Tre Siggers Snags Texas Tech Offer

RaiderPower.com caught up with 2017 Duncanville receiver Tre Siggers, who picked up an offer from Texas Tech earlier this month.

Duncanville receiver Tre Siggers is a member of the class of 2017, but even with National Signing Day over a year and a half away, that hasn't stopped schools from sweeping in with scholarship offers. Texas Tech joined the fray by offering the 5-foot-10, 185-pound receiver earlier this month.

"[The offer] happened after our spring game, I had three touchdowns, had like two hundred yards receiving and running. Coach Emmett had called my coach, and he told me over the phone."

Texas Tech's offense, known for its prolific passing attack, is very attractive to the Dallas-Fort Worth area prospect.

"It really fits me, that's really what I'm looking for. I'm not looking for all the hype. I really like Texas Tech's offense because it fits me, I could fit well into that program. They throw the ball a lot."

Siggers transferred in to Duncanville High from DeSoto, and actually played against coach Jones last season (DeSoto beat South Oak Cliff, 53-13).

The Duncanville Panthers are a sleeper team to watch in district 8-6A. Veteran coach Reginald Samples, who left Skyline for Duncanville this past offseason, is one of the top high school coaches in the state. The program itself will feature several D1 athletes this season as prospects like DT Marcel Southall, CB Bailey Phillips, and QB Mike Myers.

"[Coach Samples] is a great coach. He's really gonna turn things around this season. We're gonna show the world."

Siggers is interested in staying closer to home in college, so his mother and two siblings can easily make it to his football games.

"It would really be me playing closer to home, for my mom. It would be easier for her to make it to all my games."

Texas Tech running back commit Da'Leon Ward, who shocked with a 4.4-second 40-yard-dash at a Nike event at Valley Ranch, is in Siggers's ear.

"He likes it. Da'Leon is committed to Tech... we might make that move... he's really pushing for me to commit too, and I'm thinking about it."

Wherever the versatile Duncanville prospect decides to take his talents, he's got plenty of time to decide. He plans on making a decision at the end of this season.

Arizona State and Maryland, along with Texas Tech, are some of the teams that are standing out to Siggers at the moment. He currently holds offers from Louisville, Iowa State, and Texas Tech.

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\r\n\r\nDuncanville receiver Tre Siggers is a member of the class of 2017, but even with National Signing Day over a year and a half away, that hasn't stopped schools from sweeping in with scholarship offers. Texas Tech joined the fray by offering the 5-foot-10, 185-pound receiver earlier this month.\r\n

\r\n\"[The offer] happened after our spring game, I had three touchdowns, had like two hundred yards receiving and running. Coach Emmett had called my coach, and he told me over the phone.\"\r\n

\r\nTexas Tech's offense, known for its prolific passing attack, is very attractive to the Dallas-Fort Worth area prospect. \r\n

\r\n\"It really fits me, that's really what I'm looking for. I'm not looking for all the hype. I really like Texas Tech's offense because it fits me, I could fit well into that program. They throw the ball a lot.\"\r\n

\r\nSiggers transferred in to Duncanville High from DeSoto, and actually played against coach Jones last season (DeSoto beat South Oak Cliff, 53-13). \r\n

\r\nThe Duncanville Panthers are a sleeper team to watch in district 8-6A. Veteran coach Reginald Samples, who left Skyline for Duncanville this past offseason, is one of the top high school coaches in the state. The program itself will feature several D1 athletes this season as prospects like DT Marcel Southall, CB Bailey Phillips, and QB Mike Myers. \r\n

\r\n\"[Coach Samples] is a great coach. He's really gonna turn things around this season. We're gonna show the world.\"\r\n

\r\nSiggers is interested in staying closer to home in college, so his mother and two siblings can easily make it to his football games. \r\n

\r\n\"It would really be me playing closer to home, for my mom. It would be easier for her to make it to all my games.\"\r\n

\r\nTexas Tech running back commit Da'Leon Ward, who shocked with a 4.4-second 40-yard-dash at a Nike event at Valley Ranch, is in Siggers's ear.\r\n

\r\n\"He likes it. Da'Leon is committed to Tech... we might make that move... he's really pushing for me to commit too, and I'm thinking about it.\"\r\n

\r\nWherever the versatile Duncanville prospect decides to take his talents, he's got plenty of time to decide. He plans on making a decision at the end of this season.\r\n

\r\nArizona State and Maryland, along with Texas Tech, are some of the teams that are standing out to Siggers at the moment. He currently holds offers from Louisville, Iowa State, and Texas Tech. \r\n
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I have been offered by The Texas Tech extremely blessed .. All thanks to god #GunsUp pic.twitter.com/S7YQm5qc2Q

— Tre Siggers (@tresiggers_) June 3, 2015
Duncanville receiver Tre Siggers is a member of the class of 2017, but even with National Signing Day over a year and a half away, that hasn't stopped schools from sweeping in with scholarship offers. Texas Tech joined the fray by offering the 5-foot-10, 185-pound receiver earlier this month.

\"[The offer] happened after our spring game, I had three touchdowns, had like two hundred yards receiving and running. Coach Emmett had called my coach, and he told me over the phone.\"

Texas Tech's offense, known for its prolific passing attack, is very attractive to the Dallas-Fort Worth area prospect.

\"It really fits me, that's really what I'm looking for. I'm not looking for all the hype. I really like Texas Tech's offense because it fits me, I could fit well into that program. They throw the ball a lot.\"

Siggers transferred in to Duncanville High from DeSoto, and actually played against coach Jones last season (DeSoto beat South Oak Cliff, 53-13).

The Duncanville Panthers are a sleeper team to watch in district 8-6A. Veteran coach Reginald Samples, who left Skyline for Duncanville this past offseason, is one of the top high school coaches in the state. The program itself will feature several D1 athletes this season as prospects like DT Marcel Southall, CB Bailey Phillips, and QB Mike Myers.

\"[Coach Samples] is a great coach. He's really gonna turn things around this season. We're gonna show the world.\"

Siggers is interested in staying closer to home in college, so his mother and two siblings can easily make it to his football games.

\"It would really be me playing closer to home, for my mom. It would be easier for her to make it to all my games.\"

Texas Tech running back commit Da'Leon Ward, who shocked with a 4.4-second 40-yard-dash at a Nike event at Valley Ranch, is in Siggers's ear.

\"He likes it. Da'Leon is committed to Tech... we might make that move... he's really pushing for me to commit too, and I'm thinking about it.\"

Wherever the versatile Duncanville prospect decides to take his talents, he's got plenty of time to decide. He plans on making a decision at the end of this season.

Arizona State and Maryland, along with Texas Tech, are some of the teams that are standing out to Siggers at the moment. He currently holds offers from Louisville, Iowa State, and Texas Tech.

See what Texas Tech fans are saying here

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