“It’s an honor and privilege to be included with these great athletes. Their accomplishments speak for themselves but their character stands out the most.
I am grateful and humbled for this prestigious honor.”
High School: Rio Americano
College: Brigham Young University
* NFL Career: 12 years (New England, Detroit, NY Jets, Indianapolis, Washington)
* 2-Time All-Western Athletic Conference Offensive Lineman (1983, 1984)
* NCAA National Champion (1984)
* Broadcasting Career: 15 Emmy Awards
Trevor grew up in Sacramento playing at Rio Americano High School where he was one of the best lineman ever from our area. Trevor received a scholarship to BYU and had an outstanding college career playing center for the Cougars. He was a 2-time All-Western Athletic Conference selection and led BYU to the national championship in 1984.
He was selected in the first round of the 1985 NFL draft by the New England Patriots. He played his first four years with the Patriots and then went on to play for the Lions, Jets, Colts and Redskins. He played center and long snapper during his 12 year NFL career.
After retiring Trevor went into broadcasting and has had a very successful career. He is regarded as one on the top studio and play by play analysts both college football and the NFL. For his exemplary work, he has won a total of 15 Emmy awards. He worked for Fox Sports as a color commentator and analyst for their NFL and college football coverage. He currently works for ESPN and can be seen regularly serving as a college football analyst and also hosts show for ESPN Radio. He also works for Comcast Washington covering the Redskins.
Trevor is one of the best lineman ever from Sacramento who had a productive college and pro career. He along with fellow Sacramento Sports Hall of Famer Tedy Bruschi have become popular and astute broadcasters known for their preparation, analysis and delivery. Trevor will always been known as a tremendous football player and classy human being.