One of the more well rounded young guys on the 2010 squad, Trey Zeigler (Unranked Scout, #64 Rivals, #50 ESPN) left an impression of being a very complete and fundamentally sound player in every minute he was out on the floor. 6-5, smooth, but not incredibly athletic at this point, Zeigler likes to beat guys off the dribble and take the ball strong to the rim, finishing fearlessly and having no problem taking contact. Hes a crafty guy, sometimes finishing with a floater, which helps considering that he isnt quite strong or explosive enough at this point to explode over players in traffic.
Zeigler didnt shoot a lot of jumpers at this event, but appears capable of making shots from the perimetersomething well have to look closer at next time we see him. He can create for himself as well as for others, looking very unselfish, not forcing the issue and showing a nice feel for finding the open man, and competes very hard on the other end too, hustling for loose balls and trying to play good defense, which is nice to see from a player so young. Not surprisingly considering the way he plays, he is the son of a coach (Central Michigan head coach Ernie Zeigler), so college coaches will probably be after him hard knowing that they might be getting the type of all-around complete package they covet as far as theyre concerned. Its too early to say definitively, but it seems like hell be sticking around in college for at least a few years as well.