District 7-6A Football Preview - Euless
Sep 18, 2014 11:40AM
● Published by Mike
You know what you’re getting every year with Euless Trinity. The Trojans are going to have massive linemen in the trenches on both sides of the ball and a potent rushing attack. 2014 is no different. Euless Trinity returns six starters on defense including defensive linemen Chris Daniels (6-3, 280) and Tipa Galeai (6-5, 215), who is attracting interest from numerous colleges across the country. The Trojans did lose their leader in the heart of the defense in linebacker Inoke Ngalo, who signed with SMU, but Tobias Natee is ready to take over after an all-district season a year ago. As mentioned, Euless Trinity’s bread and butter on offense is its ground game. The Trojans line up in the Multiple-I and dare teams to stop running back 1,300-yard rusher Ja’Ron Wilson and physical fullback Tyler Natee. Paving the way for the two backs will be Patrick Vahe, one of the top offensive linemen in the state and a Texas commit. While the Trojans should be very much in the in the district title race, head coach Steve Lineweaver admitted that he’s concerned about having an inexperienced quarterback running the show.