At the end of his sophomore season, Seth Trimble has quickly developed into one of the top players in the 2022 class in all of Wisconsin. The dynamic 6’1” point guard at Menomonee Falls High School has started to attract the interest of college coaches around the area. 

Wisconsin-Milwaukee and head coach Pat Baldwin offered Trimble a scholarship back in November and is currently his lone offer. However, some other very prominent programs have started to show some interest in him including Iowa, Marquette, and Wisconsin. 

As just a sophomore Trimble put up a highly impressive 19.5 points and 4 assists per game on a Menomonee Falls team that went 10-14 on the season. Their season finished a few days ago with a loss to Arrowhead High School in the regional final of the Wisconsin state tournament. 

While there may not have been a great deal of team success, the skills of Trimble have rapidly grown. He is one of the best players around at attacking the best. The athletic guard has great quickness, explosive acceleration, and shifty moves that make him incredibly tough to stay in front of. He handles the basketball tremendously well and finishes strong at the basket to make him that much more dangerous with the basketball. 

“One person I’ve modeled my game after is definitely Damian Lillard,” Trimble stated when talking about his game. While there is much to like about his game, one aspect he would to improve upon is “getting very consistent with the three,” he mentioned. It will be interesting to see what colleges get in on Trimble’s recruitment in the coming months as he plays with Phenom University on the EYBL.