UP NEXT: Blythewood High's Tre Minor

SCPrepNation.com catches up with another sleeper prospect from out the 2010 recruiting class in Tre Minor. This Blythewood High star has the potential to be a solid contributor on the college level one day. Minor recently spoke with SCPrepNation.com, and gave us latest on the recruiting front. Come inside to find out more about this talented prospect from the Midlands.

Palmetto State football fans meet Tre Minor, a 6-2, 240 pound LB/DL prospect from out of Blythewood High School. Minor will be making his return to the gridiron for his final season with the Bengals this coming fall.

Last season Minor lined up primarily on the defensive line where he recorded over 50 tackles, 8 TFL, and 1 interception. But the 2010 prospect informed us that he could possibly be making a move to middle linebacker this season, which is where he'll more than likely play in college.

Minor's play from a season ago has led him to attract interest from a number of college programs early on. "I've been getting interest from North Carolina State, Furman, South Carolina, Georgia Tech, Harvard, Princeton, Cincinnati, and Minnesota so far," he said. "South Carolina and NC State have probably been showing me the most interest out of everybody so far."

Although Minor has quite an impressive list of suitors early on, there is still one other program that he'd like to hear from. "The school that I'd really like to hear from is LSU," Minor said. "Actually, that's the school that I would really like to go to."

LSU may be one of Minor's early favorite, but he's simply not closing the doors to any of the programs that have been showing him love early on. In fact, there are two particular ACC programs that he's highly interested in learning more about. "NC State and Georgia Tech," Minor said. "I would like to be an engineer, and both of those schools have good engineering programs."

Minor shouldn't have any problems getting excepted into either of the two programs… "I have a 4.2 GPA," The scholar athlete told SCPrepNation.com "I took the SAT as a sophomore and made an 1840 on it. I made a 1290 on the two parts; the math and critical reading. I made a 650 on the math and a 640 on the critical reading."

SCPrepNation.com will have more on this 2010 prospect as his recruitment continues to take shape. So stay in tuned for much more!

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