It’s no secret that UCLA’s offensive line has been a weak spot over the past few years. Well, the Bruins are certainly trying to fix that as Trey Stratford, an offensive lineman from Allen, TX, became the latest in a string of offensive lineman to commit to UCLA Football.
While Stratford has played left tackle in high school, Gabe Brooks of Scout thinks that he will transition to center at the next level. That’s why Scout ranks him as the number 6 center in the country.
Stratford’s announcement came on Twitter.
It is the most exciting thing that has happened to me! I'm looking forward to receiving a great education and helping UCLA climb back to the top, and also the climate and the location.
Stratford is 6’4” tall, weighs 269 lbs and runs the 40-yard dash in 5.29 seconds. Here are his 2016 highlights from Hudl.com.
Welcome to Westwood, Trey!