Everett Impresses at Combines

Each summer, thousands of college football hopefuls pour into the hundreds of combines and camps across the country. Many of these athletes are anxious to impress onlooking college coaches. Their ultimate goal, like that of Lone Peak linebacker Trevor Everett, is to receive an athletic scholarship offer.

"I'm hearing from a lot of schools," said Trevor Everett. "I haven't had any offers yet, but I'm getting a lot of attention. Hopefully I'll get offered by someone so I can play football in college and get college paid for."

Everett is a 6-foot-1, 218-pound linebacker prospect from Lone Peak High School in Highland, Utah. After starting at middle linebacker last season, Everett was voted as the defensive team captain for Lone Peak heading into his senior year.

"We have a good defensive tradition at Lone Peak," said Everett. "We have [former BYU defensive lineman and Outland Trophy winner] Jason Buck as our defensive coordinator, and he's really done some good stuff to make us a great defense."

Last season, Everett put up impressive stats with over 70 tackles, nine sacks, two forced fumbles, and five fumble recoveries.

"I was pleased with how I did last season, but I only want to get better this year," he said. "I'm a player who loves defense, I love to hit."

As mentioned, Everett turned heads at the UHFC combine a couple of weeks ago by putting up the 185-pound bar 22 times, which was more than most linemen there. He also ran a 4.75 forty on the very slow indoor practice facility surface.

Everett has since traveled with some of his teammates to Wyoming to workout for Coach Joe Glenn. He will be at BYU's camp this coming summer along with some other local camps.

"I just want to get offered by someone," said Everett. "I think I'm good enough to play at the college level. That's what I want, and hopefully I'll get offered during the summer camps after the coaches see me work out some more."

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