Each and every time Phenom Hoops gets to report or sees a commitment from a player we have seen over the years, it is always a fantastic day.  It is great to see players achieve their goal to play at the next level and it is such a great accomplishment for that player.

Here is the latest commitment.

Player: Tre McKinnon
Class: 2025
Committed to: Appalachian State

What Has Been Said:

“At 6-foot-5, McKinnon is a long, rangy wing prospect with athleticism and shot-making ability. He’s an active rebounder and fairly versatile defender, understanding how to outwork opponents and position himself for success. McKinnon can effectively create his own shot or find opportunities without requiring the ball in his hands. He’s arguably at his best in transition, but is more than comfortable at attacking closeouts and setting up others or applying pressure at the rim. There’s a lot to like with his game and overall trajectory, so it’ll be interesting to see what programs choose to get involved going forward.”

“McKinnon continues to flourish and grow in confidence with his game, as he shines as a player who can knock down shots from outside, mid-range, and can create to display his explosiveness at the rim.”

“He’s an incredibly long, rangy wing prospect with powerful athleticism and a lethal shooting stroke from the perimeter. McKinnon is a useful creator, both for himself and others, but arguably finds most of his opportunities within the flow of the action. He hits jumpers at a high percentage but can also attack closeouts and finish around the basket. McKinnon is a willing passer and hustle player. He defends multiple positions and rebounds well on both ends.”

“McKinnon is a player that we have talked about on several occasions, but one can’t deny his improvement in his shot-making ability and stretching the floor, something you can see he has worked on and continues to be more confident. Time after time, he was getting out to his spots and knocking down shots from multiple levels. He continues to add that more to his game, more and more schools will be noticing.”

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