Louisville Doss athlete Terez Traynor has been in possession of a Western Kentucky offer from a few months and on Saturday made the short drive south to Bowling Green to learn more about the Hilltopper program.
While on The Hill, Traynor learned more about what WKU has to offer both athletically and academically.
"It was great," he said of his Junior Day visit. "I learned a lot from being a student to being a player. You wouldn't think you would learn that much in one day with new coaches, but it was great."
The 6-foot-3, 185-pound two-way player was impressed by the football program facilities, but it was the growing WKU campus that stood out the most.
"Mostly the campus because everything is right there," he said. "It's like a small town."
As a junior, Traynor displayed an ability to impact the game from multiple positions. He was Doss' second-leading rusher and receiver, combining for 804 yards and 11 touchdowns. Western Kentucky projects him to play wide receiver and he spent time visiting with receivers coach Junior Adams.
"Coach Adams and I went over some stuff," he said. "That's my guy."
In addition to WKU, Traynor also holds offers from Bowling Green, Cincinnati, Morehead State and Purdue. He anticipates a trip to Purdue and a return trip to WKU during spring practice. Louisville and Kentucky have also expressed interest.
Traynor claims that he remains open, but that following the visit that "WKU is the favorite."