Trew back from camps

Kyle Trew is a 6-2, 210-pound linebacker/safety prospect from Edmonds (Wash.) Edmonds-Woodway and Kyle is now back from the different camps he's been participating in this summer. He let us in on how things were going and whether or not he's ready to end the recruiting process or see where it takes him.

"I think my future is on defense," Trew told "I think I can play safety." He went with the running backs at the NW NIKE camp, but stressed that it was more than likely a one-time deal. "I'm just trying to focus on getting my all-around game better," he said. "I needed to work on both sides this summer, and the NIKE camp looked to be a good time to run with the ball."

Kyle attended Washington's 'Husky' camp for two days along with his teammate, tight end prospect Casey Tyler. "It was my first time at their camp," Trew said. "The first day it was mostly testing. We did some practices, but the practices were longer the second day because we weren't testing."

He ran a 4.8 40, jumped 29 inches in the vertical jump and benched 185 pounds 17 times. He had two picks playing safety for the 'Crimson Tide' during the 7-on-7's. "We played four games when I was there and we were undefeated," Kyle said.

Trew and Tyler got a chance to talk to the Huskies' head man, and he wanted to know if they were ready to jump in the boat. Both have scholarship offers. "We talked to Coach Neuheisel," Kyle said. "He talked about the two of us committing. We told him we weren't quite ready to do it."

So what is Kyle looking for in a college? "I'm looking for a place where I feel comfortable," he said. "I also want to check out the weather, whether it's close to home or not and what classes the school has to offer."

Washington appears to be the only visit Trew knows he'll take for sure. "Washington is a school I'm considering a lot," he said. "Not so much for Washington State. I want to hear more from Arizona, Arizona State and USC." The Cougars have also offered Kyle a scholarship.

For the rest of the summer, Trew is lifting every day and taking a vacation to Hawaii. "I'm going to Maui," he said. Top Stories