Tre Jones Bio: Age, Childhood, College Career & Net Worth

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He is the ACC player of the year (2020), ACC defensive player of the year (2020), and much more relevant. He is one of the young, energetic players who is a delight to watch.

Today, we are briefing the bio of none other than” Tre Isiah Jones.” He is an American basketball player who plays for the Duke Blue Devils.

How did he start and when? How is his life like?  We shall get to know this all.

Tre Jones
FILE – In this March 7, 2020, file photo, Duke guard Tre Jones (3) reacts during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against North Carolina in Durham, N.C. Jones said Saturday, March 21, 2020, that he will enter the NBA draft. The point guard was chosen for named to the third team of The Associated Press All-America team on Friday. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome, File)

But, before that, let’s have a sneak peek into the quick facts about Tre Jones.

Quick Facts- Tre Jones

Full Name Tre Isiah Jones
Birth Date January 8, 2000
Birth Place Apple Valley, Minnesota
Nick Name Stones
Religion Not Known
Nationality American
Ethnicity Black
High School Apple Valley
College Duke
Horoscope Capricon
Father’sName Rob Jones
Mother’sName Debbie Jones
Siblings Tyus Jones and Jadee Jones
Age 23 Years Old
Height 6 ft. 3 in (1.91m)
Weight 185 lb (84 kg)
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Light Brown
Body Measurement Chest size(44 in), Biceps size(15 in), Waist size (33 in)
Shoe Size 12.5 (US), 46.5 (EU), 12 (UK & AUS)
Girlfriend Not known
Coach Mike Krzyzewski
Position Point guard
Profession Basketball player
Net Worth Under Review
Salary Under Review
Team Duke Blue Devils
Awards ACC Player of the Year (2020), McDonald’s All-American (2018)
Active Since 2015
Social Media Instagram, Twitter
Merch Duke hoodies, Duke Long T-shirt
Last Update July, 2024


Tre Jones | Early Life

On January 8, 2020, Tre Jones was born to his parents Rob Jones and Debbie Jones, in Apple Valley, Minnesota. He has two older brothers and a half-brother.

He belongs to a family where everyone aspires to be a basketballer. Everyone is a sports athlete. His mother has been a big influence on his life, as her mother herself was a coach professionally and personally, too, in Tre’s case.

most widely known for developing the flutter kick, which largely replaced the scissors kick

Tre certainly claims, “Ever since I was a young kid, there have been so many dreams for me with basketball, and she’s done everything she can to put me in the right positions to succeed.”

As per reports, while singing for the National Letter of Intent to Duke in August 2017, he said he had plans to study kinesiology when he was in Durham, North Carolina.

Apart from it, Tre also features a leg tattoo that is his name. Also, he has a skull in it. 


Not much has been revealed and discussed with their parents on the internet, but Tre’s father was a professional basketball player. And his two older brothers, namely Tyus and Jadee.

Tyus was a former NCAA Champion in 2015 for Duke and is a professional basketball player for the Memphis Grizzlies of the National Basketball Association.

Jadee also used to play college basketball for Furman Paladin’s Men’s Basketball Team and now is a basketball coach at Apple Valley High School. He is also a personal trainer in the gym when it comes to guiding Tre.

The Jones
The Jones

Additionally, Tre’s plan to study kinesiology was influenced by Jadee, his oldest brother.  He stated- “My oldest brother works us out and knows a lot about the body because he studied kinesiology in college. That stuff really interests me, Atoo.”

Tre has a half-brother, namely Reggie Brunch, who plays at Robert Morris University.

He was the grandson of Dennis Deutsch, a member of the United States Armed Forces.

Tre Jones | High School Career

Jones attended Apple Valley High School and played basketball for the Varsity team in Apple Valley, Minnesota.

He initially started playing in eighth grade and became a starter for the next season, ninth grade. He led his team to Minnesota 4A state titles two times in 2015 and 2017.

Tre won the Gatorade Player of the Year award in Minnesota in 2016-17. His brother Tyus was also the winner of the same award in 2014.

Tre Jones On  the Court

Tre managed to average 23.5 points, 10.4 rebounds, and 7.5 assists in the 2016–17 season. He also received McDonald’s All-American and Minnesota Mr. Basketball awards after his senior season.

Tre was ranked No. 6 overall and the No. 1 rated point guard in 2018 by the 24/7 Composite list, and ranked him as the No. 10 overall prospect and No. 1 point guard in the class of 2018.

Similarly, ranked him as the No. 7 overall prospect and the No. 3 guard in the class of 2018.

This was all after he chose to be the Duke player over UCLA, USC, Ohio State, Minnesota, and Oregon University.

Tre Jones | College Career

Freshman year (2018-2019)

Jones started his college career with Duke on November 6, 2018. He led his team to take over Kentucky at the Champions Classic, averaging 6 points, 4 rebounds, and 7 assists in a  118–84 win.

Jones again held his team to a 69–58 triumph over Texas Tech, chipping 13 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists, and 6 steals.

Unluckily, Jones was troubled with a shoulder injury on January 14, 2019, when he was put on a clash with Frank Howard of Syracuse. His situation got miserable, and he had to miss two games in the season.

Jones made a comeback on January 26, when he was placed against  Georgia Tech. Overall, he scored  9.4 points for the freshman season, 5.3 assists, and 3.8 rebounds per game in 36 games for the Duke Blue Devils.

Sophomore year (2019-2020)

The Dukes declared Jones’s return for the 2019-20 season on April 8, 2019. He averaged 15 points in his first match of the sophomore season, a 68-66 win over Kansas.

He proved himself again by notching 31 points in a 74-63 victory over Georgia State, which was also a highlighted part of his career. This was on November 15.

Jones achieved 19 points on 9-of-13 shooting and grabbed six assists against Notre Dame (2/15).

Not only that, he recorded 24 points at Wake Forest (2/25), shooting 7-of-18 from the floor and 9-of-10 from the foul line and grabbing nine assists and seven boards in 47 minutes.

Jones led his team to win at Boston College (2/4) and North Carolina (2/8). He was honored with ACC Co-Player of the Week after leading Duke to win over at No. 11 Michigan State (12/3) and Virginia Tech (12/6), scoring 17.5 points and 8.0 assists.

Jones made a powerful presence when he scored 31 points against Georgia State. And, he scored more than 30 points in Duke history.

Luck did not favor him again, and Jones had to miss out on the games against Wofford and Brown. This was due to his not-so-severe foot injury in late December.

On average, Jones scored 16.2 points, 6.4 assists, 4.2 rebounds, and 1.8 steals per game as a sophomore. As a consequence of his laudable playing style, he was named ACC Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year.

Jones was titled second-team All-American by USA Today. Similarly, he was named third-team All-American by the Associated Press, Sports Illustrated, and CBS Sports.

Moreover, it came out as no surprise when he got voted to the USBWA District III All-District Team. He stood a finalist for the Naismith Defensive Player of the Year.

National Team Career

He played at the  2015 FIBA Americas Under-16 Championship in Argentina for the United States, coming to his national team career. 

And led his team to win the gold medal recording 19 steals in the competition. He was the second player to break the record of American under-16 after Malik Newman in 2013.

His plan on NBA Draft 2020

It’s not even a year that Jones had declared for NBA Draft 2020. As per sources, he has not been selected yet, but there are high chances for him to be hired after Duke’s powerpack performance.

According to USA Today Sports, Jonas has spoken to the teams that would highly choose him, like the Milwaukee Bucks and Oklahoma City Thunder. He has also been working out with his brother Tyus.

There are predictions that he will be a mid-to-late first-round pick.

Tre Jones | Personal Life

Who is his Girlfriend?

Yes, it is pretty obvious for Tre’s fans to have curiosity and raise questions on his private affairs as he is such a charming soul with a handsome personality.

As per reports, Tre is married to his lovely wife, Carrie Yeakey. The duo has been together for a while now. In fact, the duo has a lovely family and also shares a baby daughter, named Zara. 

Instagram post of Jones
Instagram post of Jones

Initially, Jones made it clear that he is not single through his Instagram post. Well, Carrie completed her high school at Chanhassen High School and earned her BS in advertising at Michigan State University.

Additionally, she had also interned at IdentiSys in Eden Prairie. Currently, she is reported to work in real estate for Coldwell Banker Burnet in Minnesota.

As per the sources, she had previously worked as an office administrator for Red Bull and property manager for the Phenix Salon Suites franchising. 

Questions about his brother – Tyus Jones

No doubt, the Jones brothers have always set a standard for ranking in their university. They both are exemplary when it comes to scoring, rebounds, and assists. But it is natural for the world to make comparisons on their performance.

Just a fact check for the readers, Tyus Jones is a  three-time USA Basketball gold medalist, 2014 Nike Hoop Summit alum. He serves as a point guard for his club Minnesota Timberwolves.

With his brother Tyus
With his brother Tyus

“Tyus Jones,” this name along with Tre Jones whenever Tre runs for a competition. As Tre is the younger one, he is always followed up by asking, ” How does your game compare to your brother’s?”

Jones answered, “I just admire him for the person he is,” Jones stated. “He’s really humble. He thinks about others before himself. He’s just a perfect guy and an extremely hard worker.

That’s what has gotten him to everything he’s achieved in life. Those things are what stood out to me and are what made me want to be like him.”

His mother – Debbie, has breast cancer.

Jones is a very cheerful, optimistic, and strong guy. He does not like to share his private affairs much, but this time, it was about his mother.

With his mother

Through an Instagram post, he shared that his mother, Debbie, was diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer. And, it’s like a personal challenge to see his mother, whom he calls his “rock,” battling cancer.

Tre Jones | Net Worth

Tre has not been drafted yet, but yes, there are projections made on his salary and net worth.  As of now, the young player does not have his professional earnings.

If Jones is hired in the first round of the draft and is the 26th pick, his estimated salary would be $1,696,500 for 2020-21, $1,781,200 for 2021-22, $1,866,000 for 2022-23, as per online sources.

The information regarding his net worth is still under review.

Tre Jones – Social Media Presence

There is nothing to worry about if Jones’s fans are sad about not getting a hold of his personal and professional life.

Because we all know at our ends that he is a young player who has just begun with his career and not much information is available about him on the infobahn.

So, if you haven’t followed him yet, feel free to give him a follow on his social media profiles.

Twitter- @TreJones and has 19.5k followers.

Instagram- @trejones03 and has 345k followers.

You may also be interested in reading the article of professional NBA players Kevin Love, Alize Johnson, and Devon Hall.

Tre Jones – FAQs

What are Tre Jones’ college stats and San Antonio Spurs’ stats like?

As a college player, Tre Jones depicts an average of 12.4 points, 4 rebounds, and 5.8 assists. Likewise, with the San Antonio Spurs, he features an average of 2.5 points, 0.6 rebounds, and 1.1 assists. 

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