Tre'Vonn Rybka

Defensive End
6′5″ / 265 lbs
Dickson, TN
Dickson County
Class of 2020
Rating: 92

National Avg
Rating: 90.0

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Official Visit
Georgia Tech
Mississippi State
North Carolina
Virginia Tech
West Virginia
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Name & Date
Patrick Loney
on Aug 18, 2019


5 mo ago by Patrick Loney
Sunday Night Football Recruiting Notes
Several recruits are starting to cut down their list to a more manageable amount of schools with Kentucky making the cut for a couple of them. Major in-state targets are starting to push back their commitments.Jager Burton announced he is pushing his commitment after he takes his official visits, with Kentucky being the last one. Ohio State official is planned in June but it is unlikely at this time that anyone will be visiting any school during that time as the current recruiting dead period has been extended until May 31st. With that being said, I spoke to a source who told me they still believe Burton ends up at Kentucky in the end with the best relationship and overall distance from home playing a major factor.I expect his teammate Dekel Crowdus to do the same. There has been a rumor Burton and Crowdus are a package deal of sorts and we know those don't always come to fruition, even though I mentioned in the 2020 class Tre'Vonn Rybka and Vito Tisdale were pretty close to a package deal. I do believe those two will end up at UK. As for the recent recruits who have cut their list down some. Here is what I know.Caleb Banks out of Michigan interest in Kentucky is real. With the ongoing recruiting dead period this could hurt UK chances in getting him, but he told me is interested in Kentucky and is building a solid relationship with Coach Clink. He's a three-star OL/DL. Three-star WR Deion Burks recently released his top 6 schools with Kentucky being one. Coach Clink also handling this Michigan prospect recruitment. When visits are allowed again, I expect some recruits from Michigan, like Burks, Banks, Damon Payne takes a visit to Kentucky. Three-star WR Markus Allen from Ohio cut his list down recently also. Coach Marrow is handling his recruitment and when visits start up again, I have heard Allen will be taking a visit to Kentucky when visits are allowed again.An interesting side note:I spoke with 2022 Florida Gators commit Syveion Ellis last night. He told me he is still in contact with Kentucky's coaching staff. He told me that he is "very" interested in the Wildcats and most definitely will take a visit to Lexington when allowed. Ellis trainer was the same trainer for Kentucky OLB Samuel Anaele.
10 mo ago by Patrick Loney
Monday Recruiting Notes
Marrow and Stoops are in Tennessee. Marrow is planning to visit Tyler Baron today as they have finished up visiting four-star defensive end commit Tre'Vonn Rybka. Kentucky is keeping tabs on Missouri commit (they contacted him before Odom got fired). When Ole Miss fired Matt Luke last night that put Kentucky in prime position for Josaih Hayes. Mississippi State is real significant threat for Hayes with him and Eric Taylor officially visiting this weekend. Taylor informed me that the LSU coaches have no issue for him not planning on signing on the 18th (grades are an issue) but I found out LSU plans to fill his spot on the 18th. That could leave him to UK if the Cats take him. I would rank Hayes above Taylor at this time. Secondly, keep a close eye on JJ Hester. Four-star WR could be the replacement for Watkins. He is open to taking visits and Kentucky could push for one this weekend or next when Damien Alford will he officially visiting on the 13th (final weekend for visits before signing day). I fully expect Gatewood to be a Kentucky Wildcat sooner than later as well.
10 mo ago by Patrick Loney
Louisville Visitor List
This list is a running list that will be updated periodically.Commits:Beau Allen John Young Deondre Buford Earnest Sanders Justin Rogers Tre'Vonn Rybka Andru Phillips JuTahn McClain Torrance Davis Uncommitted:Tyson Watson Jager Burton Jamie Felix
11 mo ago by Patrick Loney
Big Blue Banter Football Recruiting Flight Deck
The latest in Kentucky Football Recruiting. Who is trending towards Kentucky? Who could be the next commit? Who to watch for in the next few months? All of that and so much more in the Big Blue Banter Flight Deck.
11 mo ago by Patrick Loney
Late Night Recruiting Updates
Kentucky had not one but two commits visited elsewhere this past weekend. Tre'Vonn Rybka visited Oregon officially and will take one more official visit, but with that being said he is all BBN. He will be back in Lexington this weekend unofficially. He is recruiting Tyler Baron and Vito Tisdale to Kentucky. As for the hot topic is Jordan Watkins his unofficial visit to Louisville went really well, but I've been told by multiple sources he is committed to Kentucky and from everything I've been told he is focused on his HS team and doesn't want any distractions.Earnest Sanders will be back in Lexington for the Tennessee game and I expect Justin Rogers and Deondre Buford to join him on the visit as Sanders has told me all along is visit as much as possible and those three talk all the time about coming back down to Lexington.
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99-100: Elite national prospect (Five-star)

Considered one of the best prospects in the nation and a likely difference-maker at the collegiate level. Displays all of the physical skills to be a future All-American with potential to be an early-round NFL draft pick.

90-98: Elite state prospect (Four-star)

Considered one of the best 30-40 prospects in the state and a top 250 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to be a major early contributor at the collegiate level with high professional potential.

80-89: Quality prospect (Three-star)

Considered one of the best 100 prospects in the state and a top 500 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to develop into a contributor over the course of his college career. Has the ability to become a professional prospect over time with development.

70-79: Solid prospect (Two-star)

Considered one of the top 250 prospects in the state. Has the physical skills to be a potential contributor at a D-1 program over the course of his collegiate career with significant development. Professional potential is low.

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