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    Trevor Rees
    Trevor Rees

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Pearland, Texas

    High School:
    Pearland

    Height / Weight:
    6-2 / 280

    Position:
    OL

    Birthdate:
    11/10/1984



    General: 2007 team co-captain ... Concluded his career with 44 career starts at center ... Talented center who had a great understanding of NU's offense ... Sat out the 2005 season due to an academic issue ... Team's starting center in 2003, 2004, 2006 and 2007 ... Consistent player ... Coaching staff had a lot of trust with him initiating the NU offense.

    2007: Lindy's and CollegeFootballNews.com preseason second-team All-Big Ten selection ... Honorable mention All-Big Ten selection (coaches and media) ... Starting center ... Co-captain ... Closed his career by making his team-best 44th career start vs. Illinois ... Sat out the Northeastern game due to a team suspension ... Returned to the starting lineup vs. Nevada and was named the team's offensive player of the game ... Earned offensive player of the week honors for the Michigan game, as well ... Played a key role in NU's offense, which finished the regular season atop the Big Ten statistics for total offense.

    2006: Named a first-team All-Big Ten preseason center by Sporting News, Phil Steele's and collegefootballnews.com ... Tabbed a second-team preseason selection by Lindy's and Athlon Sports ... Ranked No. 8 and 11 nationally among centers by Sporting News and Phil Steele's, respectively ... Played best football late in the year ... Named to numerous preseason All-Big Ten teams ... Injured in the second half of the Michigan State game, but returned to play against Michigan.

    2005: Sat out the entire season for academic reasons ... Returned to team in spring of 2006.

    2004: Started all 12 games at center ... Extended his string of consecutive starts to 21 ... Helped Northwestern rank 29th nationally in total offense ... Two of season's top performances came in wins over Ohio State and Penn State.

    2003: Named a Sporting News first-team Freshman All-American and Sporting News first-team All-Big Ten Freshman selection ... NU's NGN Offensive Newcomer of the Year ... True freshman ... Made first career start at center vs. Ohio State ... Started all eight Big Ten games and the bowl game ... Slowed in the preseason with a hamstring injury ... Playing time gradually increased throughout the nonconference portion of the schedule ... Picked up championship game performances against Penn State and Illinois.

    High School: Ranked 14th nationally among offensive centers on Rivals.com web site ... PrepStar/Rivals honorable mention all-region ... All-state, first-team All-Greater Houston and first-team All-County center ... Three-time all-district selection ... 2002 team MVP and 2001 team Offensive MVP ... Member of Texas' Hot 100 by Max Emfinger ... Finalist for the Houston Touchdown Club Offensive Player of the Year in 2002 -- only lineman selected ... Recorded 65 pancake blocks as a senior and 165 for three-year career ... Never allowed a quarterback sack ... Blocked for two 2,000-plus yard rushers ... Oilers went 10-3 his senior year and reached the region semifinals ... Went 8-4 as a sophomore (region quarterfinals) and 13-1 with a state semifinalist appearance as a junior ... Played in 2003 Bayou Bowl (Houston all-stars vs. Louisiana all-stars) ... The Oilers went unbeaten in district play in 2001 ... Also lettered two years in track, winning the 2003 district shot put title ... Advance to region meet where he faced another NU football signee, David Ngene ... Played against current NU defensive back, Herschel Henderson, and NU linebacker, Eddie Simpson ... Coached by Tony Heath.

    Personal: Born Trevor J. Rees on 11/10/84 ... Son of Keli and Drew Wall (stepfather), and Jim Rees ... Political science major.

    Rees' Career Stats

    TACKLES                G    UA     A Total    TFL-Yds    PD   FF   FR Blkd
    2003................  11     0     0     0    0.0-0       0    0    0    0
    2004................  12     0     0     0    0.0-0       0    0    0    0
    2006................  12     0     1     1    0.0-0       0    0    0    0
    2007................  12     0     0     0    0.0-0       0    0    0    0
    TOTAL...............  47     0     1     1    0.0-0       0    0    0    0