Trey Blue
Trey Blue


Chicago, Ill.

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6-3 / 200




Redbirds Continue NIT Run at Stanford

Illinois State is also coming off its best three-point shooting game in school history when posting at least 10 makes.


Illinois State Opens NIT at Ole Miss Wednesday

Redbirds enter game with a 5-0 all-time mark against the SEC


It's Championship Sunday

Illinois State faces No. 25 Creighton with NCAA Tournament Bid on the Line


Illinois State Faces Wichita State in Semis

Redbirds look to advance to championship game for third time in Jankovich's five seasons


Threloff, Blue to Miss Arch Madness

The Redbirds open the Valley slate Thursday night


WJBC Redbird Recap ISU vs. Southern Illinois

WJBC Redbird Recap ISU vs. Southern Illinois


ISU vs. Indiana St. Highlights


ISU vs. Drake Highlights

ISU vs. Drake Highlights


ISU vs. SIU Highlights

ISU vs. SIU Highlights


Illinois State vs. Creigthon Highlights - 12.29.10


Men's Basketball vs. Arkansas - Little Rock

Men's Basketball vs. Arkansas - Little Rock


Illinois State Men's Basketball vs. Bethune-Cookman

ISU vs. B-CU, November 27, 2011


Men's Basketball vs. SIUE

Men's Basketball vs. SIUE


ISU vs. Drake

ISU vs. Drake


Illinois State vs. UNI 1/12/11

Illinois State vs. UNI 1/12/11

2010-11 (Illinois State): Played in 29 games with one starting assignment • Scored in double-figures six times, including a season-best 14 points twice • Tossed in 14 points in the season-opener against SIU Edwardsville (Nov. 14) and scored another 14 tallies at Arkansas-Little Rock (Nov. 21) • Earned his first ISU career start against Montana State (Dec. 4) • Dished out a career-best five assists against South Dakota (Nov. 26) • Made at least one three-pointer in 13 games.

2009-10 (Illinois State): Sat out the 2009-10 season to meet NCAA residency rules.

2008-09 (Fordham): Appeared in 19 games at guard and started three • Took a leave of absence from the team Feb. 12th following the death of a personal friend • Ranked fifth on the team with 8.2 points per game • Third on the team with 32 three-pointers made • Also had 25 assists and 14 steals • Scored in double figures seven times • Began his collegiate career with 24 points against Columbia (Nov. 14), setting a Fordham record for most points scored by a freshman in his debut • Thanks to his performance against Columbia, he was named the Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week (Nov. 16) • Tossed in 11 points at Villanova (Nov. 17) • Finished with 12 points, including the game-tying three-pointer and game-winning layup at St. Bonaventure (Jan. 28) • Grabbed a season-best five rebounds against James Madison (Nov. 30) • Matched that with five boards and added six points in win over Lafayette (Dec. 8) • Coached by Dereck Whittenburg.

2007-08 (Brewster Academy): Led the Bobcats to the 2008 New England Prep School Athletic Conference (NEPSAC) Class A Championship • Averaged 13.5 points and 4.0 rebounds per game as Brewster went 31-4 on the season, 16-0 in the conference, setting a school record for most wins in a season • Scored a team-high 20 points, including four three-pointers, in Brewster's 69-65 overtime win over Winchendon Prep in the NEPSAC Championship game • Netted 25 points in Brewster's 95-74 semifinal win over South Kent, connecting on five three-pointers • Appeared in the Rose Hill Gym with the Bobcats in the 2008 National Prep School Championship Tournament, where Brewster advanced to the semifinals of the tournament • Coached by Jason Smith.

Thornwood HS: A two-time all-state and all-area selection • Averaged 12.3 points, 5.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists as a senior and was a 2007 McDonald's All-American nominee for the state of Illinois • Earned IBCA Third Team All-State honors as well as Chicago Sun Times All-Area accolades • Selected to play in the Windy City All-Star Game and the McLegends All-Star game as well as the 33rd Annual City vs. Suburban All-Star game • A two-time SICA East All-Conference pick, a two-time State Farm Holiday Classic All-Tournament selection and a two-time Lincoln-Way East Tournament Most Valuable Player choice • Served as a team captain • Averaged a team-best 17.1 points per game, hitting 74-of-169 three-point attempts, along with 6.1 rebounds and 4.1 assists per contest as a junior, leading the team to a 24-6 record and a third place finish at the 2006 Illinois AA state championship tournament • Received IBCA All-State honors as a junior • Carried a 4.0 grade-point average • Member of the National Honor Society • Coached by Bob Curran • Prior to attending Thornwood, he went to Julian High School for one year.

Personal: Birthdate: May 19, 1989 • Birthplace: Chicago, Ill. • Parents: Horace and Billye Blue • One of three children • Major: recreation and park administration.

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