Jordan, going to need pics of the leaves and how they are arranged on the stem - that is how most people ID trees. Also a general location of the tree. Looks like it may actually be 2 trees that have grown together just from the pics you have.
I first though hackberry whenI saw the bark - more mature trees tend to have the roughness of the bark spread out more. Best way to tell for sure is to get a branch in your hand and take a photo. I realize that may not be possible. Based on what you have provided I would agree with hackberry. If it is hackberry it isn't all that special. They will produce a berry (similar to a mulberry) that the birds like, but is of little use to deer, timber quality is low as well. My place is covered in it. I am removing it where needed - likes similar habitat where you would find black walnut (at least in my area). Not a terrible tree, but not one I would plant intentionaly to improve habitat. If I have anything of decent value being crowded by a hackberry - the hackberry meets the chainsaw.
If it were in Mn. then I would think Silver Maple by the trunk pictures. But the reason Basswood, is because of the berries. Not sure if Silver Maple has berries. Aerial roots would indicate Silver Maple.
If it was a basswood the leaves would be more heart shaped and about the size of your hand. Basswood seeds are little round balls that grow in a cluster - about the size of pea gravel - once mature they are hard (we used to use them in our slingshots as kids once we got in trouble for using rocks). Basswood bark is pretty smooth as well (at least until the deer find it). Hackberry (at last those I have northern) berries are similar to that of mulberry (red or black in color) and fairly small. It isn't a maple (at least not one I have ever seen). Silver maple has rough bark, but the leaves are totally wrong. Maples (all maples that I am aware of) seeds are the little "helicopter" winged seeds and not berries.