There is a good story coming out of Aggie football camp this spring.
Trevor Walls, the former quarterback, is getting snaps at tight end, and is showing he can catch the football.
The truth is that Walls could be a tackling dummy at practice and it would be a good story.
We’re talking about a kid who came here from Ohio to play quarterback in Hal Mumme’s offense. We all know what happened there.
He did get snaps under center in Timm Rosenbach’s system, which wasn’t meant for a drop-back passer like Trevor to begin with. The entire offense wasn’t good in 2009, quarterbacks included.
Last year he didn’t play and was moved to tight end.
He’s still at New Mexico State, however, and he’s still trying to help this team get to where it needs to be.
Trevor has also been a factor at spring practices. How many players would have stayed at the school and continued to work hard despite things not going the way they envisioned upon arriving at campus four years prior?
Good things happen to good people, and this will pay off for Walls. There would be nothing better than for him to be a factor this season at a brand new position.