A&M RB Verbal: Trent Hines Scouting Report

Midland Lee RB <b>Trent Hines</b> gave Texas A&M an early commitment during his junior season, well before Signing Day, 2005. We talk about that, and more, plus share a brief scouting report…<p>

"(Trent Hines) gave an early commitment to Texas A&M," Midland Lee head coach Randy Quisenberry told Scout.com. "He's a great kid and a great commitment for them."

Hines, who we're currently listing at 6-1, 200 pounds with a 4.6 (forty time) throws up the iron as well as he throws up the stats (300 Bench, 250 Incline, 410 Squat, 260 Power clean). While Hines opted to end the suspense before most recruitniks knew much about him, rest assure, he is one of the top running backs in the Lone Star State.

The Midland Lee head man was nice enough to toss us a brief scouting report on the future Aggie tailback.

Scouting Report (via Coach Quisenberry): "Trent's about 6-2, 205. He's a 4.6-kid. And, this fall will be a three-year starter for us. In his sophomore year, he rushed for over 1,000 yards. Last year, he recorded 1,481 yards and 24 TDs. He's got great vision and can adapt to new schemes. He went from being a true I-tailback his sophomore season to a one-back, where he was busy blocking, catching passes, the whole thing. Again, he's just got great vision, is a long-strider and can run. He's running the 200 meters in the 22s, ran a 22.11. And, he's a hard-worker, has a great ethic in the weight room -- just has a great build."

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