BYU is taking a long, hard look at a Texas defensive back playing at the 5A level, one of the top…
Tre Flowers Making the Rounds
2013 safety prospect Tre Flowers from Judson High School in Converse, Texas is going to be busy going to four different Junior Days in March. The 6'2 175-pound recruit will be taking visits down to Baylor, Texas Tech, BYU and Kansas State. Flowers already knows exactly what he wants to find from those schools on the Junior Days. "I'm looking for a program that will win and I want to win," Flowers said. "I'll be asking about the programs about their depth chart. I want to figure out how the coaches coach. I want laid-back coaches not uptight coaches. I want a nice place to be with a good program. I just want to play college football. I also want to be in a city if I can." Flowers doesn't live too far from the Baylor program, a school he's particularly looking forward to visiting after attending the Bears' Alamo Bowl victory in January. "I like how they have changed their program the last few years," Flowers said. "They are a winning a program and have been going to bowl games. They aren't too from home. I think it would be a good place to be. I've been talking with Coach Chris Achuff (Defensive Line) since my freshman year. I met him in person this past year when we were down here for the Alamo bowl and he's a pretty nice guy." There are a few schools that Flowers is unfamiliar with and looking forward to learning more about on his Junior Day visits including Texas Tech and Kansas State. Texas Tech coach Robert Prunty (Defensive Ends) has already come down to visit Flowers this spring. Flowers is also talking with Kansas State coach Dana Dimel (Co-Offensive Coordinator). But, one school is ahead of the other four. BYU has already talked with Flowers about a possible offer once he gets up to Provo, Utah and meets the coaching staff. "I'm talking to coach Mark Weber (Offensive Line) at BYU," Flowers said. "I learned that they are a Mormon school. I'm not Mormon, but I like their system. I learned that they have a serious honor code where you can't drink or do drugs or anything like that. If I go there I won't have any outside distractions, so it will give me a better chance to get to the NFL. My eyes will be on the prize. BYU is really showing that they want me a lot. They have come down a few times to talk with me during offseason workouts." This offseason, Flowers said he is working on his 40-time, getting stronger and gaining weight. He's also running the 4x100, 4x200, relays and the 200m after school for Judson's Track and Field team.
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