The 2005 Scouting Report: Slated to start at one of the defensive tackle spots ... Logged a significant amount of playing time as a reserve his first two seasons ... A solid player who is strong and can fill a gap ... Physical and aggressive.
2005: True junior ... Started at defensive tackle five times this season (Northern Illinois, Penn State, Michigan, Iowa and Ohio State) ... Delivered his top career performance against Michigan: career-high 11 tackles (five solos), which included a 2-yard TFL ... Earned team's defensive player of the game for that effort ... Against Iowa, notched six tackles and a key fourth-quarter pass deflection ... Totaled two tackles and a 0.5 pass sack, as well as quarterback hurry, vs. Ohio ... Registered five tackles, a 0.5 TFL and three hurries vs. Northern Illinois ... Team's third-leading tackler at Arizona State with seven hits (five solos) ... Credited with two tackles, a fumble recovery and a hurry vs. Penn State ... Logged two tackles vs. Wisconsin ... Totaled five solo tackles at Purdue (which happened to be his 21st birthday) ... Also had a 5-yard TFL vs. the Boilers ... Notched a solo tackle at Michigan State ... Three tackles vs. Illinois ... Sat out the Sun Bowl game vs. UCLA due to academic reasons.
2004: Reserve defensive tackle who played a significant number of snaps each game ... Forced a fumble vs. Arizona State ... One tackle vs. Minnesota ... Three tackles at Wisconsin ... One tackle vs. Purdue ... Totaled three tackles at Penn State ... Solo tackle vs. Michigan ... Two hits vs. Illinois.
2003: Along with linebackers Nick Roach and Adam Kadela, was one of three true freshman that logged a number of snaps on the defensive side of the ball ... Saw reserve action at defensive tackle ... Notched at least one tackle in eight of the 12 games he played ... Had two hits each versus Miami, Minnesota, Purdue and Michigan ... Named team's Scout Team Player of the Game for the Wisconsin contest.
High School: PrepStar/Rivals honorable mention all-region selection ... Lettered four years as an offensive and defensive lineman ... Two-time all-state (2001-02), three-time all-league (2000-02) and three-time all-city (2000-02) selection ... Helped the Beavers win back-to-back league championships in 1999 and 2000, and a regional title in 1999 ... As a defensive lineman, recorded 272 tackles, 27 sacks, 125 tackles for loss and seven fumble recoveries during four-year career ... Slated to play in a 2003 all-star game in July ... Also lettered four years in wrestling and track (discus/shot) ... High Honor Roll all four years ... Two-time Student of the Month ... Coached by Ed Greenman.
Personal: Born Trevor Kyle Schultz on 10/15/84 ... Son of Michele and Kirk Schultz ... Chose NU over Purdue ... Sociology major.
Schultz's Career Statistics
G UA A Total TFL Yds PD FF FR
2003 12 3 9 12 0.0 0 0 0 0
2004 12 9 8 17 1.0 2 0 1 0
2005 11 16 29 45 3.0 9 1 0 1
TOTAL 35 28 46 74 4.0 11 1 1 1