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Inglewood DB garnering attention

Inglewood DB garnering attention

Following his father's job change Tre Wilcoxen had to transfer from Redlands (Calif.) East Valley High School to Inglewood High School. Judging by his off-season performance the defensive back shouldn't have much trouble playing at a higher level of competition since his play in various 7-on-7 events in recent weeks is catching the eye of several schools, including ASU's.

"It's going to be a whole different environment and I'm looking forward to it," Wilcoxen said of his new surroundings. "I know that if I keep working hard, go a 100 percent all the time, and just play my game I'll be fine." As a junior Tre Wilcoxen collected 78 tackles, nine pass deflected, three forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. He was an All-State Underclassmen selection in 2011. As a... Recommended Stories

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