I will reiterate what I said earlier in the year, as I would venture to say that Trent Riley (6-3 205 Sr. WR) of Mount Si could be the biggest steal of this 2013 class. Riley’s senior season saw him put up monster numbers grabbing 56 catches for 876 yards and 22 total touchdowns. His statistics were staggering as he had 2 pick 6’s, and 2 punt returns for Tds as well.
Riley is one of the state’s best basketball players, and currently has a brother playing D1 ball at the University of Portland. Mount Si finished (11-2) this past season, with both losses coming to maybe the nations #1 team in Bellevue. It was the best Wildcat team in school history and Trent had a lot to do with that.
Referencing the Portland State offer Trent says, “I was really excited I liked the coaching staff a lot, and I am looking forward to taking a visit there”. Riley continued, “Its nice to get an offer close to home and its going to be a tough decision coming up with PSU and a few other schools”.
Trent will have options as he is being heavily recruited for basketball, with additional D1-AA and mid major D1’s football schools potentially offering as signing day draws near.
Riley is the real deal and would be a phenomenal safety at the next level as well. He gives schools options due to his overall athleticism. If PSU or a similar school lands him someone should get a bonus. Trent was an all league WR as a sophomore, before missing his junior season with an injury. He’s a great kid and someone that we look forward to following moving forward.