Trey Lamar

Trey  Lamar


Senatobia, Miss.

High School:
Magnolia Heights

Last College:
Mississippi College

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 190



2002: Did not see action ... Went through his first spring football drills as Ole Miss ... Non-scholarship player.

2001: Non-scholarship player who did not see any action.

2000: Attended Mississippi State, but did not participate in sports.

1999: Was on football team at Mississippi College.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played prep football at Magnolia Heights in Senatobia, Miss. ... Helped lead team to 10-3 record and North State title in 1998 ... Rated first team All-Conference honors at running back junior and senior seasons, while also earning honorable mention All-Conference at linebacker during senior campaign ... Selected team's Most Valuable Back last two years ... Two-time Offensive Player of the Week in 1997 and earned the same honor four times in 1998 ... As a senior, rushed for over 1,300 yards on 160 carries, scoring 21 TDs ... Career totals included over 2,600 yards rushing on 400 carries, with 36 TDs, while being credited with 210 career tackles ... Coached by Cliff Young ... Earned four letters in football, three in basketball, three in baseball, and four in track ... Averaged 10 points per game in basketball last two years ... Had .405 career batting average in baseball and threw out 45 percent of base-runners ... Was District champ in 100-meter dash in track ... In basketball, honorable mention All-Conference and helped team to North State title ... First team All-Conference catcher in baseball as Magnolia Heights went 21-9 to win 1999 North State championship ... Earned Leadership Award and was chosen to play in All-Star game, which saw him elected Most Valuable Player of the game ... Graduated Magna Cum Laude ... National Honor Society member ... Scholar-Athlete, Sewanee Award of Excellence, and Rotary Student of the Month.

PERSONAL: Son of John and Ann Lamar ... Full Name is John Thomas Lamar, III ... Born: August 5, 1980 ... Majoring in Business Studies ... Named to the U.M.A.A. Honor Roll in Spring of 2002 and in Fall of 2002.




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