Trent Irwin has spent his high school career as the top target for Hart High School quarterback Brady White, a 4-star prospect who pledged to Arizona State in May. The 6'2", 190-pound receiver enjoyed a successful day against a sensational group of secondary standouts.
He caught 14 passes and scored four touchdowns for his seven-on-seven squad in Baltimore, per Kevin Stewart of Rivals.
The effort earned Irwin wide receiver MVP honors and solidified his place among America's top high school pass-catchers. His ability to high-point the football in traffic helps separate him from the pack.
Irwin, rated No. 16 nationally among receivers in 247Sports' composite rankings, was downright dominant last fall. He finished his junior season with 76 receptions for 1,456 yards and 19 touchdowns, per MaxPreps.
The Sun Devils aim to pair him with White at the next level. However, Arizona State faces serious competition from Stanford, Cal, Penn State, Washington and several other suitors.
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