"ULM offered me today," said Trevillion. "Coach Mario Price, the receivers coach, came by the school and talked with me.
"He told me that they were sort of late getting on me, but that he saw my highlight film and was impressed.
"He told me that they were offering me a scholarship and that they really wanted me to visit the campus soon."
The Warhawks have a pair of wide outs from Mississippi already on their commitment list, (Marcus Green, D'marius Gillespie) but Coach Todd Berry and his staff appear to have designs on one more from the Magnolia state.
"He told me that they want to take one more wide receiver at my position," said Trevillion. "He said it might come down to me and this receiver from Pascagoula (Matt Eaton).
"He said that the first one of us that commits will get the spot.
"I am going to visit there this weekend or next, so I can see how it is there."
Trevillion reports that he is a quick study and that he has learned some important things about the Louisiana-Monroe program.
"I know that they play some really good teams in the non-conference and that they are a team on the rise in the Sunbelt," said Trevillion. "They just beat ULL and they have been the best team in the Sunbelt the past couple of years."
While the Warhawks are the first four year school to offer, there are others still lurking about.
"A coach from Arkansas called and talked to Coach (Tommy) Clopton and asked him to send my transcript," said Trevillion. "I am still hearing from Mississippi State, but they have just been sending me mail and sending me messages."
Trevillion helped lead his team to the south state semi-finals before falling to Laurel in an exciting contest.