Name: Trey Lancaster
School: North Carolina Wesleyan
Position: WR
Height: 5’11”
Weight: 180

Q: What goals did you accomplish heading into your final collegiate season?

The goals I set to accomplish in my final collegiate season were to improve my speed and become the outstanding receiver that I knew I could be, along with becoming All-Conference and Offense MVP for a second season, which I accomplished. During my Senior collegiate season, I set a goal to reach 1500 receiving yards. Unfortunately, I didn’t reach it, but I ended the season with 1070 yards. I lead my team this season with (69) receptions and (1070) receiving yards. I was the number 1 receiver in the USA South Football League. I was ranked #23 in the nation in D-3 football. I recently played in the FAF D-3 Senior Classic Bowl. I also was featured in the Rocky Mount Telegram Newspaper in 2018 several times. Lastly, I was featured as 1-A South Player of the Week. Im very proud of what I have accomplished in my final season of collegiate football.

Q: What would your coaches say about the type of player you are?

My Head coach and Position coach would say that I’m a stellar hardworking athlete with a great deal of athleticism and I’m one of the best talents in Division D-3 Football. I lead my team by example. I have great balls skills and catching ability and can run routes. I’m very respectful and well mannered. Most importantly, I’m very coachable and able to take criticism well.

Q: When you are studying film, what do you focus on to improve your game?

While reviewing film, I critique myself and see what I did or didn’t do while playing in the game. Then, I use that to improve my skill ability. Then, I study my opponent to see how they are playing. I focus on the opponents playing skills, watching to see if their aggressive or relaxed. I pay close attention to small details such as how the DB lines up, how many yards will he play off, how often dose he press the receivers. What moves did other receivers do to get him to open up. Then, I watch the safety to see if he is inside the hash or outside the hash and see how well he can move.

Q: What separates you from the other players at your position?

What separates me from the other players at my position is, I am known as “Go Get It” because I do whatever it takes to catch the ball. I block, can run every route, and can play all the receiving positions. I’m also able to catch the football in traffic and take physical contact. I have great ball skills and great strong hands with catching ability, also a play maker. I have been told that I’m an outstanding player and I’m a very hard player to plan a game around. I put my mind and passion into the game of football.

Q: How will you train and prepare this offseason for the draft or other pro opportunities?

During the off-season, I will train like a PRO! Practice will be my number one goal. I will set goals and make improvements on my craft. I’ll wake up early to train, adhere to a strict diet and exercise routine. Work on building my muscles and train with my personal trainer 2x a day, 5 days a week, to enhance my running ability as well as enhancing my strength and conditioning program. I’ll also work on improving my speed and agility, as well route perfection.

Q: What kind of strengths and abilities will you bring to a team that will stand out both on and off the field?

The strengthens I’ll be able to bring to the team on and off the filed would be commitment to the game, reliability, positive thinking, persistence to become a great player. Lastly, I would bring a lot of competitiveness.

Q: What is your final pitch or sell to NFL and other pro league scouts?

My final pitch to scouts would be, I would be very thankful for all opportunities to showcase my talent by participating in any scouting events. I am a hardworking athlete with great qualities. I am able to compete at any level and will not disappoint. I will be a great asset to any team because I’m dedicated to the process of winning football games and no one will out work me!