Quarterbacks throwing into the secondary of North College Hill High School in Cincinnati, Ohio quickly learned last season that they had better be a little more cautious. After all, that Tribble is trouble.
Dujuan Tribble has intercepted 24 passes in his high school career, including 13 last year as a junior. Quarterbacks may not like him, but college coaches are enamored with him.
“I’ve been hearing from college coaches more frequently through my coach and the mail,” the 5-foot-11, 180-pound cornerback said. “Boston College, Maryland, Duke, West Virginia, Cincinnati, and Pittsburgh have all offered me, and they’re probably showing the most interest in me.”
Three of Tribble’s favorites have offered him, but he’s still waiting on two offers.
“My top five are Boston College, Maryland, Pittsburgh, Ohio State, and Penn State. I’m waiting for Ohio State and Penn State to offer me. I like Maryland and Boston College’s academics, and the coaches at all of them are really nice.”
Along with his 13 interceptions last year, Tribble had 996 yards passing with 13 touchdowns. He’s one of the faster players in the state and runs the 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds.
“I’ve been to summer camps at Ohio State and Cincinnati. I’ve taken unofficial visits to Penn State, as well as those two schools. I enjoyed all of them.”
So when will this highly-touted cornerback make his decision?
“I want to take all of my official visits then I will decide.”