The trio will join the three-time defending Northeast Conference champions for the 2014-15 season.
“We are very excited about the additions of Elvar, Trevin and Trevon,” Perri said. “All three are potential impact-type players who can step in and help us immediately next season.”
Fridriksson is a 5-11 point guard who will help fill the void left by the graduation of senior All-America candidate Jason Brickman in 2014. One of the top amateur guards in his native Iceland, Fridriksson was selected Youth Player of the Year and named a First-Team All-Star in the Dominos League last season.
A versatile player who is regarded as one of the top players in Texas, Trevin Woods is the 15th-ranked senior in the Lone Star State by Rivals.com. As a junior at Fort Bend Austin High School, the 6-6 forward/guard averaged 11.7 points, 6.6 rebounds and 1.7 steals per game.
Trevin’s twin brother Trevon also stands as one of the top prep student-athletes in Texas, coming in at No. 12 in the Houston area according to RCS Sports. Last season, the 6-6 swingman scored 9.1 points, pulled down 5.6 rebounds and dished out 2.3 assists per game.