Metoyer Discusses Timetable

Trey Metoyer (White House HS) is racking up offers and the standout receiver has decided on a timetable for when he plans to commit to a school. Websider's Paul Wargo spoke to Metoyer about his newest offers, his planned visits, and much more. Read it in the tailgate!

When Trey Metoyer hits the field, people know. He is a big, physical receiver attempting to complete a stud junior campaign and the Texas A&M offeree is already well on his way. "In my first game I had sixteen catches for 150 yards and two touchdowns, and in the second I had eleven catches again for 150 yards and one touchdown. This week we play Corsicana and I plan to play well against them."

Texas A&M and several other schools have obviously taken notice through their official written offers sent to the 6-foot-2, 190 pound Metoyer last week. "Arizona, Nebraska, and Texas A&M offered me last week. Oklahoma said they would sit down and talk about it. They are planning to come to my game this week."

Trey Metoyer at the Texas State 7on7 Tournament
Trey Metoyer shines during this year's state 7on7 tournament

Metoyer is unsure of a timetable for his college decision but has a plethora of schools he would like to visit, "Oklahoma, OSU, A&M, Arkansas, and Nebraska. I'm for sure going to check out A&M. They've said they will call me when they want me to visit and I will be there. I have no leaders at this time." As for when he may decide, Metoyer is toying with several options, "I'm not sure yet, I will probably wait until after the season and then commit wherever."

For the rest of the season, Metoyer has downplayed his personal goals in light of the team, "I would just like to win games, and hopefully go to state. Keep doing what I'm doing and have a good senior year."

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