| Trey Hopkins
Galena Park, Texas
|Height / Weight:|
6-4 / 300
Fourth-year offensive lineman who has played in 37 games, including starts in the last 29 (16 at LG/13 at RT) ... a 2012 second team All-Big 12 choice by the coaches, San Antonio Express-News and Dallas Morning News ... prep All-American, all-state, all-area and two-time first-team all-district performer on the offensive line ... played in the 2010 U.S. Army All-American Bowl ... a member of Rivals' top 100 and ESPNU's top 150 national prospects ... ranked as the best guard by Rivals and the sixth-best guard by ESPNU ... 2011 Academic All-Big 12 first team selection ... named to the UT Athletics Director's Honor Roll (Spring 2011).
Started the first 12 games at left guard ... missed the Alamo Bowl with an injury ... a second team All-Big 12 choice by the coaches, San Antonio Express-News and Dallas Morning News ... an honorable mention all-league choice by the Associated Press ... helped the Horns post the 23rd-best scoring offense in the country (35.7 ppg) and rank 40th in total yards (434.6 pg), as well as allowing just 4.1 tackles for loss per game (No. 3 in the FBS) and 1.23 sacks (22nd in FBS) ... the offense has also posted at least 400 total yards of offense in nine games ... helped the running game post 280 yards on 6.0 ypc and not allow a sack vs. Wyoming ... enabled the offense to post 431 yards of total offense, including 285 in the air, against New Mexico ... received the Bevo Beast award (most productive o-lineman) from the coaching staff after the Lobos' game... aided the offense in posting 676 total yards vs. Ole Miss, the second-best output in school history... the offense posted more than 300 rushing (350) and 300 passing yards (326) for the third time in school history and first time in a road game ... aided the offense in posting 440 total yards, including 304 in the air from David Ash ... assisted the offense in posting 404 total yards against West Virginia and allowing Ash to be sacked just once ... helped guide the offense to 525 total yards vs. Baylor, as well as not allowing Ash to be sacked ... received the Bevo Beast award (most productive o-lineman) from the coaching staff after the Bears' game ... enabled the offense to post 427 total yards vs. Texas Tech, its seventh game of the season with an output of more than 400 yards ... received the Bevo Beast award (most productive o-lineman) from the coaching staff after the Red Raiders' game ... aided the offense in piling up 609 total yards (tied for 15th in school history), including a career-high 364 passing yards from Ash, vs. Iowa State ... aided the offense in posting 413 total yards vs. Kansas State, including 314 in the air ... sustained a stress fracture in his lower right leg against the Wildcats and had season-ending surgery.
Started all 13 games at right tackle ... Academic All-Big 12 first team selection ... helped the offense rank 21st in the nation in rushing (202.62 ypg) and average 392.54 yards in total offense ... recorded his first career start at right tackle in the season-opening game versus Rice after playing guard as a freshman ... contributed to a 441-yard rushing performance against Kansas as the offense finished with 590 total yards .... guided the offense to 595 total yards and 439 rushing yards against Texas Tech ... helped pave the way for the Texas offense to amass 506 yards and 34 points...helped the offense amass 488 total offensive yards including 284 rushing yards, 204 passing yards and 49 total points in win at UCLA ... helped the offense tally 400 yards of total offense at Iowa State ... paved the way for 231 rushing yards in the Oklahoma State game ... contributed to 557 yards of total offense with 201 rushing and 356 passing at Baylor.
Appeared in all 12 games on the offensive line, including four starts at left guard following an injury to Michael Huey ... helped Texas average 382.5 total yards per game, including 232.0 passing yards and 150.5 rushing yards ... helped the offense gain 369 yards of total offense, including 197 on the ground, at Rice ... blocked for offense that racked up 389 yards of total offense, including 222 through the air, versus Wyoming ... helped Longhorns establish a 15-minute advantage in time of possession at Texas Tech, including a 22-play, 80-yard TD drive that took 9:25 off the clock in the second half ... blocked on line that produced 349 yards of offense, including 264 in the air against UCLA ... helped offense rack up 373 yards of offense, including 266 passing yards, versus No. 8 Oklahoma ... blocked for a ground game that racked up 209 rushing yards at No. 5/4 Nebraska marking the first time in 24 games the Huskers defense had surrendered over 200 yards rushing ... plowed the way for 440 yards of total offense, including 344 in the air, versus Iowa State ... helped the offense amass 428 yards of offense, including 171 rushing yards and 257 passing yards against No. 25/24 Baylor ... blocked for an offense that totaled 412 yards, including 272 passing at Kansas State ... blocked for squad that gained 358 yards of total offense, including 216 in the air against No. 12/11 Oklahoma State ... helped pave the way for an offense that registered 51 points and 522 yards of total offense, including 259 on the ground and 263 through the air, against Florida Atlantic ... blocked for a line at that produced 359 yards of total offense against No. 17/18 Texas A&M.
Coached by David Aymond at North Shore H.S. ... prep All-American, all-state, all-area and two-time first-team all-district performer on the offensive line ... played in the 2010 U.S. Army All-American Bowl ... a member of Rivals' top 100 and ESPNU's top 150 national prospects ... ranked as the best guard by Rivals and the sixth-best guard by ESPNU ... helped North Shore post a 31-6 record over his final three seasons ... named Offensive Player of the Year by the Houston Touchdown Club as a senior ... an all-greater Houston first-team selection by the Houston Chronicle ... named third-team Dave Campbell's Texas Football Super Team ... named to the Houston Chronicle's The Houston 100, listing the top recruits in the greater Houston area ... tabbed first-team all-district 21-5A while helping North Shore to an 8-4 record and an appearance in the second round of the 5A Div. II state playoffs ... cleared the way for 361 total yards per game, including 232 on the ground ... recorded 48 pancakes and 36 knockdowns ... earned honorable mention all-state honors from the Associated Press as a junior ... an all-greater Houston first-team selection by the Houston Chronicle ... also tabbed first-team all-district while helping North Shore to a 9-1 record, a district championship and an appearance in the second round of the state playoffs ... blocked for a Mustangs offense that gained 376 total yards and 197 rushing yards per game ... tallied 44 pancakes and 40 knockdowns ... a second-team all-district selection as a sophomore ... contributed to North Shore's 14-1 record, a district championship and a berth in the state semifinals ... helped North Shore post 363 total yards per game including 207 rushing yards ... recorded 36 pancakes and 38 knockdowns.
Born in Houston, Texas ...named to the UT Athletics Director's Honor Roll (Spring 2011) ... was a finalist for the Houston Touchdown Club's Scholar Athlete award ... a four-year honor roll student ... ranked sixth out of 947 students in his senior class ... plays the saxophone and clarinet.
THE HOPKINS FILE
During pregame, I like to: Read the Bible, listen to gospel music
Favorite channel: Discovery Channel
Favorite show: Family Guy
I can't believe I watch: The Game
Favorite movie: Book of Eli
Favorite actor: Johnny Depp
Sports hero: Andre Gurode
Favorite superhero: Green Lantern
Favorite CD: "We are Young Money" by Young Money
Favorite video game: Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
Favorite cartoon character: Stewie (Family Guy)
Nobody knows I can: Play the saxophone and clarinet
Pets: Dog (Shadow)
I came to Texas because: The family atmosphere