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Colin Brinkman of Empire Recruiting had a chance to catch up with 2014 Ohio State commit Kyle Trout recently and talk to him about all things Buckeyes.
Q: You were out at the Opening recently how was that experience for you?
A: It was amazing, the gear, my team, the coaching. It was fun, informative, and eye opening to the kind of competition I’m going to face every snap in the near future.
Q: What have you been been working on this offseason for this upcoming senior season and your future at OSU?
Kyle Trout 2014 Buckeye commit
A: I have been getting stronger, working on keeping a wide base as I’m blocking, and firing out quicker, faster, and harder.
Q: You’re a local boy from Lancaster just about 30 minutes from campus, was this a dream of yours to run out of the Shoe on a fall Saturday?
Read the rest of the interview over at Empire Recruiting
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