My son plays for Wootton, so I was at this game yesterday. The link is from Montgomery County's sports reporters. http://mocodaily.smugmug.com/High-School-Sports/20132014-High-School-Sports/Football/09-16-2013-Wootton-HS-vs-BCC/i-mKbSJDd
I figured some folks might be interested, so what the heck. Trevon highlights are pictures:
- 55-60; a nice catch and run;
- 121-138; the fact that there are 17 photos in this sequence should give you an idea that he was running for a while. a great reverse of field...;
- 260-267; the plant and fake move in pics 261-263 are awesome; he froze the poor defender and then wiggled all the way to the 1/2 yard line and in trying to score, it was ruled he fumbled out of the end zone. Looked like a touch down.
Bottom line, Trevon is not super big or fast, but his field awareness and elusiveness are very similar to someone else we know. Any pass that might be a bit of and would normally be a 50/50 ball is pretty much a 80/20 ball for Trevon. He knows how to make the adjustments, time his move, and make the catch.
His best highlight though might have been a catch in the flat, with no blockers, and 2 defenders closing in and a safety right behind them. Trevon did a stutter step foreword, and both defenders lunged forward and collided with each other, and then Trevon used their bodies as a block to run by the safety. It was a really sweet move. Granted, the quality of the tackling was poor, but you can still tell he's way ahead of his peers.