QB Prospect Open To Move

Trinity's Zach Shaw is a versatile athlete that could play a number of positions on the next level.

Montgomery, Ala.--Trinity Presbyterian's Zack Shaw was the starting quarterback in 2005, but his position may change for his senior season. The 6-2, 190-pound athlete comes from a solid high school program sending athletes to Division-1 schools.

"I have been receiving a lot of interest from Auburn, Alabama, Louisville, LSU, and Georgia," said Zack Shaw from Montgomery, (Ala).. "Right now I would have to say my favorites are Alabama, Auburn and Georgia. I don't have an overall favorite. They are all pretty much equal.

"I am going to Alabama's Junior Day this weekend (3-4), and I am going to Auburn March 11 for their Junior Day."

Shaw is a versatile athlete and his knowledge of the game will pay dividends on the next level.

"I feel I understand the game very well," he said. "I see the field very well. I am not as fast as everyone, but I run hard. I feel that makes up for blazing speed. I catch the ball well, and I love to compete. My biggest strength is my versatility. I play three or four offensive positions, I play on special teams, and I play defense."

Shaw acknowledges a couple of key areas of improvement are needed before his senior season.

"I would really like to improve my speed (4.62)," he said. "I would like to get stronger as well. Those are the two main things I would like to improve. You can never be too fast or too strong."

Shaw threw one touchdown pass, scored 10 touchdowns on the ground and scored four touchdowns by receptions. Spring training may determine his position for his senior year.

He maintains a 3.85 GPA and scored a 25 on the ACT.

Shaw will attend the Scout.com All-American Combine in Tuscaloosa April 29.

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