June 26, 2012 - As was reported yesterday, Roddy Peters took part in a morning, DC Assault training session. He and other players were run through their paces by 17-under DCA head coach, Eddie Jordan, a man used to working with quality players, given his National Basketball Association assistant and head coach experience.
But Peters, a 6'3"- plus, Class of 2013 guard was not the only player there getting Hoya recruiting love - also participating was Romello 'Melo' Trimble. A 6'2", Class of 2014 backcourt guy, Trimble is known for his shooting prowess, whether from long distance or midrange. Increasingly he's more competent patting the rock in open court situations, illustrating trending a true combo guard utilization in college.
In the above-linked i95Ballerz.com article, Trimble's current college listing was revealed. The same goes for a pair of soon-to-be Massanhutten Military School (VA) transfers, including Ahmad Fields and Rashard Kelly. Kelly used to attend Bishop O'Connell (VA), while Fields was a student at Blue Ridge (VA).
Joining them at Massanhutten will be Damonte Dodd, a Class of 2012 center previously committed to Maryland. Dodd is classified as a post-grad student who also plays for DC Assault.
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- Trimble's development focus
- How he developed his quick shooting release
- Why he has embraced the midrange game
- Thoughts on pickup with college players
- How he views G'Town's system
- His possible fit at Georgetown
Be sure to check back with HoyaReport.com for more on Trimble, Peters and other Hoya recruiting targets.