Trindon Holliday of Zachary (La.) Northeast is a player that is ranked as the No. 28 player in the state of Louisiana by Rivals.com, but honestly not much was known about him until recently. The more that people examine him, the more it’s clear that he’s one heck of a player.
“I rushed for 1,870 yards and 26 touchdowns as a junior,” Holliday, who is 5-foot-6 and 168 pounds, said. “I can cut and some of the tacklers misjudge me because I’m little. But I can run over you too. I’m a good combination of quickness and power.”
With his size and speed ability, Holliday can project at a number of different positions. He said coaches are recruiting him as an athlete – because he could be a running back, receiver or a special-teams threat.
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“I’ll play anywhere they want me to be at,” he said. “I just want to get on the field and be where the action is.”
Holliday is getting action on the recruiting front from LSU, Louisiana Tech, Louisiana Monroe and Louisiana Lafayette. He said that LSU has talked to him the most about an offer.
“I think I want to go ahead and commit early,” he said. “But if everything doesn’t work out then I’ll wait until the season is over before I make up my mind.”