Metoyer's Family Favorite

While out at the 7v7 State Tournament in College Station, TX, had a chance to look at Trey Metoyer, 2011 WR from Whitehouse high school. Trey was even nice enough to give us an in depth interview to let us know what's been going on with him lately.

With Trey Metoyer and Quincy Aldridge lined up at wide receiver for Whitehouse they were extremely tough to stop and it showed in how they started the day off, with a big win over BLANK. "We look good," began Metoyer. "You know our offense was connecting, our defense was connecting and we just came out here and played a good game."

With the talent that Metoyer possesses he has begun to get plenty of looks. It also helps out that he has been going to camps to get his name out there.

"Oh, it's been going good," Metoyer said. "I've been going to a lot of camps. I went to Oklahoma State, Texas and Texas A&M."

A big season on the field combined with some solid camp stops this summer have helped Metoyer start earn some offers. He states he is a "Big 12" guy, and he is certainly happy with the offers he's gotten so far since as they are from some of the top Big 12 teams in the conference.

"Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, and Oklahoma," Metoyer stated about what offers he's received so far.

Metoyer will only be a junior next season but already has his top three favorite teams he is looking at for the future.

"Texas, Oklahoma State and Oklahoma," Metoyer said.

Now don't let it confuse you that those are his three favorites because Metoyer made sure to say who his top team is and who he wants to play for. It also helps that his family are big fans of the team he really would like to play for.

"My favorite, yes sir," Metoyer said with a big smile about the Sooners. "My family is big fans of the Sooners."

Like mentioned above, Metoyer plays with Quincy Aldridge another 2011 prospect that wowed some fans today. He explained how it is playing with a teammate like Aldridge and how close they are together.

"Me and him, we've been playing with each other for a long time since Pop Warner," stated Metoyer. "We already know what each others gonna do. We work out together, we catch balls together and we work a lot together."

Metoyer has the skills to be one of the top players in the state of Texas for the '11 recruiting class, and is certainly a name that Sooners Illustrated will be keeping a close eye on.

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