Cherokee Trail offensive lineman Ashton Torres is reporting that he has gained an offer from Air Force. The Air Force offer is in addition to an earlier offer from Hawaii. Torres is excited about the offer and is working with Air Force assistant Tim Cross to set up a visit. The Falcons are looking at the 6-4 295 pound offensive tackle as a guard or defensive tackle. Beyond Air Force, Torres has a very busy spring and summer set up with camps stops at Kansas State, Colorado State, Hawaii, Colorado and Wyoming.
Right now Torres is focused on his Cherokee Trail squad. Last season the Cougars had a down season and they are looking to rebound. Regarding next season Torres says, “everybody's a lot more focused on winning more than we were last year.” Helping Torres next season will be fellow seniors Anthony Holmes, Quincy Voss and Michael Thelen.
The bruising Torres now holds two mid-major offers and will gain more in the next few months. The camp performances will be key to potential additions on his offer sheet.