Zeigler will be in the Panthers' backcourt this fall (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
Just a quick hitter here, but Fox News calls Trey Zeigler one of the best shooting guards in the nation in a look at players this upcoming season.
TREY ZEIGLER - Two years of impressive numbers on a losing team in the Mid- American Conference made Zeigler a highly coveted recruit as a transfer for every school in the NCAA. Zeigler decided to depart Central Michigan after his father and head coach, Ernie, was fired following a poor season. Zeigler decided to attend Pittsburgh and was granted immediate eligibility by the NCAA. The newest Panther became the first sophomore in CMU history to eclipse the 1,000 point mark. The 6-5 guard has great court awareness and a natural knack for being in the right place at the right time. His decorated high school career earned him offers from top programs such as Michigan State, Duke, and UCLA but his decision to play for his father kept him out of the spotlight the past two seasons. Zeigler and incoming freshman center Steven Adams will have the Oakland Zoo excited for the team's farewell tour of the Big East.