One of the top running back prospects in the class of 2014 puts on a weekly show only about 30 minutes from the University of Kansas. As a sophomore he broke records set by Bubba Starling that many never thought could be broke, and as a junior he overcame an early season injury and a young offensive line to once again prove that he should be mentioned when discussing the best backs in the country.
2014 RB Traevohn Wrench (@TraeWrench20) rushed for nearly 2,000 yards on 207 carries – averaging nearly 10 yards per carry during his junior season at Gardner Edgerton High School. His combination of size, speed, agility and vision make him a threat to take it to the house every time he touches the ball. As Kansas Head Coach Charlie Weis continues to change and develop the Kansas football program there is no doubt that landing a top prospect like Wrench could be a huge boost for the Kansas program.
Check out highlights of Traevohn Wrench from his 2012 season at Gardner Edgerton High School.