WKU adds Trevelin Queen to 2018 class with letter of intent

Jeremy Chisenhall

The Hilltoppers have added a second signee for 2018 on the first day of the fall signing period, as 2018 guard Trevelin Queen has signed his letter of intent.

Queen stands 6-6 and is a junior college transfer from the New Mexico Military Institute. He previously played at Marin College, averaging 21 points and eight rebounds per game. He’s averaging just under 30 PPG in four games for NMMI so far this year.

“We think Trevelin is a young man that has a high ceiling and brings a lot of ability to score the basketball in multiple ways,” WKU head coach Rick Stansbury said in a press release. “We’re excited to have him join our family. He hasn’t had a lot of experience in his past, and that’s why his best days lie ahead of him.”

Queen shot over 54 percent from the field with Marin College. He’ll have two years of eligibility left when he gets to WKU.

Queen is the second player to sign a letter of intent to WKU for the 2018 season, as he and guard Jeremiah Gambrell both signed on the first day of the fall signing period.