Alabama's Top Prospect Sets 1st Two Visits

<b>Tommy Trott</b>, 6-4, 240, tight end for Trinity Presbyterian, is one top tight end prospects in the country. Trott has set his first two official visits.

"I am going to Alabama December 17, and to Auburn, January 14. I have not set any other visits. We have talked about setting up a visit with Miami. I don't know if I will go anywhere else. I might go to Ole Miss, but I really don't know," said Tommy Trott.

The star tight end is anxious to go on his visits.

"I will finally have the chance to visit with the coaches and the players. I want to sit down with them and talk. I don't really know the deciding factor. I really haven't thought about college the past couple of weeks. I want to look at the depth charts at all the places I visit."

The two in-state teams still remain at the top for Trott's signature.

"I don't have an overall favorite. Probably, Alabama and Auburn, then Miami."

This past weekend, Trott was in Oxford as he attended the Ole Miss/Auburn game.

"I went to Ole Miss for an unofficial visit. It was cool. Ole Miss looked pretty good in the first half. I was able to speak with Coach Luke. He is their tight ends coach and the one who is recruiting me. He is nice and I really like him. I also spoke with Coach Cutcliffe and a few other coaches," said Trott.

Trott was impressed with the Ole Miss campus.

"It was cool. It was pretty small, but fun. They have The Grove before and after the games. It was just a cool campus. They have brand new facilities and I liked that."

"I am not going anywhere this weekend. I will probably go to the Auburn/Georgia game and then to the Alabama/Auburn game," Trott added.

Last Friday night, three receptions, three touchdowns for Trott, as Trinity defeated Daleville, 38-3.

"I had three catches in the first half. All of them were touchdowns. I had an 81 yard post, a 40 yard go route, and a 15 yard post. I carried the ball once for eight yards. We played really good. We have started to play a lot better as a team. Our offensive line has come a long way this year. When your offensive line is doing good, then the team is doing good. I don't know who we will host in the first round of the playoffs yet," said Trott.

Friday night, Trinity # 1 in 4A (9-0) will host Alabama Christian(7-2).

For the season, Trott has caught thirty-two passes for 644 yards with nine touchdowns. He has rushed eight times for forty-six yards with three touchdowns.

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