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    Trey Henderson
    Trey Henderson

    Class:
    RS Junior

    Hometown:
    Vancouver, British Columbia

    Last College:
    Vancouver College

    Height / Weight:
    6-3 / 280

    Position:
    DE-DT

    Birthdate:
    10/10/1989

    Experience:
    SQ

    2008: Henderson, a multi-sport athlete, will serve as a backup defensive end and tackle as a redshirt freshman in 2008.

    2007: Henderson redshirted as a freshman defensive end in 2007, his first year at USC. He has arthroscopic surgery for torn cartilage in his right knee in 2007 fall camp and was sidelined for USC's first 6 games.

    TRACK: He threw the hammer on USC's 2008 track team. He won the Claremont Relays (185-4), was second at the UCLA dual meet (194-11), fourth at the Ben Brown Invitational (a season-best 195-2) and Trojan Invitational (194-6) and fifth at the Triton Invitational (181-9). He set a personal-best 196-3 at the NCAA West Regional meet for 13th.

    HIGH SCHOOL: His 2006 honors included All-AAA Western Conference first team as a senior defensive end and tight end at Vancouver (British Columbia) College High. He had 40 tackles and 8 sacks in 2006. Vancouver College was the runnerup in the 2006 Provincial Championship game.

    As a 2004 sophomore, he made All-Conference as he had 24 catches for 272 yards (11.3 avg.) with 3 TDs.

    He also competed in basketball and track at Vancouver College, where he set the Canadian youth record in the hammer throw (221 feet) and was the 2005 British Columbia Junior champion, British Columbia Juvenile champion and Canadian Junior silver medalist in 2005.

    PERSONAL: His real first name is Nolan. He is believed to be the first Canadian player offered a scholarship to play football at USC.

    TREY HENDERSON ON: Football versus track: "They are two different aspects of me. Football is the aggressive, loud and intense side of me. In football, you have teammates to help you if you mess up. Track is different because you are completely isolated and it really isn't much of a team sport, but more of a personal battle. I feed off of both sports and really can't put one above the other."