The familiar knock against smaller players is `who are they going to be able to guard when giving up four or five inches?’ But conversely, which is a counterpoint rarely expressed, `who is going to stay in front of a jet quick shorter opponent who can also sky?’

Darrion Trammell

5-foot-9 Darrion Trammell has displayed his 40-inch vertical and zig zag maneuvers with the ball on many occasion for St. Ignatius Coach Rob Marcaletti who calls his point “a freak athlete. Darrion is not only a superior athlete but he has truly developed into one of our vocal leaders on our team. He has an uncanny ability to create for himself and teammates while orchestrating our offense and getting us into our stuff. I’m looking forward to watching his senior season play out.” The 2018 prospect and three-year varsity starter provided a matching assessment of his top skills with “I would say my quickness with the ball, my ability to change directions and my explosiveness for my size.”

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