60  Trey Magee
Trey Magee


Wakefield, Va.

High School:
Sussex Central

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 291

Offensive Guard



Appears primed for final season as a projected starter at one of offensive guard slots ... Impressed new coaching staff with lateral quickness, power numbers and adaptation to new blocking schemes ... Long-time member of the ECU front line who has patiently and loyally endured the dues-paying process as a key contributor on the scout team ... Part of a large senior-based line which will be looked upon for leadership.

2004: Provided quality depth to offensive line during junior campaign when serving on active roster ... Played in just five games and made two starts at the right guard slot (Memphis, N.C. State) ... Battled nagging injuries for most of the year ... Officially credited with participation on 133 snaps (plays) ... Earned composite grade of 78.4 percent ... Recorded 14.0 "knock-down" blocks ... Also made one solo tackle (Memphis).

2003: Experienced action in two games as a sophomore reserve offensive guard at Miami (Fla.) and Wake Forest.

2002: Played in just one game as a backup offensive guard (at Wake Forest) as a redshirt freshman. 2001. Redshirted during initial season in the ECU program ... Spent campaign as valuable member of the scout team, prepping defensive line which helped result in an appearance at the GMAC Bowl.

High School: An all-district, all-region and all-state (honorable mention) pick as a senior at Sussex Central High School ... A four-year starter for Coach Dwight Reagan ... Invited to play in the Virginia East-West All-Star Game in 2000 ... Helped guide team to a district title as a senior ... Was also a four-year starter in basketball ... Lettered in track and field, advancing to the state championship round in the shot put and discus.

Personal: Majoring in communications ... Son of Laine Magee and Sherry Leach ... Born March 28, 1983 at Hopewell, Va.