Oct 2, 2013, 11:29 AM EST
San Diego State added a second commitment in the Class of 2014 on Tuesday night, as Trey Kell, one of the best scoring guards on the west coast, committed to Steve Fisher and the Aztecs.
The decision wasn’t much of a surprise. Kell’s decision reportedly came down to SDSU and Vanderbilt, and the Commodores have already added a number of perimeter players in their 2014 recruiting class.
“It’s a dream of mine to play Division I college basketball,” Kell told the San Diego Union-Tribune, “and to play it in my hometown at such a high-caliber program around family and friends is really a dream come true.”
Kell isn’t an overpowering athlete at the off-guard spot, but he’s got size and he understands how to score. He has range well beyond the three point line and he understands had to use change of pace to beat defenders off the dribble. He will score a lot of points in the Mountain West.
Kell is the No. 118 player in the class, according to Rivals. He’ll join Kevin Zabo in the Aztecs’ 2014 class.
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