Posted January 04, 2013 on jcfootball.scout.com
North Dakota State College of Science S Trey Sims (6-3, 205) really filled up the stat sheet this past season, leading the country in tackles per game and with his size and athleticism, it's hard to figure why he's still looking for a home, but that's exactly the case at this point in the recruiting cycle...
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