Trent Bray

Trent Bray

Player Profile


Pullman, Washington

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 229



2004 - Trent quietly put together one of the best seasons in years for a Beaver linebacker...another standout at was has become a position that is traditionally a strong area of the program...he and teammate Jonathan Pollard are two of the most experienced linebackers in the conference and will provide leadership for the unit...has a knack for being around the ball, much like teammate Mitch Meeuwsen...he is also valuable on special teams as a snapper...his next tackle will give him 100 for his career.

2003 - While most of the attention was focused on the likes of Richard Seigler and Dwan Edwards, Trent Bray had an outstanding season, particularly the last half of the slate...his 76 tackles ranked second on the team and his 5.8 per game average was among the conference leaders - only seven sophomores last season had a better average per game...41 of his 76 stops came in the last five games...he started the final 11 games of the season...he had a career-high 11 tackles vs. Arizona, and nine-tackle games vs. New Mexico State and at USC...accounted for 3.5 sacks for the season and 12.5 tackles-for-loss...he co-led the team with seven tackles in the Las Vegas Bowl, and was a key figure in limiting New Mexico just 127 total yards.

2002 - He played in all 13 games and helped the club to the Insight Bowl...he participated on kick coverage units and as a reserve middle linebacker...for the season he had 23 tackles, including a season-high five vs. Fresno State ...he intercepted his only pass of his career, to date, against USC...he earned honorable mention acclaim on the Pac-10 Conference's All-Academic team

2001 - Redshirt.

PULLMAN - PrepStar Magazine selected to him the All-Region team...started at inside linebacker three years and tight end for two...Great Northern League Defensive Player of the Year his last two years...Tacoma News Tribune all-state team as a junior and MVP on defense three seasons...made 170 tackles as a senior and 160 as a a senior he had 28 tackles vs. Pendleton and a pair of 24-tackle games...also earned two letters in basketball and three in baseball (catcher) - an all-league performer in both sports.

PERSONAL: Born in Flagstaff, Arizona...son of Craig and Kaprice Bray...Craig was Oregon State's defensive coordinator and secondary coach for the 2000 through 2002 seasons, and was a member of the coaching staff at Arizona in 2003...Kaprice was a volleyball student-athlete at Western Michigan University and later coached at Washington State...has one brother and fly fishing are his hobbies...majoring in sociology with a minor in psychology.

Year	UT	AT	Total	TFL-Yds 	Sacks-Yds	CF	RC	BrUp	Int	KB	QBH
2003	51	25	76	12.5-34	3.5-21	2	1	0	0	0	2
2002	7	16	23	1.5-13	1-12	0	0	2	1	0	1
Total	58	41	99	14-47	4.5-33	2	1	2	1	0	3
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