2000: Roberts figures to start at left offensive guard as a senior in 2000 (he also can play tackle). He had surgery on a fractured left wrist during 2000 spring practice.
PAUL HACKETT SAYS: ?Trevor is a somewhat experienced player and it appears his time has come. He had a very solid spring.?
1999: Normally an offensive guard, Roberts backed up Brent McCaffrey at offensive left tackle as a junior in 1999, but started 3 mid-season games (Notre Dame, Stanford and California) when McCaffrey was injured. He appeared in 6 games in 1999 (he missed the Hawaii, San Diego State and Oregon contests with a right ankle sprain suffered in fall camp and the Arizona State, Washington State and UCLA games with a broken left wrist suffered at California).
1998: Roberts was a backup to Travis Claridge at offensive right guard as a sophomore in 1998. He saw brief action in 2 games in 1998 (Florida State and Washington State). He missed the first half of 1998 spring practice because of a strained calf muscle.
1997: As a redshirt freshman reserve offensive guard, Roberts did not see any action in 1997 while bothered all season by a sprained right ankle suffered in the pre-season.
1996: Roberts redshirted as a freshman offensive guard in 1996, his first year at USC.
HIGH SCHOOL: He made the 1995 Super Prep All-Farwest, Bluechip All-Western, Long Beach Press-Telegram Best of the Rest, Tacoma News Tribune Western 100, Cal-Hi Sports All-State, All-CIF Southern Section, All-CIF Division IV, Los Angeles Times All-Inland Empire first team, Riverside Press Enterprise All-Riverside County first team, All-Mountain View League and Cal-Hi Sports All-Academic as a senior at Norco (Calif.) High. Norco went 12-1 in 1995. As a 1994 junior, he was selected to the Cal-Hi Sports All-State Junior, All-CIF Division IV, Riverside Press Enterprise All-Riverside County and All-Mountain View squads (Norco was the CIF Division IV runnerup). A 3-year starter, he was a member of the All-Mountain View squad as a 1993 sophomore when Norco was the CIF Division IV champion (with a 14-0 record). He also played basketball and baseball at Norco.
PERSONAL: He?s a public policy and management major at USC with a B- average (2.96 GPA). His sports hero is Walter Payton.