- Name: Trey Galloway
- Position: Guard
- Recruiting Class: 2020
- Birthday: November 28
- High School: The Culver Academies
- AAU Team: Indiana Elite
- Height: 6’4″ (193 cm)
- Weight: 200 lbs (90 kg)
- Jersey Number: TBD
- Education: TBD
Trey Galloway Recruiting Profile
- ⭐⭐⭐ 3-Star Shooting Guard
- Teams: Culver Academies (Culver, IN), Indiana Elite (AAU)
- Composite Rating: 0.9293
- Composite Ranking: 138th Overall, 35th Shooting Guard, 5th in Indiana
- Committed: July 26, 2019
Trey Galloway Seasons with the Hoosiers
12-15 (7-12 Big Ten)
0-0 (0-0 Big Ten)
Trey Galloway High School Career
Galloway played basketball at Culver Academies under his father Mark, who played collegially at Bethel University (IN). Galloway was an instant contributor as a freshman, averaging 10.2 points per game in his first high school season. As a sophomore, Galloway was part of a Culver Academies squad that won the Class 3A state championship. Galloway continued to gain steam in recruiting circles as Culver continued to win. During his junior season, Culver again made an appearance in the state finals. Over the course of his career, Galloway’s stats continued to improve. As a senior, he averaged 20.9 points, 5.5 rebounds, and 5.2 assists per game.
Galloway was also a member of the AAU team Indiana Elite, where he played alongside future Indiana Hoosiers Khristian Lander and Anthony Leal.
After a prominent high school career, Galloway was ranked the 6th best player in Indiana and the 25th best shooting guard in the nation by 247Sports Composite rankings. He had offers from several programs, including: Michigan State, Purdue, Butler, Notre Dame, Iowa, and Nebraska. Ultimately, Galloway committed to Indiana on July 26, 2019. Galloway was Indiana’s first commit of the 2020 class.
Galloway’s father noted that during the recruiting process Archie Miller emphasized that Galloway had the “competitive grit” and unselfishness that fit with the Indiana program’s culture.
He held offers from Midwest Division 1 programs including Indiana, Butler, Iowa, Michigan State, Nebraska, Notre Dame and Purdue. He ultimately decided to commit to Indiana on July 26, 2019 and became the first commitment for their class of 2020. Shortly after his commitment, fellow AAU teammate Anthony Leal committed to the Hoosiers as well.