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Trey stood a dominating six foot four inches and was an astounding two hundred and seventy pounds He was no average junior college student a Greek God among common people He did not fit Websters definition of outgoing rather a tamed and timid beast He was not well known down at Dixie State Junior College he merely walked around in his tank top and shorts like everyone else and baked in the hot sun Fresh out of high school and in a new area with new people he didnt really know anyone and in return no one knew about how good he was on the field He had taken a big risk taking the full ride scholarship going to a place where he didnt know a soul He just thought of the coaches words Youll be one hell of an addition to our offensive line the coaching staff and I love your speed The only answer he could give in his deep train of thought was a low ThanksHe just strolled along the sidewalk as he was going to a team meeting for the ending of hell week He had quite the impressive camp He used his raw emotion and pure brute strength to manhandle defensive players The only bit of concern that the coaches have was the ability to adapt to the program and befriend some teammates along the way It wasnt that he wasnt a team player he just felt he had to show his macho attitude firstWhat the coaches didnt know about was Treys bad shoulder In a high school playoff game he suffered a career-altering hit It was midway through the second quarter when Trey was blind-sided out of bounds Taken down by a cheap shot He suffered not only a separated left shoulder and collarbone but nerve damage down his left arm and back The thought of the coaches knowing he was not one hundred percent made him nauseas One
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