Trent, Trevor, Seven Years discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

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Fifteen sixteen years old and he went through the process he only grew bigger and stronger more powerful than honed his craft and but the thing is the story about. Trevor isn't the physical stuff. It's the mental stuff. Is the competitive stuff. I i remember at the opening. The he was there He he was a sponge. Wood craig nall. One of our coaches who played seven years in the nfl was bugging him late at night going into his room after hours and asked him to teach more ball as a kid that love football he loves to learn. He has zero entitlement to him. He has no ego. is the team above self guy. So he checks every single box. There is to check as a prospect and he was checking back when he was seventeen years old. I mean i remember seeing watching them at the opening. This guy could go to an nfl training camp right now and throw one on one throw routes on air and look like an nfl quarterback you talk about that. I think that remember getting tough for him a little bit at the opening in the finals. What did you discover and watching him. Go through some adversity as a young person. Well that's the biggest thing. I look for quite honest with your ally base a lot of my evaluations off. How they respond to setbacks we look at it in game with an acronym pace plays after critic flares Study that really hard and in that environment of camp environment or a high school football game environment. A practice environment off the field. A guy can be a knucklehead off the field in house respond to that after the fact. So i think it's i think that metric evaluation has a lot to do with their long term success. Because you're gonna have a lot of setbacks. You're going to have a lot of adversity. And it's it's not what happened to you. It's how you respond to it and then trevor's a guy that whether it was the old venetian whether it was not winning the final game of his high school career. Whether it was a setback at clemson he's always been a guy bounces back better the next opportunity. And that's really what you're looking for him and tom. Brady's throwing a lot of interceptions. He's lost a lot of games is a lot of stinkers. He's got a lot of bad series. I think what separates ms that relentless pursuit of the next opportunity. And that's why he's been at his best for twenty one years those situations. Yeah me kind of echoed. What what he had said to me right back. I mean is it. Looks like an. Nfl quarterback is high school. He did and and talked about the adversity. That trevor faced during that event and our say having competed against trevor during that event it was difficult for him because it had been very easy for him to dominate. And it's the first i would say. The playing field is level s. o. The seat trevor have some struggles but to see the resiliency. The toughness grit and determination where he was able to bounce back and finish off strong Once again when you're evaluating quarterbacks you're always looking at how do they respond to bad things dead event. Trent kinda talked about. But but trinh kinda saw some of those things that we all see and we all like about him his build toughness. 'cause i think toughness comes out in a few different occasions. They know to how our next guest. Here's somebody that's known trevor..

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