Allonzo Trier will need to prove that he can contribute in multiple phases of the game. What he’s unequivocally established during his three-year career with the Arizona Wildcats, however, is that he can put the ball in the basket—no matter who’s on him.
Only on-court exposure will tell how that translates to the NBA, but Trier is one of the craftiest and most sneakily explosive scorers in the class of 2018.
Trier was named first-team All-Pac-12 in 2018 and second-team All-Pac-12 in 2017. He earned those honors by establishing himself as the go-to scoring option for an Arizona team that won 59 games over the past two seasons.
Trier finished his college career with averages of 16.8 points per game and 21.3 points per 40 minutes on a slash line of .479/.380/.865.
In 2017-18, Trier averaged 18.1 points per game and 21.3 points per 40 minutes on 62.0 percent shooting on two-point field goals. He also buried 114 three-point field goals on 38.0 percent shooting, which displays how balanced his skill set truly is.
Whether he’s finishing above the rim with his 40″ vertical, playing under it with his creative finishing ability, or spacing the floor, Trier can do it all.