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Fred Trevillon Career Stats
Re-joined the Aztecs in the spring 2017 after spending 2016 at Southwest Mississippi College ... Originally signed with the 2014 Aztec class and played Warrior (safety) in 2014, seeing plenty of time on special teams ... Played wide receiver at SMC and again last year at SDSU ... Is listed as the starting ‘X’ receiver heading into fall camp.
JUNIOR SEASON (2017)
Played in all 13 games at wide receiver, starting twice ... Had 12 catches for 327 yards, averaging 27.2 yards per grab ... Had a long of 89 yards, which was tied for the ninth-longest catch in FBS play ... Also had three rushes for 11 yards (3.7 avg.) with a long of 10 yards ... Led the country with a 27.2-yard catch average (min. 12 rec.) ... Logged time off the bench in the opener against UC Davis, his first appearance as an Aztec since 2014 ... Finished with two receptions for 38 yards (19.0 avg.) with a long of 24 yards ... The 19.0 average led the team (min. 2 catches) ... Did not find the stat sheet in time off the bench at Arizona State ... Started for the first time of his career against No. 19/19 Stanford, but did not make a catch ... Did not find the stat sheet in time off the bench at Air Force or vs. Northern Illinois ... Made a 7-yard catch in a reserve role at UNLV ... Had two catches for 128 yards and a touchdown off the bench against Boise State ... Recorded his first career 100-yard receiving game, second by an Aztec this season (also Mikah Holder) and 83rd by a SDSU player in program history (322nd occasion) ... Had an 89-yard touchdown catch, the fourth-longest passing play in SDSU history, the longest by an Aztec since Vincent Brown caught a 90-yarder from Ryan Lindley vs. No. 25 Utah on Nov. 20, 2010 and tied for the ninth longest in FBS play this year ... Gave SDSU back-to-back 100-yard receivers (Mikah Holder & Fred Trevillion) for the first time since Ezell Ruffin in 2013 (Oct. 26 & Nov. 2) ... Also gave SDSU its first back-to-back 100-yard receiving games from different players (Holder and Trevillion) since 2012 (Ezell Ruffin on Sept. 8 and Gavin Escobar on Sept. 15) ... The touchdown was the first of his career and put SDSU on the scoreboard ... Earned the start the following weekend against Fresno State, but did not make a catch ... Also did not make a catch in playing time at Hawai’i ... Made a 40-yard reception off the bench at San José State and added a career-long 10-yard rush ... Had a 13-yard catch in a reserve role against Nevada ... Also had a 4-yard rush ... Caught two passes for 67 yards and (33.5 avg.) and a touchdown in a reserve role against New Mexico ... Recorded his second touchdown catch of the season (and of his career) ... Had game highs of three catches and 34 receiving yards in reserve role against Army West Point in the Armed Forces Bowl ... The three receptions were also a career best.
AT SOUTHWEST MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE (2016)
Played in six games for Southwest Mississippi College at wide receiver ... Caught eight balls for 231 yards and two touchdowns ... Best game was against Mississippi Gulf Coast, where he had three catches for 148 yards (49.3 avg.) and two touchdowns with a long of 73 yards.
FRESHMAN (TRUE) SEASON (2014)
Played in 12 games on defense as a true freshman, recording five tackles (three solo) ... Did not play in the opener vs. Northern Arizona, but played in each of the final 12 games ... First career game came at North Carolina ... Also logged statless time at Oregon State ... Had his first career tackle (solo) the following week vs. UNLV and had another solo stop at Fresno State the next week ... Did not record a stat in playing time at New Mexico, against Hawai'i and at Nevada ... Had an assisted stop against Idaho ... Came up with a career-high two tackles (one solo) at Boise State ... Did not record a stat vs. Air Force, San Jose State and against Navy in the Poinsettia Bowl.
Twice earned all-state recognition in Mississippi and was a three-time all-region selection ... Caught 42 passes for 824 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior ... Recorded four 100-yard receiving games ... Also saw action at quarterback, punter and on special teams for the Panthers ... Was listed as a two-star recruit by Scout and Rivals ... Earned three letters in basketball for Brookhaven High as well.
Frederick Dionte Trevillion was born Oct. 13, 1994 ... Son of Stephanie Trevillion ... Chose San Diego State out of high school over Louisiana Monroe and drew interest from Arkansas, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Southern Miss, Louisiana Lafayette and Louisiana Tech ... Is majoring in social science.
Receptions: 3 vs. Army West Point (12/23/17)
Receiving Yards: 128 vs. Boise State (10/14/17)
Receiving Touchdowns: 1 vs. New Mexico (11/24/17), vs. Boise State (10/14/17)
Long Reception: 89 vs. Boise State (10/14/17)
Carries: 1 vs. Nevada (11/18/17), at San José State (11/4/17), vs. UC Davis (9/2/17)
Rushing Yards: 10 at San José State (11/4/17)
Long Rush: 10 at San José State (11/4/17)
All-Purpose Yards: 128 vs. Boise State (10/14/17)
Tackles: 2 at Boise State (11/15/14)