It may get old to some seeing Trey Burke’s name listed as the top player at almost every event we cover, but when you earn it then the case is closed. Burke continues to deliver and proves to be not just the best guard in Central Ohio, but the best player. He impacts every game in a significant manner, but in most cases, he impacts every possession. Burke knocked down big shots, scored driving to the basket, and even rebounded the ball very well from his guard spot. It seems like every event or game we cover of Burke’s the Michigan commit knocks down a big shot. With his team trailing by three points to Wisconsin commit Traevon Jackson and his squad, Burke pulled up from nearly 30-feet and drained a jumper right over top of Jackson sending the game to overtime. Burke’s contingent went on to capture the victory. Chauncey Billups is known as “Mr. Big Shot” and Robert Horry was known as “Big Shot Bob,” so it’s only fitting we coin Burke as “Baby Big Shot.” 

Comments

BlockM

October 26th, 2010 at 10:00 PM ^

I love what Beilein is doing and I love how he's doing it. Sounds like this kid has quite a bit of potential. Can't wait to see him in Maize & Blue.

teldar

October 27th, 2010 at 8:41 AM ^

So he's not on the hot seat and shouldn't be fired if we don't make the tourney this year?
WTF?
That's not what irritating dude said on here the other day :( I distinctly remember beilein stinks, team's not getting better, he doesn't recruit, and he needs to go.

(do I need to put /s on here for people to not flip out?)