Tre Jackson played sports since he was six years old. He grew up in Little Rock, AR, and St. Paul, MN, playing baseball and basketball. He played on varsity his freshman year in high school and broke the school’s assist and steal record and earned either an All-Conference or Honorable Mention each year. He played collegiately, but an injury sidelined him.
He received an invitation to a pro basketball combine in Kansas, which helped him to be signed to The Dodge City Legend which was a part of the USBL. But another injury forced him into Plan B.
He coached his daughter’s team for a couple of years and then started his own AAU team/program, formally known as MN ICE, which won a state championship and multiple tournaments in and out of state. In 2018, he became the head coach at Richfield High School, where in his second year they broke the school record for consecutive wins in a row for both boys and girls.
Tre says, “Through my coaching style, I love to integrate life lessons, and show how hard work, perseverance, and faith truly will guide you a long way!”