One of the biggest concerns for the Warhawks this offseason is adding some true cornerbacks to the roster to play in Troy Reffett's 3-3-5 defense.
5'9 175 pound Trey Caldwell out of Richardson, Texas liked what he saw on his official visit and committed to the Warhawks before heading back home.
Making his first visit to the city of Monroe, Trey said he saw more than he was expecting.
"I really enjoyed my academic tour and the business school at ULM', said Caldwell. "The people at ULM seem like they really want to help the athletes to make sure they stay on track in the classroom".
Trey got noticed when he attended the Warhawks one day camp in Shreveport back in the summer. Along with his ULM visit, Trey also made stops at TCU, UTEP, Texas State, and UTSA.
ULM just told me to stay in touch with them throughout the recruiting process that I had the ability to play for them".
Caldwell said schools like Central Arkansas, Grambling, and North Texas were looking at him but had yet to pull the trigger on a offer.
In the past two seasons Trey compiled 137 tackles, 5 interceptions, 12 passes defended, forced 3 fumbles, and blocked a field goal. Trey also excelled in special teams on kickoff and as a punt returner.
Caldwell is ULM's 5th verbal commitment. You can watch highlights of Trey below.