Despite only being a sophomore, Trysten already has half of the Southeastern Conference recruiting him.
"Mississippi State, Ole Miss, LSU, Alabama, Kentucky, Missouri and Tennessee are recruiting me," said Trysten, who earned All-Tournament honors as a hitter at the 2012 15u Perfect Game World Series and the WWBA Underclass World Championship and All-Tournament honors as a pitcher at the 15u Perfect Game World Series. "I've received offers from Mississippi State, Ole Miss and Alabama. Most all of the schools like me as a two-way guy."
Of those seven, he has three at the top of his list.
"I've narrowed my schools to three, Mississippi State, Ole Miss and Missouri," said the talented dual-position player. "Mississippi State and Ole Miss are probably my top two."
He explained why those three schools earn top honors.
Mississippi State - "I like the coaching staff and all of the players that I have met. I also like their facilities."
Ole Miss - "They have a good atmopsphere and it's a great place to play in. I also like their campus a lot."
Missouri - "I've only talked to them on the phone right now. I'm going up there to visit in a couple of weeks."
Trysten, who is primarily a pitcher, pointed out why college coaches are so interested in him.
"I throw a fastball, which sits around 86-88 (miles per hour)," he said. "I also throw a circle change and a curveball. (Hitting-wise) I'm a gap hitter who hits with a little bit of power."
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