Tre'Von Cherry had a productive junior season for East Central High. The 6-foot, 180-pounder threw for over 2500 yards and 26 touchdowns. He also rushed for nearly 500 yards and nine touchdowns.
"This past season I played really well. I did all I could to win and help my team out in any possible way. It was a grind all season," Cherry said.
Many schools have already taken notice of Cherry's skills and production and been in touch with him as the summer camp season approaches.
And what about Missouri State?
"I really have an interest in Missouri State. I feel like it is a really great school that has great things going. Knowing that they are looking at me humbles me and makes me feel good. I would really consider them if they were to offer me," Cherry said.
Cherry has had limited communication with the Missouri State staff at this point.
"I haven't had that much of a chance to talk to the coaches. I've talked to Coach Coughlin at one of my spring practices. Not much was said because of the stage of recruiting that we are in," he said.
Cherry hasn't taken any visits yet, but he plans to camp with Missouri State this summer to show them what he can do not only physically, but intangibly.
"I feel as if I'm a true quarterback that can read coverages and throw any route anywhere on the field. I can also scramble and run at any time I need to. I'm a big team leader. It isn't hard for me to take the leadership role because perseverance is a must," he finished.
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