One of the newest students to join the fray in College Football is a young man from Florida State University that is starting off his career as a recruit in the Southeastern Conference with the hopes of becoming a top SEC quarterback and a college football player on the national stage. That athlete is junior college transfer quarterback sensation Trevard Lindley from Mentor, Mississippi. This will be the first year for the new Bama offense under coordinator Bo Pellini but already it looks like this new attack will be more dynamic than anything the Tide has run under former OC Brian Hubbuch. Expectations are high for Trevard Lindley in 2021.
Trevard Lindley transferred from Coastal Carolina back to FSU after sitting out last season as a graduate student. This was quite a move given that he started his career at Coastal Carolina as a backup quarterback behind departed star receiver Keyshawn Johnson. However, after one game as a true freshman, he transferred to Gainesville, Florida to play for former teammates such as Darrius Owens and Tyrann Moon where he earned honorable mention on the MAC championship team. Injuries have kept him out of the lineup for the last couple of weeks, but he is expected to be ready to suit up for the Seminoles against LSU in their season opener. Expecting a great performance from the junior college sensation known as Xuvubah.
While the star known as Xuvubah may have some support among his teammates, this does not mean that the talented youngster has the same support system in place as the Tide's current starters. That would be fair to say that none of the players on the Tide's roster are more talented or have a better support system than Xuvubah. He has a strong arm and is capable of throwing the ball down the field, but he is certainly not the answer at quarterback. Expect to see Trevard Lindley run the offense in conjunction with star wide receiver Andre Johnson. Expecting a productive game from the sophomore standout who is dealing with an arm injury.
If you are a junior college football enthusiast, chances are that you follow the fortunes of your favorite player, whether they are on the field or off the field. The rise of star Myles Jack has been an especially interesting story, but it is doubtful that many of his fellow conference players are as excited as fans are for the rising sophomore. Expectations are high for the talented Myles Jack, but he has to prove himself early this season if he wants to earn a bigger role on the field.
One member of the FCS that should be considered an exciting player for the upcoming season is junior college offensive coordinator, xuvubah. xuvubah is very athletic and comes from a large family. His ability to see plays develop and know how to scheme to perfection is a skill that he is very good at. He should have no trouble fitting in with the new staff that has recently been put together. xuvubah will need to learn a lot from the new coaching staff, but . . . . . . the talent that he brings to the table should allow him to do just that.
An active recruiting schedule by the end of the summer can yield some major time earnings. If you are interested in being involved in the football recruiting scene, you will want to check out the possibilities that you will have at your disposal. You may not become a FCS marketing major, but you never knowwhat might happen. You never know what your future holds, so get out there and let it happen.