"The spring game went well, really well. I was able to play on both sides of the ball and I noticed that there were a lot of college scouts out there," said Trice.
Though the 6-foot, 230-pound prospect is still awaiting his first offer, Trice has been receiving collegiate interest.
Over the past few months, Trice has seen an increase in his recruitment and has made plans to attend a few college camps over the summer.
"More schools have been showing me interest; coaches have said they want to see me in a one on one setting. I've been invited to a lot of camps. I'm going to go to Baylor, TCU, Texas A&M, and maybe Oklahoma State," he said.
This summer, Trice is eager to display the skills set he worked to improve during spring ball.
"I improved on going downhill and playing on the other side of the line of scrimmage. My coverage is getting better. I'm still working on it, but it's getting better," he said.
Aside from camping, Trice plans to continue his work out routine.
"I'm definitely going to work to stay in shape this summer and get in even better condition for the fall. I want to be stronger and faster before the season," he said.
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