Trey Livingood announced Wednesday evening that he has committed to Doc Holliday and the Marshall Thundering Herd for the 2018 recruiting class.
#WeAreMarshall #GoHerd ✅⚪️ pic.twitter.com/a0zYOBiCCL— Trey #️⃣7️⃣6️⃣ (@Livingoodd76) June 14, 2017
Livingood is rated as a two-star offensive lineman per rivals. He was receiving serious interest from Ohio, Army and Eastern Kentucky. Marshall is Livingood’s only FBS offer to date.
Livingood is a huge get for the Herd. Literally. At 6’2, 280 pounds from Berea, Kentucky, he already has the size that should transition right into the college football game. Scouts see him as a guard or center at the next level.
This is Marshall’s third commit from the state of Kentucky, and third commit on the offensive line as Trey Livingood joins Ethan Bingham (OT) and Dalton Tucker (OT), as Marshall commits that hail from the Bluegrass State.
Livingood’s recruiting is far from over as he’s attended Kentucky’s camp and has been recruited by the Wildcats. With his size, if he’s able to stay injury free and continue to perform at a high level, the Herd may have to fend off big time competitors for the lineman’s signature come signing day.