Tigers Look Good with Texas Lineman

Offensive lineman Trevor Rees saw his season get off to a sloppy start this past Friday when Pearland High School faced Fort Bend Elkins in a Texas rainstorm. We've got the latest on one of the Tigers' top offensive line prospects in this report.

Trevor Rees, a dominating center prospect out of Pearland, Texas is helping his team anyway he can this year.

"He led the charge in implementing the new zone blocking scheme and he even talked the coach into calling the quarterback sneak that scored the first touchdown," said a source very close to the Pearland football program.

"It wasn't his best game as far as physical performance, but it was an outstanding one with regard to his ability to lead the offense."

Rees is still hearing regularly from the Tigers, as well as Pittsburgh, Northwestern, Kansas, and several other schools in the Big XII conference. He is currently listed as a three-star prosepect and the #97 offensive line prospect in the country by TheInsiders.com.

"Whoever looks the best is who I'll go with," said Rees in a recent interview. "Clemson is it so far. They want me to play center."

Pearland runs an offense very similar to Clemson's, which is one of the big reasons the Tigers' coaching staff likes Rees so much. It's a fast-paced, no huddle offense that was actually taught to the Pearland coaches by Tommy Bowden's staff during his time at Tulane.

Pearland, historically one of the top football programs in the great state of Texas, next plays Fort Bend Willowridge Friday night in the Astrodome. We will continue to keep you updated on Trevor Rees throughout the season.

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