‘Rockers ink first
football recruit of
By Brad Blume
Sports Information Director
South Dakota School of Mines
RAPID CITY --- The South Dakota
School of Mines football program is
already preparing for next season
getting a commitment from its first
recruit for the 2009 season.
The Hardrocker football team along
with SD Mines football head coach
Dan Kratzer is pleased to welcome
Trevor Moheit as the newest
‘Rocker football player.
“We are very excited to have Trevor
as part of our program,” Kratzer
said. “He is an outstanding
individual, as well as an outstanding
Moheit comes from Vacaville, Calif., where he was a standout player for the Vancaville Christian High
School Falcons, a team that finished this past season with a 9-2 overall mark. The 5-foot-7-inch, 170
pound running back accumulated 1,341 yards during his senior season and scored 26 rushing
touchdowns on 149 carries. He also collected 93 yards on six passes to go along with one TD reception.
“Trevor should be able to contribute to our success in many areas,” Kratzer added. “He has great field
vision and presence and has the ability to catch and run with great authority.”
Moheit was also one of the leading tacklers on the Falcon team --- a squad that earned the Sacramento-
Joaquin Section Div. VII title in 2007 and then made it back to the title game in 2008 where they were
Moheit was named MVP of his team as well as the League MVP. He was also selected First Team All
League on offense as a running back and as a linebacker for defense. Not only that, but Moheit also
scored the fifth most points in the state of California. The Falcons also awarded him best running back
and linebacker for the 2008 campaign. On top of that Moheit broke several records at VCS – most
tackles and most points to name a few.
While attending SD School of Mines, Moheit plans to major in Chemical Engineering.
SD Mines finished the 2008 with a 5-5 record and was very competitive in the Dakota Athletic
Conference. The 2009 season looks very promising for the up-and-coming Hardrockers.
South Dakota School of Mines inks it first recruit of the 2009 season
getting another standout player from California. Trevor Moheit signed a
letter of intent to be a Hardrocker this coming season. Pictured with
Trevor are his mother Denise and father Larry Moheit.
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