Texas A&M received a big commitment for the 2021 class with the addition of Colorado offensive tackle Trey Zuhn. With still a year left to grow and already at 6-5, 295 pounds, Zuhn had offers from Ohio State, Oklahoma, Michigan, Notre Dame and Penn State.
By DT Yates
He made first-team all-state as a junior and is currently unanimously the third best player in the state and is listed as high as the 24th most talented offensive lineman in the nation.
Zuhn’s got excellent footwork that does well in pass blocking. In many of his films we see him driving defenders multiple yards before pancaking them to the ground. At the play 0:32 into the video below he does the same to create an enormous running lane for the back behind him. It’s apparent he uses the wingspan that comes with his big frame to abuse opponents with his long reach.
Zuhn is the third recruit along with receiver Shadrach Banks and quarterback Eli Stowers who are all four-star ranked for the Aggies 2021 class. With the landing of a highly prized recruit many teams saw as a top target for 2021, Texas A&M’s 2021 class currently looks to be on pace to continue the successes of 2020.
100% committed to Texas A&M! Can’t wait to get started with @Coach_Henson and Coach Fisher @AggieFootball! Thank you to Matt McChesney @SixZeroAcademy for getting me ready for the SEC and building #TheBridge! Gig’Em 👍🏼 pic.twitter.com/cT7f9iaDJh
— Trey Zuhn (@TreyZuhn) February 3, 2020