Zeigler Takes Part in Elite Skills Camp
Courtesy: Tim Fitzgerald/CMU Athletics
CHICAGO – Central Michigan University sophomore Trey Zeigler is one of just 18 collegiate basketball players to take part in the Kevin Durant Skills Academy held this week in Chicago.

Durant, an NBA All-Star from the Oklahoma City Thunder, is hosting 18 college wings who will be assisting in the instruction of 20 of the top high school players from around the country for a three-day training camp as part of the NIKE Skills Academies.

"Trey is very privileged to have the opportunity to take part in this camp," said head coach Ernie Zeigler. "Not only will he have a chance to instruct others, but through that he will also be learning alongside some of the top players in the country. This experience will just further his development as a player throughout the off-season."

Zeigler was the third-leading freshman scorer in the nation last year and was named to the Mid-Major Freshman All-America Team by collegeinsider.com.

Other college players selected for the camp are:
Harrison Barnes, North Carolina
Bradford Burgess, VCU
Chris Johnson, Dayton
Orlando Johnson, USCB
Darius Johnson-Odom, Marquette
Terrence Jones, Kentucky
Doron Lamb, Kentucky
Khris Middleton, Texas A&M
Darius Miller, Kentucky
Tony Mitchell, Alabama
Dominique Morrison, Oral Roberts
Darrion Pellum, Hampton
Austin Rivers, Duke
Terrence Ross, Washington
Jeffrey Taylor, Vanderbilt
Christian Watford, Indiana
Rodney Williams Jr., Minnesota
Trey Zeigler, Central Michigan
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