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Scouting North Shore's Trey Hopkins

Scouting North Shore's Trey Hopkins

North Shore junior Trey Hopkins has emerged as one of the top offensive line prospects in Texas in the class of 2010. Blessed with ultra long arms, intelligence matched by few, the feet and agility to play on the defensive line, and the toughness to battle in the trenches, Hopkins has a chance to become one of the most highly sought prospects in the 2010 class.

The North Shore Mustangs had their season end on Friday 28-21 against an undefeated Hightower Hurricanes team that they beat 33-9 a year ago in the regional finals. Trey Hopkins limped into the game on Friday after spraining his right ankle in the Mustangs first round playoff victory. Despite not being able to end the season the way he started it, Hopkins put together a terrific season for the...

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