Broncos In The Mix For Stevens

Friendswood HS TE Trevor Stevens (Friendswood, TX) has put recruiting on the back-burner through the first half of the season, but is starting to think about schools that could possibly receive an official visit. Boise State offered Stevens over the summer, but will they get an official visit? He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about that and more.

Friendswood HS TE Trevor Stevens (Friendswood, TX) has put recruiting on the back-burner through the first half of the season, but is starting to think about schools that could possibly receive an official visit. Boise State offered Stevens over the summer, but will they get an official visit?

"Yeah, I think they'll get an official visit," he said. "I want to take official visits to Boise State, Harvard, Colorado, and Iowa State," he added.

"Boise State is like #6 right now in the BCS Standings," he stated. "That's where you go if you want to play big-time football. I know they have a lot of fan support up there in Idaho and they have a great offense too."

"Coach Huff has been the main guy recruiting me," said Stevens. "He'll put me on with a different coach every once in a while, but it's mainly him. He seems like a pretty laid back guy, understanding of what I want to do. I know he's a quality coach."

Boise State to the Big East? Trevor (6'4, 245) says playing on a "bigger stage" would be big for Boise State.

"It's definitely good for Boise State to go there," he said. "I hear they're adding six more teams and schools like SMU and Houston. I think that will workout great. To play on a bigger stage would be a good move for Boise State. It's definitely a good idea for them."

The talented TE says he's looking for a "comfortable environment."

"The biggest thing for me is how comfortable I feel in the environment and around the players," he said. "I'd say the quality of football will be a slight factor, but it's also about how quickly I can get on the field as well."

"I'm thinking that I'll probably decide in December," he said. "I was thinking that I might tell the family at Christmas."

Stevens and his teammates had high expectations going into the year, but a number of injuries have slowed them down. Still, he believes that adversity will only make them a better team.

"We lost our QB, a good D-lineman, a Safety, and a bunch of other guys," he said. "We're only 2-6 right now, but we're just trying to fight through it. All of these injuries force you to step up and I feel it has improved me as a player. It helps build that mentality that you can keep your body going."

"I think my blocking has improved from last year," said Stevens. "I haven't had a bunch of passes thrown my way with our QB being out, but I think I'm doing pretty well."

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Trevor Stevens.




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