Parkland’s Trey Tremba commits to Army
Why West Point?
“When I started thinking beyond football, I knew a traditional college was not for me and I wanted to do something uncommon and exciting. West Point is the best leadership school in the country, and it is also an elite academic school. Because it is a military academy, it will teach me skills that I may not learn at a traditional school and will push me harder. I have also always been interested in serving my country and I would like to become a pilot. Graduating from West Point will allow me to do that as an officer. After the service, many companies like to hire West Point graduates because of the qualities they have acquired. In addition, the football program at Army is awesome and I feel like I will fit in very well.”
What am I studying at West Point?
“I am undecided at the moment, but I think I might try to study business. The good thing about West Point is what your study at the academy does not correlate to what you can do in the Army and when you get out of the Army, companies will hire you just for the leadership and other qualities you have acquired from West Point.”
What other schools were part of my decision?
“I had offers from Lehigh, Lafayette, Army, Temple, William & Mary, Columbia, Holy Cross, New Hampshire, Air Force, Navy, Colgate, Dartmouth, Rhode Island, Bucknell, and Princeton. What ultimately helped me decide was when I started thinking about life after football and I knew the Army was the best fit for me.”
What am I recruited for?
“Army is adopting a more spread offense so they are recruiting me as a versatile running back that can be a downhill runner and still go out for passes from both the backfield and the slot.”
Favorite football moment?
“My favorite moment in football was catching touchdowns from my brother Ty when I was a sophomore.”
Who is your role model?
“My role models are both my parents because of all that they have done for me. I could not have gotten into the position I am in if they didn’t sacrifice their time and money into taking me to visits and camps. They both showed me what it means to be disciplined and hardworking and inspired me to be successful so I can give back to them someday.”
Thoughts going into the 2023 season?
“I am very excited for the season. We have a lot of experienced seniors returning since most of our starters last year were juniors. Everyone has worked super hard to get better and we have younger and older guys that have improved and developed and are ready to make an impact on the field.”
Tremba is gearing up for another big season this fall for the Trojans. Here is what his coach said.
“Trey is an all-around explosive athlete on both the field and in the weight room. He rarely leaves the field and should be in consideration for All-League Honors for his play on defense,” said Head Football Coach Tim Moncman.”
“He excels in the classroom with a rigorous Honors Schedule and holds a 4.0 Cumulative GPA. As of the start of the 2023 Track Season, he recorded a 10.97 laser-timed 100 Meter dash in Parkland’s dual meet vs. Easton High School.”
Here are his 2022 statistics:
2nd Team All-State Offensive Athlete
EPC 1st Team RB
EPC Scoring Leader
1,238 Rushing Yards
428 Receiving Yards
26 Total TDs
6A District Champs🥇
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