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Tre Roberson
CB #36
Height:
6-0
Weight:
200
Age:
24
College:
Illinois State
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BIOGRAPHY

• Played final 2 college seasons at Illinois State (FCS) after transferring from Indiana (2011-13).

• Helped Illinois State climb to national prominence, guiding team to 2014 FCS National Championship game as a junior in his 1st season on campus, facing NDSU in the title game, throwing for 3 TDs and rushing for another in the 29-27 loss.

• Named 1st-Team All-Missouri Valley Conference as a senior in 2015, accounting for 29 total TDs (18 passing, 11 rushing).

• Started 12 of 13 games at QB as a senior and led the FCS in yards per completion (18.7), finishing season with 2,225 passing yards and 777 rushing yards.

• Tabbed as MVC Newcomer of the Year in 2014 and earned 1st-Team All-Conference honors.

• Tallied 3,221 yards on 208-of-359 attempts (57.9%) with 30 TDs and 10 INTs and ran for 1,029 yards with 11 TDs.

• Had career-high 382 yards passing and 4 TDs in 2nd-round FCS playoff game vs. Northern Iowa.

• Started 4 times at QB for Indiana in 2013 and ranked 2nd in the Big Ten with a 158.9 pass efficiency mark.

• Earned Big Ten Player of the Week in 2013 vs. Purdue when he tossed 6 TDs to tie a school record, throwing for 273 yards and rushing for 151 to end day with 424 total yards.

• Granted medical redshirt in 2012 when he broke his leg in the 2nd game of the season.

• Became 1st true freshman QB in Hoosiers history to start, opening 5 of the 9 games he played, making 1st career start at Iowa and earned Big Ten Freshman of the Week.

• Named Indiana’s Mr. Football as a senior at Lawrence Central High in Indianapolis and named Class 5A All-State while guiding team to 1st 5A state title game.

• All-State choice as a junior and lettered in basketball twice.

• Grandfather, Larry Highbaugh, played DB and ran track at Indiana (1968-71), where he won the Big Ten 100, 220, long jump and sprint relay at the conference meet before going on to briefly play with the Dallas Cowboys before going on to a CFL Hall of Fame career with Edmonton.

• Majored in kinesiology/health and aspires to a career in athletic strength and conditioning.

• Played final 2 college seasons at Illinois State (FCS) after transferring from Indiana (2011-13).

• Helped Illinois State climb to national prominence, guiding team to 2014 FCS National Championship game as a junior in his 1st season on campus, facing NDSU in the title game, throwing for 3 TDs and rushing for another in the 29-27 loss.

• Named 1st-Team All-Missouri Valley Conference as a senior in 2015, accounting for 29 total TDs (18 passing, 11 rushing).

• Started 12 of 13 games at QB as a senior and led the FCS in yards per completion (18.7), finishing season with 2,225 passing yards and 777 rushing yards.

• Tabbed as MVC Newcomer of the Year in 2014 and earned 1st-Team All-Conference honors.

• Tallied 3,221 yards on 208-of-359 attempts (57.9%) with 30 TDs and 10 INTs and ran for 1,029 yards with 11 TDs.

• Had career-high 382 yards passing and 4 TDs in 2nd-round FCS playoff game vs. Northern Iowa.

• Started 4 times at QB for Indiana in 2013 and ranked 2nd in the Big Ten with a 158.9 pass efficiency mark.

• Earned Big Ten Player of the Week in 2013 vs. Purdue when he tossed 6 TDs to tie a school record, throwing for 273 yards and rushing for 151 to end day with 424 total yards.

• Granted medical redshirt in 2012 when he broke his leg in the 2nd game of the season.

• Became 1st true freshman QB in Hoosiers history to start, opening 5 of the 9 games he played, making 1st career start at Iowa and earned Big Ten Freshman of the Week.

• Named Indiana’s Mr. Football as a senior at Lawrence Central High in Indianapolis and named Class 5A All-State while guiding team to 1st 5A state title game.

• All-State choice as a junior and lettered in basketball twice.

• Grandfather, Larry Highbaugh, played DB and ran track at Indiana (1968-71), where he won the Big Ten 100, 220, long jump and sprint relay at the conference meet before going on to briefly play with the Dallas Cowboys before going on to a CFL Hall of Fame career with Edmonton.

• Majored in kinesiology/health and aspires to a career in athletic strength and conditioning.

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