Big Weekend For Metoyer

Whitehouse WR Trey Metoyer continued his phenomenal junior season, hauling in 8 passes for 228 yards and five touchdowns against Henderson High School. It's been a tough season for the Wildcats, they are 3-7 on the year and they round out their 2009 schedule with a strong Longview team who has only lost one game all year. Websider's Taylor Hamm spoke to Metoyer and got his take on his big night.

Whitehouse WR Trey Metoyer continued his phenomenal junior season, hauling in 8 passes for 228 yards and five touchdowns against Henderson High School. It's been a tough season for the Wildcats, they are 3-7 on the year and they round out their 2009 schedule with a strong Longview team who has only lost one game all year. Metoyer knows it's been a rough season but he doesn't let that stand in his way of achieving his season goals.

"Every season I try to get 1,000 yards. I got 1,000 yards last year and I only needed 130 more yards to get to my goal. Henderson put one-on-one coverage on me all night, and basically one-on-one I am going to get at that cornerback. The coaches kept feeding me the ball. It was easy really to tell you the truth. "



With another 1,000 yard receiving season under his belt, Metoyer is starting to get a lot of attention from big time programs like Arkansas, Oklahoma, Miami, Texas Tech, and Texas.

"Miami has been sending me a lot of offers and Texas Tech offered me last week. Texas Tech, they really like me. Oklahoma had kind of stopped but now they starting to roll in. Texas has been in contact a lot but they told me they wouldn't start recruiting me until February. I heard they [Texas] don't talk to you much your junior year. Arkansas has been sending me stuff too."

Even with all of the attention Trey is getting from some big time BCS schools, he still feels the same about Texas A&M and has been in contact with some of the Aggie coaches.



"I still feel the same about A&M. I still have a good relationship with them and I have talked to the coaches since my visit. I have to keep my options open because the offers that have been coming in have really caught my eye, but I still feel confident in A&M. At the end of the season I am going to narrow it down."


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