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Gridiron Genius:The Defensive Disruption

Updated: Dec 4, 2023


Trevor Short

, 6'3 , 205, c/o 24 from 6A Brandies High School is tenacious defensive stud. As an OLB Trevor is a imposing force and a disruption to any offensive scheme. The versatility, length and mentality is a driving force to his success. Great defensive IQ helps him see the plays quickly as they are developing and react quickly with with good speed and hard hitting puts a resounding end to offensive plays. Trevor has natural God given talent to adjust and move around the field whenever and where he is needed by coaches. His athleticism allows him to do amazing things on the field. Trevor also has played Edge, DB and some safety. He is a strong anchor to solidify the backend of any secondary. That's versatility at its finest! This season Trevor had 51 tackles, 3 INT, 12 PBUs of which 3 led to direct TDs, 1FF, 4.5 sacks and two special teams returns for TDs (1 punt and 1 FG rtn). Trevor's biggest improvement from last season was his footwork and physicality. Trevor prides himself on being very versatile with the ability to play almost any defensive position on the field. That’s special for a playoff 6A in TX. What a coach can expect from Trevor is a smart and well disciplined aggressive player who is willing to do whatever is needed to excel and make others around him better. Trevor is certainly D1 talent and any program that gets him will know quickly Trevor is a coach's dream. He holds himself to a high standard. Trevor understands it's a blessing just to be able to play at the next level and never wants to take that for granted. Trevor wants be where he is wanted and can be used to help build something special and help them win a championship. He wants a program to help mold him as a young man while preparing him forthe future. Legacy is important to Trevor. The sky is the limit for Trevor. He values his academics and is fully focused on excelling in the classroom as well. What ultimately will fuel Trevor's decision is the schools environment. Culture and feeling at home is important to Trevor and that includes how he fits into the team and the program. Trevor's advice is to always work hard no matter what because there are always people who are willing to work harder to achieve their goals and dreams and to take nothing and no one for granted and to not wait to late to do things. Procrastination, it's a killer. Trevor finished the season in the 6A Texas playoffs with a first round defeat to a very talented Steele team and within 24 hours Trevor was on the basketball court helping his team get off to a 3-0 start. There is still more to come on Trevor Short. Don't miss a minute!


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