Soph. Trey Robinson One To Watch
The season is over but that only means recruiting starts picking up for several college programs.
Looking at this past seasons stats, there is one sophomore prospect that could be catching the eyes of programs down the road.
Trey Robinson, a quarterback from Mountain Heritage High School in Burnsville, had a tremendous season for a Cougars team that went 11-3 on the season.
Robinson threw for 1,007 yards and 15 touchdowns, while also rushing the ball for over 2,200 yards and 30 touchdowns, having 10 games with 100+ rushing yards.
NCPreps caught up with Robinson, who is only a sophomore, about what has been going on with him, how his season went, and has he been hearing from any programs?
"I was pleased with the rushing part, But I really think my passing game could have been better," Robinson said when asked how his season went in his eyes. "Overall though, it was a great season and a great experience in the third round."
Right now though, even though putting up numbers like he did at such a young age, Robinson said that he hasn't really heard to much from college programs. However, that could change later on down the road, as he is being invited to the All-American Combine in Myrtle Beach this month.
Two programs though stand out, if he had his choice, early on and wouldn't mind hearing more about.
"I really like Wofford and NC State. I think I could bring leadership ability and tons of energy," he said.
"I have had a chance to walk around at Wofford and I really like the campus. They are both really great academic schools, which is a plus."
Robinson has high hopes on building on his tremendous sophomore campaign and this season, he has a few things he is hoping to focus on specifically.
"This offseason, I will mostly be focusing on my speed. I really want to be a college quarterback but playing college football would be a blessing itself."
Check out this talented sophomore's highlights below as we continue to monitor this young mans recruitment.