WACO — At its best, Euless Trinity will wear you down with its size — and not only on the offensive line. Just look at the Trojans’ quarterback.
Tyler Natee, a 242-pound teenager, looks and plays the position like a fullback. That’s because he was a fullback just two years ago.
But where Trinity will leave you without a chance — and why the Trojans are among the state’s best after nondistrict play — is in its wiry speedster of a running back.
Against Galena Park North Shore on Friday, Ja’Ron Wilson ran for 243 yards and four touchdowns on 27 carries as Trinity wrapped up its nondistrict schedule with a 42-32 win at Baylor’s McLane Stadium.