UB’s two main tight ends are upper classmen, and there are only two others on the roster. So it’s probably a good idea to put another in the pipeline for 2020 and Coach Lance Leipold pulled a solid recruit from Illinois.
I’d like to thank God for the position I’m in today as well as everyone who has helped me along the way... with that being said I’m very proud to announce my commitment to The State University of New York at Buffalo!!! #HornsUp pic.twitter.com/0kEc8Yw3g4— Trevor Borland (@TrevorBorland32) June 19, 2019
Trevor Borland is a Herald-News All-Area Football Team honorable mention that had offers from Kent, Central Michigan, and a long ist of FCS schools. He was also contacted by Northern Illinois.
He describes himself as a Tight end who plays like Hunter Henry, a good blocker in space and someone who might not be the biggest target in the passing game but someone who can bring in passes to give the quarterback options.
UB’s passing offense the last couple of seasons has been very long throws to solid receivers but with the loss of Tyree Jackson, Anthony Johnson, and others the offense might start to take more advantage of the short passing game.
If nothing else Borland looks like a player who could assist the Bulls run heavy offense.