Trey Creamer looks to make his school decision in July or August.

Heading into the summer, Cartersville High School (GA) athlete Trey Creamer has received his share of attention from P5 schools. Tuesday, Trey made the short drive down I-75 to visit another of the P5 schools.

Trey made the trip to Georgia Tech with teammates Mitchell Waters and Travis Terry. The trio toured the campus and they were impressed with what they saw. Creamer especially liked the indoor practice facility and the recreation center. “I also loved the campus. Everything is right there.”

Most of Trey’s time on campus was spent with Coach Ron West. “He’s the one that got me looking at Tech.” Trey also had a chance to talk to the other coaches. The Tech coaches are looking at Creamer as a cornerback. Trey also plays running back at Cartersville but he is fine with playing the corner position. “I love hitting from the defensive side of the ball.”  

An offer was not extended on the trip but the Tech coaches did ask for Trey’s transcripts. “I got the feeling that it will be a matter of time after they get the transcripts.” Trey expects Tech to receive his transcripts in the next day or two.

Trey recently released his list of top ten schools. Would an offer from Tech put them on that list? Trey feels that an offer would push schools out that he hasn’t visited and move Tech onto his list. “I really liked the school. It has everything I’m looking for in a school.”

Those factors that Trey is looking for includes strong academics, a great business school, and a school that graduates their players. “I don’t want to go to a "party school". Trey wants to concentrate on football and academics while he is in school.

The trip to Tech will be followed by a trip to Wake Forest on the 4th for their summer camp. Trey plans to return to Tech for their camp on July 17th. His teammates who made the trip to Tech with him will also be returning for the camp. Trey hopes to visit as many schools as possible this summer.  

Once he completes his summer visits, look for Trey to start looking at making his college decision. “I hope to make my decision by late July and no later than early August.” As is the case with many high school recruits, Trey wants to be able to enjoy his senior year without having to worry about making his college choice. Top Stories