Pikeville High School junior point guard Trinity Rowe picked up offers from Wofford and Central Arkansas this week to add to her already impressive list this past week.
Rowe, the top point guard in the Mountains, currently has 15 offers, including 13 NCAA Division I offers. She has received offers from NAIA schools UPike and Cumberlands to go with Division I schools Murray State, Eastern Kentucky, Stetson, Xavier, East Tennessee State, Southern Mississippi, Cleveland State, Akron, Chattanooga, Radford, UNC Wilmington, Wofford and Central Arkansas.
Rowe has been a star for the Lady Panthers, acquiring quite a few accolades along the way. She was the youngest player to be named the MVP in the 15th Region as a 7th grader. And she has helped Pikeville when multiple 15th Region titles and Class A Regional championships.
“Trinity Rowe has become the best point guard in the Mountains,” said D&D Sports Network Co-Owner Darryl McCoy. “She is nearly impossible for defenders to stop due to her having a multitude of ways to score the with rock. Rowe has a flawless floater with an automatic foul line jumper. That combined with her three ball and scoop shot makes her a nightmare for opposing defenders. Scoring is an elite part of her game, but her bread is buttered with her improving defense, her handles, her court vision, along with her ability to penetrate and facilitate. There’s a reason why she has a laundry list of Division I offers. Trinity Rowe is the ultimate floor general that will produce early on the next level. I’m hearing her offer list may grow North of 20 by the start of her Senior year.”
This past season, Rowe led the Lady Panthers in scoring at 16.2 points per game. She shot 51.4% on 2-point field goals and an incredible 50.0% on 3-point field goals. Rowe also sunk 77.1% of her free throw attempts. She also contributed on the boards by pulling down 2.5 rebounds per game on the season.
Rowe will almost certainly receive more offers as she prepares to lead a talented Pikeville squad her senior season.