With the 2022 AAU Season in the rear view, Team Trae Young family members are looking ahead, and the summer concluded with preparations for the upcoming school year combined with some college visits and big announcements.

Keeley Parks, one of the stars of the Team Trae Young Girls program, was recently named as a First Team selection among 3SSB players at 17U, despite being just 15 years old.

Additionally, Keeley was invited to the ultra-exclusive Wooten Top 100 camp in October in Texas.

Keeley also recently received offers from Texas A&M and Boston College.

Class of 2024 big man Doryan Onwuchekwa, expected to be a big piece, literally and figuratively, of next yearโ€™s 17U team, also picked up an invite to the Wooten Camp.

Additionally, Doryan locked in an unofficial visit to LSU for this coming fall.

He also received an offer in August from Mississippi State.

The Class of 2024 was popular offer-wise in August. Jack Robinson, received an official offer from Central Oklahoma.

Isaac Williams (2024) picked up offers from Louisiana Tech, Tulsa and Mississippi State.

Dillon Battie also received an offer from Louisiana Tech.

Dink Pate (2024) hauled in several offers, from Indiana, Georgetown and UCF

Carlsheon Young (2025) got an offer from TCU.

Meanwhile, Bryson McGlothin (2024) turned some heads at the TCU Elite Camp.

Sebastian Perry fielded offers from Nebraska Omaha and HBCU Langston University

Jadyn Toppin added an offer from Sam Houston State

As he attempts to narrow his list of suitors from 10, Class of 2023 forward Kaden Cooper has set up three official visits for September.

As the summer gives way to the fall, weโ€™re excited to follow the TTY family through more exciting moments in their lives!