Welcome to the Pack, Trey Porter

Welcome to the Pack, Trey Porter

Nevada has landed a commitment from graduate transfer power forward Trey Porter from Woodbridge, Virginia. Porter is listed at 6’10, 230lbs, and comes to Nevada after leading Old Dominion to a 25-7 record with an appearance in the Conference USA Semifinals.

At Old Dominion, Porter averaged 13.2 points, 6.2 rebounds, 1.3 blocks, while shooting 59% from the floor. On the year, Porter tallied 4 double-doubles while also finishing with 14 other games of 6+ rebounds.

Coach Musselman on the commitment, "We are so excited about Trey Porter joining our Nevada Family. Trey is an incredible athlete, has tremendous length, and has huge upside. He is a great rebounder who can score the ball in the post and face up. He has phenomenal speed for his size and will really fit in our uptempo style on both ends of the floor."

Porter finished the year 3rd on ODU’s team in scoring, 2nd in rebounding, 2nd in blocks, and led the team in FG%. Additionally, Porter led the team in total free throw attempts, shooting a total 191 free throws, 74 more than the next player.

According to KenPom.com, Porter ranked 15th in Fouls Drawn Per 40 Minutes. Additionally, according to Sports-Reference.com, Porter ranked 2nd in C-USA in Win Shares Per 40 Minutes.

“I am very excited about the opportunity to play at a program like Nevada. As soon as I stepped on campus, I could tell how invested the coaching staff, program, and university were to my success and how I would fit in with the team. I am ready to get back to Reno and get to work on next season.”, Trey Porter said of his commitment to the Pack.

In the C-USA, Porter finished 19th in scoring at 14.1 ppg, 12th in rebounding at 7.2 rpg, 26th in free throw percentage at 65%, and 15th in blocks at .8 per game.

Following the 2016-17 season, Porter received the team’s Cal Bowdler Most Improved Player Award and was also named to C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll.