He said his most recent visit, WKU's 66-51 win over Old Dominion, went very well.
"We watched the whole game," Trigg said. "I thought both teams played pretty good, glad we pulled it out.
Trigg's rushed for 1,443 yards and 19 touchdowns in 2014 according to Maxpreps.com, with one regular season game left (vs. Elizabethtown) before the KHSAA playoffs begin, where he might face another WKU commit in the second round.
"I've been talking to Bryant Pirtle too, we talk about coming down there next year and working hard," Trigg said. "We'll probably play each other in the second round."
As far as his college recruitment, Trigg is as solid as they come.
"I haven't taken any other visits," he said. "WKU's been it for me."
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