Introducing the Second drop of the Trey Alexander x Shop Good Signature Collection
As we dug into Trey’s motivations, it was clear that what drives him is his unwavering love for family and deeply-held, personal values. He’s all about putting family first while he stays on track to achieve his life goals – both on the court and in his community. This drop takes inspiration from Trey’s North Star.
I’m excited to be launching my first merchandise collection with Shop Good, which is based in my hometown of Oklahoma City. It’s important to me to support small businesses, especially those making a huge impact in my community. Together, we’ve built a special collection that draws inspiration from each stop of my journey so far from OKC to Omaha, also tying in my passions for anime and family. I can’t wait for everyone to see it come to life throughout the season.
Trey Alexander is a guard on the men’s basketball team at Creighton University. Entering his junior season, he was named a Preseason All-American by CBS Sports, earned Preseason First Team All-BIG EAST honors and is a candidate on the watch list for the prestigious 2024 Jerry West Award, recognizing the top shooting guards in college basketball.
Alexander helped lead Creighton to its second-ever Elite Eight appearance during his sophomore season while becoming an Honorable Mention All-BIG EAST selection. He finished his freshman year as the team’s starting point guard, helping the Bluejays to a NCAA tournament berth while being named to the BIG EAST’s All-Freshman Team. Alexander additionally earned BIG EAST All-Academic Team honors during his freshman and sophomore seasons.
Alexander was a decorated high school basketball player in his hometown of Oklahoma City, OK. He was the 2021 Oklahoma Gatorade Player of the Year and is the all-time leading scorer and rebounder at Heritage Hall High School, where he also won an Oklahoma 4A State Championship. Alexander is the son of Steve and Pamela Alexander and a proud big brother to Mikayla. The Alexander family, including Trey, his father, grandfather and two uncles, hold eight Oklahoma state titles in basketball.