Offseason football ‘trades’ abound in Trinity League – Los Angeles Times

Southern Section football practice began Monday, and let’s hope all the players who have been switching schools around the Trinity League have learned their new fight songs and are comfortable wearing their new Nike, Under Armour or Adidas gear.

Yes, Major League Baseball had its trade deadline, but there seems to be no limit when it comes to Trinity League football teams exchanging players. The league’s six schools might want to consider hiring a general manager to decide who’s coming, who’s going and who will be the player to be named in all their personnel swaps.

Now I’m just having a little fun here, but going down the rosters the last two seasons indicates which players were part of the “future considerations” trading market.

Let’s start with receiver Amon-ra St. Brown, who started his career at Servite, then transferred with his brother, Osiris, to Santa Ana Mater Dei. In consideration for how good the St. Brown brothers turned out to be, Mater Dei sent to Servite brothers Isaiah and Jeminai Leuta-Ulu. Jeminai was a lineman on Mater Dei’s unbeaten freshman team last season. Servite also got defensive back Titus Toler, who might be the steal of that deal.