Tristan Petit, Class of 2021, is the Stewart Williams Company’s Robertson County Player of the Week

Both KPGFootball and the Stewart Williams Furniture Company wants to make the dreams and aspirations of the young athletes in and around Robertson County come true. After all, Robertson County has supported Stewart Williams all these years. That is why, when the opportunity presented to partner with KPGFootball to promote area, young football players, or even a coach or two, in the hopes the players’ athletic achievements would net for their families and them a college education and a better life, Stewart Williams said, count on us. 

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The first thing anyone notices about Tristan Petit (No. 75), Class of 2021, is his size. Pretty hard to miss 6-4, 325-pounds. The first comment one has to make is an expression of surprise he weighs 325-pounds. That is a good sign, as he is pretty well put together. Don’t sleep on his other attributes, particularly when it comes to his mobility and athleticism.

Tristan runs the 40-yard dash in 5.5 seconds. Tristan has a 20-inch vertical leap, broad jumps 7-1, and back squats 500-pounds. His primary position is OG but he also doubles for Springfield, in certain situations, at DT and we look for him to play both ways in 2019 as a junior, more so than he did when a sophomore.

Tristan is a kid who will find himself climbing the wish-list of Division I football programs as he answers some of the questions circulating about his motor. We saw him firing off and hitting first level defenders than basically strolling around the field a lot in his highlight film from last season. It would be a bit understated to relate his 2018 highlights were sparse, particularly for someone who was as prominent in the starting lineup as was Tristan.

In 2019 we need to see him whipping the first level and sliding off, down field, looking for additional victims. Play Through the Whistle is one of our tag-lines, but in this regard that is exactly what recruiters need to see from Petit. He needs to play through the whistle.

There are some kids around the high school game who could stand to learn a thing or two about how to market themselves. Petit is a prime example of a kid who has a sufficient frame and more than enough athleticism to be drawing early, Division I, FBS-level offers. If he isn’t, he isn’t putting himself out there sufficiently.

That shouldn’t be interpreted as meaning there aren’t schools interested in Tristan Petit. There are. However, many have told KPGFootball they are waiting to see some 2019, junior film on this particular prospect. Junior film is critically important to all prospects and will be especially important here. Petit enters 2019 with something to prove and he figures to be a safe bet to prove it.

Congratulations, to Tristan Petit of Springfield, Tennessee for being selected this week’s Stewart Williams Furniture Company’s Robertson County Player of the Week. Join us next week as we anoint a new recipient.

Reporting for KPGFootball, this is F.W. Long, reminding all of you ballers out there that #WeGotUCovered and to PLAY THROUGH THE WHISTLE.

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