Kingsburg (Calif.) three-star offensive lineman Isaiah Trevino stands at 6-foot-6, 320-pounds and his combination of strength and speed has made him an attractive recruit for many schools. He has grown into his body and showed he can move on the field his junior season. He currently plays left tackle at Kingsburg HS, but has been told he projects at guard in college.
"Some problems I kind of have trouble with is getting too tall at times when I need to be," Trevino said. "That's something I'm getting better at and getting a lot lower, staying low, getting a good base."
He currently holds six offers from Arizona, Colorado State, Fresno State, Hawaii, San Jose State and Washington State. Trevino has also been hearing from more Pac-12 and Mountain West schools including Arizona State, Boise State, Oregon, Oregon State and San Diego State.
Trevino says that none of the schools have stood out as of yet and that he's still early in his recruiting process. He intends to check out several of the schools that have shown interest over the summer and has camped with Oregon State and Washington.
"At this point I'm not really sure," Trevino said. "I'm still trying to see all what's coming in. I'm still trying to get a good connection with all the coaches, get a good feel for all the programs and see where it's at from there."
Though Trevino does not have any favorites, he says that getting an offer from the local school Fresno State was a big one. He grew up watching the Bulldogs and being surrounded by Fresno State fans and now holds an offer suit up in Bulldog Stadium.
"It was great getting an offer from them," Trevino said. "I've grown up watching Fresno State, my dad has season tickets over there, my family is big Fresno State fans. It's a big, big offer - it's a dream. But I still want to get a good feel for all the other schools."
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