Tre' Stallings

Tre'  Stallings


Magnolia, Miss.

High School:
South Pike

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 317




Selected by the Kansas City Chiefs in the sixth round of the 2006 NFL Draft as the 186th overall pick ...

Career: Finished his career with a streak of 48 consecutive starts, which tied Marcus Johnson (2001-04) for the Ole Miss record for most career starts ... It ended the season as the third-longest active streak in the SEC and tied for fifth-longest in the nation ... Started 29 games at left tackle and 19 at right tackle.

2005: Named first team All-SEC by the Coaches ... Started all 11 games at right tackle ... Joined LT Bobby Harris as the only offensive linemen to start every contest ... Helped pave the way for RB Mico McSwain to establish an Ole Miss freshman rushing record with 612 yards and three 100-yard performances ... One of two permanent team captains, along with DL Michael Bozeman ... Received fourth letter ... at Vanderbilt (9/17): Helped the Rebels pile up a season-high 400 yards of total offense ... vs. Wyoming (9/24): Helped McSwain record his first 100-yard rushing performance with a season-high 114 and a TD ... vs. Citadel (10.8): Helped the Rebel offense tally 366 yards of offense and McSwain notch his second 100-yard game of the year ... vs. Alabama (10/15): Named Rebel Quarterback Club Offensive Player of the Week ... Helped the offensive line not allow a sack ... vs. Kentucky (10/22): Offensive line does not allow a sack for the second straight week ... Rebel offense totals 361 yards and McSwain reaches 100-yard plateau for third time ... Named first team preseason All-SEC and the fifth-best offensive lineman in the SEC by College Football News.com ... Listed as the No. 16 offensive tackle in the nation in the preseason by The Sporting News ... Earned second team preseason All-SEC accolades from the Coaches, SEC Media, Athlon and The Sporting News ... Picked fourth team preseason All-SEC from Phil Steele's College Football Preview ... Spring 2005: Remained starter at tackle and considered the leader of the offensive line ...

2004: Made starts in all 11 games ... Started eight games at right tackle and three games at left tackle ... Earned his third letter ... vs. Memphis (9/4): Made his first career start at right tackle ... Helped the offensive line not allow a sack ... vs. Vanderbilt (9/18): Started at left tackle where he made 26 straight starts before moving over to the right side in the season opener ... Helped pave the way for junior RB Vashon Pearson's 111-yard rushing effort ... at Wyoming (9/25): Ole Miss generated a season-high 567 yards of total offense ... The Rebels recorded 221 yards rushing, including 139 yards by Pearson in what was his second straight 100-yard rushing performance ... vs. Arkansas State (10/2): Started at right guard, his first career start at that position ... Helped Pearson record his third consecutive 100-yard rushing game, netting 129 yards on 24 carries ... The offensive line did not allow a sack ... at South Carolina (10/9): Helped the offensive line not allow a sack for the second straight week ... vs. Auburn (10/30): The Rebels recorded their second-highest offensive output of the season, generating 433 yards of total offense against thenation's fourth-ranked defense ... vs. Mississippi State (11/27): Helped Ole Miss total a season-high 283 yards rushing in the 20-3 victory ... SPRING 2004: Two-year starter at left tackle who was moved to right tackle in spring, with Bobby Harris taking over No. 1 left tackle spot ... Since Tre' is naturally right handed, coaches felt move would be good for him ... Probably had as good a spring as any offensive lineman ... Talented, smart player who is considered reliable and trustworthy ... Has gotten stronger, more physical, and consistent ... An outstanding player expected to play very well during his upcoming junior year.

2003: Started all 13 games at left tackle ... Earned his second letter ... Has drawn the start at left tackle in all 26 career games played ... Helped Ole Miss rank first in the SEC in scoring (34.0 ppg), passing (286.0 ypg), and total offense (433.2 ypg) ... Ole Miss averaged 147.2 ypg rushing, an improvement of 52.9 yards per game from 2002 ... The Rebels set school season offensive record for points scored (442), TD passes (31), passing yards (3,718), passing yards per game (286.0), first downs (295), offensive plays (940), total offense (5,631) and total offense per game (433.2) ... It was the first time Ole Miss scored over 400 points in a season and the fourth straight year the Rebels have topped the 300-point mark ... Earned his second letter ... vs. Louisiana-Monroe (9/13): Helped Ole Miss total 225 yards rushing and 612 yards of total offense ... The 612 yards of offense was the second-highest single-game total in school history ... Helped the offense not allow a sack ... vs. Texas Tech (9/27): The Rebels generated 578 yards of total offense ... at Florida (10/4): Did not start at center for the first time this season ... Ole Miss recorded 485 yards of offense in the 20-17 win over the No. 24 Gators ... Helped the Rebels generate 223 yards rushing, including 107 by Ronald McClendon to give Ole Miss its first 100-yard rusher in 16 games ... vs. Arkansas State (10/11): Helped the offense post the eighth-highest single-game output in school history with 582 yards of total offense in the 55-0 win ... Ole Miss did not allow sack ... vs. Alabama (10/18): Ole Miss scored over 40 points for the fourth time this season to tie a school record in the 43-28 victory ... The Rebels recorded 216 yards rushing to post its third game this season with over 200 yards on the ground ... vs. South Carolina (11/1): Helped the Rebels total 538 yards of total offense in the 43-40 win, marking the fourth time this season Ole Miss has recorded over 500 yards of offense in a game ... The 43 points was also the Rebels' fifth game of 40 or more points to set a school single-season record for 40-point games ... at Mississippi State (11/27): Helped the offense not allow a sack during the 31-0 win ... Cotton Bowl (1/2): Helped the offensive line not allow a sack in the 31-28 win over Oklahoma State.

2002: Named to 2002 Coaches and Knoxville News-Sentinel SEC All-Freshman Teams ... Earned fourth team Freshman All-America honors from The Sporting News ... Also earned Freshman All-SEC Team accolades from The Sporting News ... Started all 13 games at left tackle ... Earned his first letter ... Helped Ole Miss finish second in the SEC in the fewest sacks allowed with 14 ... Ole Miss generated over 350 yards of total offense in 8-of-13 games, including at least 450 yards in four contests ... vs. UL-Monroe (8/31)-Memphis (9/7): Made his first career start in the season opener versus the Indians ... Helped pave the way for RB Robert Williams to open the season with back-to-back 100-yard rushing efforts ... Ole Miss gained 180 yards rushing in the season-opening 31-3 win over the Indians and 214 yards on the ground in the 38-16 win over the Tigers ... vs. Arkansas State (10/12): The Rebels rolled up a season-high 508 yards of total offense, including 320 yards passing, in a 52-17 win ... Spring 2002: Moved to left tackle during early stages of spring drills ... Received Scholar-Athlete Award from the Ole Miss Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame prior to Red-Blue game.

2001: Did not see action and was redshirted ... Although he was redshirted, was still considered the fourth tackle as he practiced with the varsity for 10 weeks ... Would have been able to play had he been forced into action due to an injury.

HIGH SCHOOL: Selected to SuperPrep All-America and Dixie Team squads ... Earned Class 4A first team All-State honors from the Mississippi Association of Coaches as well as first team All-State by The Clarion-Ledger ... Made The Clarion-Ledger Top 40 and ranked No. 7 on elite "Ten Most Wanted" ... Dandy Dozen pick ... Played in 2001 Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic in Mobile, Ala. ... Made Max Emfinger.rivals.com Nifty 150 Bluechips list ... Named to BorderWars.com Top 100, ranking No. 9 among offensive linemen ... Also made BorderWars.com second team All-South ... Received honorable mention All-Southern from Orlando Sentinel ... Was a huge interior presence in the offensive line for South Pike ... Coached by Clarence Morgan ... Earned three letters in football ... Also played center on the basketball team and ran track.

PERSONAL: Son of Robert Ray and Cynthia Stallings ... Full name is Cornelius Tre' Stallings ... Father played tight end at Southern Mississippi and for the NFL's St. Louis Cardinals ... Born: January 8, 1983 ... Majoring in Secondary Education/Mathematics ... Made the U.M.A.A. Honor Roll in Fall of 2002 ... Named to the 2002 SEC Academic Honor Roll.

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