Lineman keeping options open

Trey Keenan currently holds offers from throughout the country, including one from Arizona. So where do the Wildcats stand?

6-foot-6, 275-pound Argyle (Texas) offensive lineman Trey Keenan is seeing his recruitment remain at a steady pace.

Keenan is hearing from a variety of schools and the recruiting process could be picking up even more soon.

"It is really heating up and schools are coming by my high school," Keenan said. "I have offers from everywhere and it has been a fun process."

While Keenan enjoys his recruitment, he has not yet reached a point where he is ready to name a favorite school.

"I am not quite yet going to narrow it down," he said. "After next month I hope to have a top five and have it figured out by end of summer."

As Keenan does attempt to narrow down his list, he has a good idea of what he will be looking for in a school.

"I want a school where I fit in with the overall community of the college and work well with the offensive line coach and strength coach as well," Keenan said.

One school that Keenan is looking to see if it fits his criteria is Arizona, where he plans to visit in the future.

"I have talked with David Nichol like twice and he said he is going to stop by my school and they write me handwritten letters all the time," Keenan said. "I have been out to Arizona a couple times, but Arizona is one of the ones we will visit at the start of the summer."

As far as a decision goes, Keenan has a pretty good idea of when he would like to see the recruiting process end.

"We have the state track meet coming up, so I want to focus on that and then go back to business after that and focus on what is at hand," he said. "I want to decide at the midpoint of summer in order to have it out of the way before my senior year."

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