Destrehan 2019 WR Talks Recruiting

Courtney Roland, Editor
Aggie Yell

Destrehan 2019 wide receiver/running back Quinton Torbor goes one-on-one with AY.

Destrehan (LA.) 2019 athlete Quinton Torbor is the complete package. The 6-foot-2, 180-pound prospect is a threat on offense for Destrehan playing some running back and wide receiver. Torpor is also a track athlete excelling in the hurdles and at high jump. His speed on the track is seen on the grid iron and his vertical gives him the upper hand against defenders. Torbor not only excels in athletics but also in the classroom. The Destrehan coaching staff said Torbor is every coaches best friend, because of his drive on and off the field.

“I want a program where I just don’t blend into the program,” said Torbor. “I want a program that helps me better myself and it has to have what I am looking for in a school too. It’s not all just about sports. It’s also about what I am trying to go into the field for…Something to do with science; more on the biology side of science.”

Torbor’s football highlights have not been out for colleges to see very long, but as soon as they were out there for people to see Auburn jumped on the opportunity to offer Torbor.

“I know Auburn has been a top team in the SEC for the past couple of years,” said Torbor.

Auburn has been the only school to offer as of right now, but Destrehan coaches said Texas A&M has also showed interest.

“I’ve heard a lot of good things about them (Texas A&M),” said Torbor. “…They (A&M) would be up there (if an offer were to happen); in the top ten. They’ve been pretty nice.”

Torpor will do what it takes to fit into the right offense.

“At Destrehan we run the spread,” said Torbor. “I’m looking for something like that. A lot of colleges do run it, some of them don’t. I just have to get used to running in any type of offense. A passing school is traditionally where I would like to go, but not all schools like to pass. It’s more of a balance 50-50 with running.”

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