Nov. 9, 2011
SAN DIEGO, Calif. University of San Diego men's basketball head coach Bill Grier and his staff announced the signing of Calvin "Trey" Guidry to a national letter of intent and scholarship agreement for the 2012-13 campaign. Guidry, a 6-6, 215 lb. senior forward from St. Pius X High School in Houston, Texas, will have four years of eligibility with the Toreros.
"With only one scholarship to give in this class our staff felt where we could improve our team the most was with a wing that had athleticism to play above the rim and the ability to attack the rim," said head coach Bill Grier. "With the signing of Trey we have met both of these criteria. He is an aggressive wing that runs the floor hard in transition, gets to the rim off the dribble and attacks the glass. He has a motor and plays with energy."
Playing for Coach Henry Sims at St. Pius X High School, this season through five games he is averaging 21.0 points per game and 9.5 rebounds. Last year as a junior he averaged 17.3 points and 7.7 rebounds for his squad that finished 17-15 overall for the 2010-11 campaign. He scored over 20 points in five different contests with a high of 31 points against Kelly Catholic on January 7th, 2011 in a 69-65 victory. In addition to competing for Coach Henry Sims, he also works with former NBA player John Lucas at his basketball academy.
Added Coach Grier, "In addition to his basketball abilities, Trey is a very good student and comes to USD from a terrific academic high school. A big factor in Trey's decision to attend USD was the quality of the education and the strength of our School of Business. Trey's father Calvin Sr. has been extremely successful in business and has instilled tremendous work ethic and discipline in his son. Trey will be an outstanding spokesperson for our program and the university."