This weeks High School Player Profile is Berea-Midpark Quarterback Trevor Bycznski.
Story by Vince McKee @VinceTheAuthor
This past weekend the legendary high school career of Trevor Bycznski came to an end. His performance as a Berea-Midpark Titan has been nothing less than impressive over the past 3 years. His team averaged nearly 50 points a game the last two seasons, and they were never out of a game.
The six-foot six-inch flame thrower from Berea-Midpark never took his foot off the gas this season, despite already locking up a scholarship to Rice University before the campaign even began. Bycznski started every game this season and finished with 3,503 yards passing with 34 touchdowns.
Bycznski started 29 of 30 games since his sophomore year began, and his career totals finished with a whopping 8,613 yards, 77 touchdowns passing along with 17 rushing touchdowns. The rare times his team had to punt, he handled those duties as well.
The SWC may never again see a leader like Bycznski and his remarkable run. He was blessed to be surrounded by a strong offensive line, speedy receivers and hard-working running backs. Head coach Jon Hunek knew exactly how to best utilize his talents and the proof was clear on the field each and every week for 3 straight seasons.
Good luck at Rice Trevor!
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