LEE'S SUMMIT, Mo. - Even though he's ranked as a tight end, Columbia Rock Bridge four-star prospect Trey Millard proved on Friday night in a victory over Lee's Summit North he's got the ability to be a standout H-back or even a power back.
Millard rushed for 134 yards, sparking the Bruins to a 22-13 come-from-behind victory. He also did some damage on defense with a fourth-quarter with a sack on Lee's Summit North's final drive.
But it was his work carrying the ball and blocking that really was impressive. It was big change from last year where Millard, an Oklahoma pledge, was mainly used at linebacker and even some on the offensive line.
Millard talks with Rivals.com's Jeremy Crabtree about his new role for the Bruins and his recent commitment to Oklahoma.