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2019 Football: Trinity

School: Trinity Titans

Head Coach: Terrance Curry

Years at School: 2nd season

Overall Record: 13-2

Last Year’s Conference Record: 4-0 (AAA Division II)

Last Year’s Overall Record: 13-2

2018 Team Scoring Average: 48

2018 Team Points Allowed Per Game: 11

School State Championships: 1

Number of returning starters: 11

Offense: 6

Defense: 5

Top Returnees from 2018:


Reggie Love: 2020 RB (5-11, 190 lbs)

Teriyon Cooper: 2020 WR (5-10, 185 lbs)

James Frenchie: 2020 WR (5-10, 175 lbs)

Jalen St. John: 2020 OT (6-4, 302 lbs)

Peyton McAfee: 2020 OG (6-2, 320 lbs)


Martez Poynter: 2020 DE (6-4, 240 lbs)

Dionte White: 2020 DT (6-0, 235 lbs)

Darrion Smith: 2020 LB (6-4, 215 lbs)

Tyler Hibbler: 2021 DB (6-0, 170 lbs)

Terrell Rush: 2020 DB (6-0, 170 lbs)

Up and comers:

Demetrius Cannon: 2021 WR (6-3, 210 lbs)

Scott Presson: 2021 TE (6-3, 230 lbs)

Thomas Mimes: 2021 RB (5-10, 225 lbs)

Xavier Cunningham: 2021 QB

Christian Cotton: 2023 QB

Coming off their first state championship, the Titans still have an embarrassment of riches throughout their roster and seemingly no end in sight to their player pipeline. Teriyon “Mookie” Cooper is off to Ohio State with some scouts saying he’s the fastest athlete in the Midwest. Four-star running back Reggie Love continued a Trinity trend to commit to Illinois and follow Isaiah Williams and Shammond Cooper. James Frenchie is a severely underrated athlete who can play multiple positions on both sides of the ball. Demetrius Cannon blew up this offseason and is going to be a major threat at wide receiver for the next two years. Scott Presson could be the best tight end in the entire area. His build and athleticism are outstanding. The Titans return three starting linemen, including Mizzou commit, Jalen St. John. Coach Curry made an emphasis on balancing the offense out and take advantage of their run game while making things easier for their elite receivers. The quarterback position is the biggest question. Apparently, it's been a two-way competition between junior Xavier Cunningham and freshman Christian Cotton. We’ve heard great things about both of them, so whoever it’s going to be, Trinity should still have a competent signal-caller. Defensively, the Titans will be fine once again. Poynter and White are two relentless linemen along with Smith who converts to linebacker... The Titans are thinking two-peat, and if they play to their potential, they will get there.

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