Tre’Vell Dixon is still a player up in the air.
The four-star safety from West St. Mary School in Baldwin, Louisiana was committed to play for the Nebraska Cornhuskers at one time. In fact, he was the first player to commit to the ‘Huskers in the 2013 class.
What is intriguing to Dixon is where the schools want him to play. Yes, Dixon is technically being recruited as a safety, but he should be considered more of an athlete. While there are a slew of positions that Dixon could excel at, safety and wide receiver seem to be his two best.
Wide receiver is where Dixon would prefer to play. He considers himself an excellent playmaker, and he loves having the ball in his hands.
Seems like TCU, Houston and Arizona State agree with Dixon. All three of those schools are interested in Dixon as a wideout, which is a big reason why they have leapt up to the top his final four.
As of now, no official visits are scheduled, but that’s certain to change. Arizona State, Nebraska and TCU are finishing up arrangements with Dixon to have the playmaker come visit their respective schools.
The 6’1’’200lb athlete currently has 13 total scholarship offers from Division 1 FBS schools. Some of the big names that have offered that couldn’t crack his top four are Texas A&M, Mississippi State and Arkansas.
Regardless of where Dixon goes, he should eventually prove to be a more than capable playmaker, either at wide receiver or safety.