Last weekend, Redemptorist started things on the right foot with a one-sided 27-7 win over St. Michael in the initial scrimmage for each team.
"I had a touchdown run in that game," said Trim, who plays running back and cornerback. "I also had a pass break-up, and I thought about going for the interception on that play, but I decided to just bat it down. It was a good little game for us."
The No. 82-ranked CB in the nation, Trim is still waiting on his first offer, but interest is heating up for the senior.
"SMU has been talking to me a lot - more than anybody else," he said. "They want me to get more film so they can see my speed. They want to see just how fast I am.
Redemptorist, which scrimmages 5A Denham Springs this week, plays before a nationally-televised audience on September 10th vs. Patterson and four-star RB Kenny Hilliard. The game will take place at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, somewhat of a neutral spot between Baton Rouge and Patterson.
"I think we're looking really good," said Trim. "Compared with the other teams at the scrimmage - there were six teams there - we looked dominant. We have a lot of talent and a lot of speed.
"I can't wait for the Patterson game; it's really big. I think about it every day and I'm anxious. We really want to play them, and we're glad that it worked out."
For a few months, it appeared that the matchup wouldn't take place, due to scheduling issues. Both Redemptorist and Patterson were orginally slated to face other opponents - but the schools involved were able to work out the details.