Trigg checks out Kentucky

Sophomore running back Marquez Trigg took a trip this weekend to Kentucky's annual Blue-White game. What did the sophomore have to say about the Kentucky game?

Sophomore running back Marquez Trigg took a trip this weekend to Kentucky's annual Blue-White game. What did the sophomore have to say about the Kentucky game?

Glasgow High (Ky.) running back Marquez Trigg was very productive runner for his team last season and a number of schools have had their eyes on him. One of those schools is Kentucky and he headed up to Lexington yesterday for the Blue-White game.

"I really don't know how much UK is recruiting me right now," said Trigg. "Today was my first day meeting the coaches. My Head Coach Rick Wood has been talking to them more than I have."

Trigg was thrilled with what he saw at Commonwealth Stadium and the nearly 51,000 people on hand for the game.

"The visit was amazing. The crowd was very supportive. Meeting Coach (Neal) Brown was nice. He's a cool guy," he said.

The 6-foot, 190-pound running back was pleased and somewhat surprised with what he saw from Neal Brown's Air Raid offense.

"I like (the offense). They ran the ball more than I thought they would. I feel like the offense is balanced out," he finished.

FOX Sports Next will keep you updated on Marquez Trigg.


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