Galena Park North Shore junior Trey Hopkins has emerged as one of the top offensive line prospects in Texas in the class of 2010. Hopkins is blessed with ultra long arms, Stanford-level intelligence, quick enough feet and agility to play defensive, and the toughness to battle in the trenches. Burnt Orange Beat have assembled a junior highlight package of the versatile offensive lineman.
, who earned 21-5A First Team All-District accolades as a junior, is a very special talent. Not only is he a tremendous athletic prospect, he is a tremendous student. Hopkins was also smart enough to take his recruiting into his own hands by making a trip to Austin in January to make sure Coach Mack Brown just how interested he was.
That trip and show of interest paid off for Hopkins as he ended up earning an offer from Mack Brown and became the first commitment of the 2010 Texas recruiting class. In the next 48 hours, nine more prospects pledged to Texas as well.
Hopkins can play anywhere along the offensive line. He starts at left tackle and serves as the back-up center. The junior is an athlete playing on the offensive line after playing defensive end until midway through his freshman season.
Enjoy this junior highlight package. Hopkins is #75 (left tackle).