“Quentin shopped himself around a bit and went back and forth on a few things,” said TCHS head coach Coby Lewis, adding that Bird signed his letter of intent on graduation day. “He was a tremendous asset for himself by playing defensive back this year. He wound up with two interception returns for touchdowns and did an outstanding job only playing the last six or seven games the whole time in the secondary.”
Bird’s primary position with the Wildcats was wide receiver.
“He did something that all kids should hope to do, and that is play your best game in your last game,” Lewis said. “That’s something I think he will have no regrets about. He’ll know that he continuously progressed the whole time he was in high school.”
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