We catch up with former Rice football wide receiver Austin Trammell on this week’s show and discuss his Rice career, NFL aspirations and more.
Austin Trammell has been a staple of the Rice football receiving corps for what feels like forever. He won’t be catching passes at South Main this coming fall, rather opting to make a run at the NFL. We discuss that decision, his time at Rice, playing through the challenges of COVID-19 on this week’s show.
We didn’t remember to ask him about the origins of The Sheriff nickname. That’ll have to wait until he makes a return visit to the show. You can always find previous episodes on the podcast page. For now, give a listen to Episode 73.
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- Austin Trammell joins the show to discuss…
- What it was like playing football in 2020
- How many quarterbacks he caught a pass from in his college career (it’s a lot!)
- The decision not to use his extra year of elligibilty
- Pro Day and training for the NFL
- What’s next for him and his plans for Draft Day
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