Posted On: 12/4/19 3:30 AM
I truly believe that there wasn’t a more dominant defensive player in the state of Minnesota during the 2019 prep football season than Minneapolis North’s Quientrail Travis. Playing for the best high school team in Minneapolis or St. Paul and one of the best 2A teams in the state, Travis could not come close to being stopped all season as he notched 83 tackles, an absurd 21 TFLs, and 17 sacks from his DL position. This dominance resulted in Travis being a unanimous All-Metro selection (MNFootballHub & Kare11), and despite every team basically setting their offensive blocking schemes around big #50, Travis could not be denied from offensive backfields and was a force to be reckoned with as North dominated all season up until a heartbreaking loss in the 2A state championship to perennial champions Caledonia.
Despite the state championship loss, there is still more than a lot to be excited about when looking at Travis as a potential college football recruit. He stands at 6’3 and weighs 275 pounds, and despite his