Trever Irish announces that he has accepted a full NCAA Division 1 college basketball scholarship at Long Beach State University.
Trever lived in Lewiston, Maine and played at Lewiston High School. Trever had many struggles while living in Lewiston.
A member of Trever’s family asked Dudley Davis, YES! Director, to visit with Trever and do an intervention. This is how Trever became involved with YES!, and his journey took another path/direction.
Trever trained at YES! Skills and Drills Academy and played for YES! AAU Elite team for 2 years before leaving Maine to finish up his high school career at Valley Prep Academy in Arizona.
Don White, a YES! Staff, was instrumental in reaching out, on behalf of Trever, to Prep Schools all across the country, and was able to get him into Valley Prep Academy.
After graduating from Valley Prep Academy, Trever attended CENTRAL ARIZONA JUNIOR COLLEGE.
Trever starred as a freshman at Central Arizona Junior College… and averaged 14.3 points per game while grabbing 8.8 rebounds per game … Made over two blocks per game … Played in 30 games total in 2017-18 … Played in three games in 2018-19 before missing the remainder of the season due to injury.
Long Beach State University offered Trever a full division 1 college basketball scholarship, and as an incoming sophomore for the 2019-2020 season, Coach Dan Monson expects big things from his 7’0 sophomore center.
Long Beach State has one of the strongest NCAA Division 1 college basketball schedules, playing against power house schools like, UCLA, Arizona, Providence, Florida, etc.
Trever will be majoring in Consumer Affairs at the University.
We at the YES! Family wish Trever a stellar academic and athletic career at Long Beach State University.