The Enid Outlaws (, members of The Basketball League (, have announced the signing Lindy (Trey) Waters III for the upcoming 2021 TBL season. Waters is a 6’6”/215 lb. guard from Norman, Oklahoma.

A graduate of Norman North HS, Waters chose to play for the Oklahoma State Cowboys over offers from Butler, Cincinnati, Clemson, Harvard, Houston, Iowa State, and Oklahoma among others.

Trey started 104 games in his OSU career, which ties for tenth most in school history. He finished his career with 1,152 career points, which ranks 31st in school history. A deadly shooter, Waters made 177 three pointers (39%). He was just the 11th OSU player to reach 1,000-points, 250-assists (254) and 100-steals (122).

Ed Corporal, Head Coach of the Enid Outlaws stated, “we are very excited to have Lindy join us. He is going to be a great addition to the Outlaws and will help us on our quest to win a championship.”

Upon signing, Waters said, “First off, thank you to the Enid Outlaws for giving me an opportunity to play basketball. This past year has been tough for all of us, but its time things went back to normal. I’m excited for the City of Enid and its people.”

Waters, who celebrates his Kiowa and Cherokee heritage, was named “Indian of the Year” at the 2018 American Indian Exposition. The American Indian Exposition is one of the largest and oldest intertribal gathering in the United States. Previous award winners include Willie Nelson, Roy Rogers, and Crystal Gayle.

The Enid Outlaws will play their twelve-game home schedule in The Stride Bank Center ( Their first home TBL game will be Sunday, April 18th vs. Lewisville Leopards.