It was a big season on the GNBA for Trey Resch which ended in a phenomenal performance to end the season at the GNBA Championships earlier this month. Over the course of the last couple of years, the skill level of the 2027 guard has continued to take great strides with his great scoring ability and overall play. As the 2027 class moves into high school, Resch is one to track in Wisconsin. 

Resch was a big reason on why his Chapman Basketball Association team was able to capture the 14U title at the GNBA Championships recently. Playing alongside Mike Rogers, Tref Rademaker, and Jack Kohnen, they formed one of the most, if not most, talented teams on the entire GNBA. During the GNBA Championships, the 6’1” guard had multiple big games. In one of the most competitive games of the tournament, Resch went off for 26 points while hitting five threes to get CBA into the semifinals. Then in the title game he had a key 14 points to secure the championship victory. When speaking about his season with CBA, Resch said “It was a great season. I have great teammates I can count on and that I have been playing with for many years which is always fun.”

“Outwork people and wear them down,” Resch first said to describe his own game. “I am a point guard that wants to win and will do whatever it takes. I am a shooter, but I take a lot of pride in my defense.” Even while a couple months shy of high school, he already has a very high skill level with a high IQ as well. He is a standout first with his shooting ability but is also a smart playmaker with the ball running the point. 

Resch will be attending Arrowhead for his high school career. When talking about improving his game now moving up to the high school level, Resch said “I always say to myself you can improve on everything. I have started summer league with Arrowhead and look to my new coaches and teammates for ways to improve.” One specific aspect he is looking upon improving is being a leader as it is an important aspect of his game to him.