Since growing up in Queens, New York, Trevon has established himself in Wisconsin, a place where basketball made him a household name. Hughes, a highly touted preps recruit from St. John's Northwestern Military Academy (Delafield, Wiscsonsin) attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and currently plays professional Basketball throughout Europe.
As a highschool standout in both football and basketball, Trevon Hughes drew interest from D1 programs across the nation offering full athletic scholarships to play basketball. Hughes decided to accept an offer from head coach Bo Ryan at the Univeristy of Wisconsin. After his commitment to play in Madison, Hughes, a senior, led his highschool team at SJNMA to their first ever WIAA state tournament. Averaging 22.2 points, 5.9 rebounds, 5.7 assists, and 4.8 steals a game as a senior, Trevon was named First Team All-State selection by the Associated Press. Throughout his preps career, Trevon was named the Midwest Classic Conference Player of Year all four seasons.
In the fall of 2006 Trevon started his NCAA career as a Wisconsin Badger. As a true freshman Hughes was able to gain experience playing along side Wisconsin's all time leading scorer, Alando Tucker.
His sophomore season('07-'08), Trevon earned his position as the starting point guard averaging 11.2 points and 2.5 assists. He posted a career high 25 points against Kansas State in the NCAA tournament to help the Badgers advance to the Sweet 16. Trevon led the Badgers with 62 steals, ranking 4th in the Big Ten Conference.
As a junior ('08-'09) Hughes hit two game winning shots to beat Virginia Tech in overtime, and knock out Florida State in the first round of the NCAA tournament. His shot against Florida State won him Pontiac's Game Changing Performance. Trevon averaged 12.1 points per game, and again ranked 4th in the Big Ten leading the Badgers with 49 steals.
In Hughes' final season as a badger ('09-'10), the Senior Captain was one of 11 finalists for the Bob Cousy award which is given to the nation's top point guard. Trevon averaged 15.3 ppg, 2.6 assists, and 4.5 rebounds per game his senior season. Hughes scored a career high 27 points vs. the Univeristy of Wisconsin-Green Bay, but his most notable game was his 26 point show case defeating Duke in the Big Ten/ACC challenge, naming him the Big Ten Player of the Week. Hughes was featured on the Big Ten Network's show The Journey.
Trevon became the 3rd player in UW history with at least 1300 points, 300 rebounds, and 250 assists. Trevon is ranked 3rd in career steals with 177, and the 34th member of the 1,000 point club.
After Trevon's final collegiate game under Coach Ryan, he was invited to the Reese's All-Star Game, Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, as well as numerous NBA pre-draft workouts. At Portsmouth, Hughes led his team to win the championship, scoring 21 points in the final game. Going undrafted in the 2010 draft, Trevon was invited by the Houston Rockets to play in the NBA summer league held in Las Vegas. Following the summer league, Hughes headed across waters to pursue his career overseas.
Trevon has played all over Europe, namely Latvia, Lithuania, Germany, and France; he also spent a short part of one season in Turkey. Throughout his professional career he's posted to the leaderboards in many different categories, but most often Trevon will be leading his leagues in steals. As a rookie, Hughes helped his team win the Latvian League title. Trevon was a 2x All-Star in Lithuania, Import Player of the Year, as well as MVP of the Lithuanian Cup. After spending a year and half in Germany, Trevon made the move to Turkey, where he helped his team to the Semi-finals series. Trevon is currently playing his first season in France.