QB Trevor Bycznski, from Berea Midpark High School, impressed me two years ago in against Amherst Steele High School. Yesterday, he was impressive again. This time in the North/South All Star Classic football game.
Yesterday, he threw for 325 yards and three touchdowns. One with just over ten minutes in the game, but it was not enough in a 35-33 loss to the South team. Trevor threw some picks, but with very few practices and facing a very fast defense, I can handle the picks.
Really like his QB passing skills. Good high, quick release. Sets his feet. Good follow thru. Gets his hips involved. Needs keep improving overall strength, but has the good frame to add good weight.
Trevor is a true “pocket, pro-style quarterback.” Really believe that he can make all of the throws. Eyes always downfield. At 6’5-220, he finds the open receiver.
Watching him , yesterday, I was impressed with his movement in the pocket. He can escape pressure and he is athletic enough to run with the football. Looks slimmer and runs much better that I expected.
Also liked his leadership, especially this all star setting. Really like his quarterback presence on the field.
Last December, Trevor was faced with a huge decision. He has committed to Rice University back in the spring. Rice was planning to run a “pro style” offense. Trevor committed with intentions of being a QB that fit his skills. Buffalo called because quarterback Morgan Mitchell who had committed earlier – decommited.
Buffalo called Trevor and offered him a scholarship. After much thought, he decommited from Rice and chose Buffalo during the 3 day period in December. Even better – Buffalo is a little closer to home than Rice University in Texas.
I rated him the second best quarterback in the Ohio 2019 Class going into last fall. Watching his last summer and now, during the All Star Classic, he is the best pure pocket passer in his class.
Wish him the very best at Buffalo.