Northwestern Moves in Hard for Rees

Center prospect Trevor Rees, one of the most dominating offensive linemen from the Houston area, took a trip up to Northwestern this past weekend. How it go, and will the Tigers still get their official visit in January? Details inside!

Pearland offensive lineman Trevor Rees took his first official visit up to Northwestern this past weekend. What did he think?

"It really was great," said Rees' mother Keli Wall Sunday evening. "It's a great academic school, and that's going to be hard to beat. It was well orchestrated and it gave us a good feel about the university is about."

"Overall I would say it was a real good visit for him. We went up there Friday and just got back today. I guess all the visits are like that and we'll find out after he goes on a few more trips. He met a lot of the players and he seemed to like everybody real well, so that's good," added Wall.

While the senior offensive lineman had a great time up north at the Big Ten school, he still didn't verbally commit.

"No he didn't commit, he will still take his other visits. There's a couple of schools that he's not real sure about, so we'll see if he takes all of visits. He's got Rice this weekend, he'll go there. Then Kansas on the 20th, and then TCU on January 25th," added Wall.

Additionally, Rees has been recognized by the Touchdown Club of Houston as a finalist for their Offensive Player of the Year. This was first reported on the Insider Board this past Friday.

CUTigers Notes:
Rees was out of the house Sunday evening an unavailable for comment on his cell phone. When asked if the Tigers would still get a visit in January, Rees' mother responded with, "Probably so." We will continue to keep you updated on Trevor Rees right up through signing day. Top Stories