Data Scout Notes: 2017: 12-29-17 - Announced Early Entry into 2018 NFL Draft…1stC...2016: 4* LSU Transfer/NAC...2015: NAC
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12/30/17 - 2017 ALL-AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): WR Trey Quinn, SMU, Jr.,...Quinn leads the nation in receptions per game (8.8), while also ranking inside the top five in receiving touchdowns (12), and the top 10 in both receiving yards (1,191) and receiving yards per game (99.3). In 12 games this season, Quinn has a team-leading 106 receptions, placing him second on SMU's single-season receptions list. His 1,191 receiving yards are fourth in a season for a Mustang. The junior has posted two of the three top-reception performances in the FBS, with 17 catches at Houston and at Cincinnati. With the 15 receptions against UConn the game prior, he became the only player this century to register 15+ catches in three straight games. He has six 100+ yard performances in 2017, including four straight starting Sept. 30 against UConn. Quinn is a semifinalist for the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award, and was one of 10 semifinalists for the Biletnikoff Award. - SMU Football
10/30/17 - OCT 30 AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE HONOR ROLL: Trey Quinn, Jr., WR, SMU, Lake Charles, La.,...Had eight receptions for 101 yards and two touchdowns in a 38-34 win against Tulsa. - American Athletic Conference Football
10/23/17 - SMU has completed 94 passes over the last three games. Trey Quinn has been on the receiving end of 49. The transfer from LSU tied his career high with 17 catches against Cincinnati on Saturday, including an incredible fourth-and-26 conversion on a 28-yard pass from Ben Hicks to keep the Mustangs alive in overtime in a 31-28 win. The game was his third straight with 15 or more receptions, making him the first player since at least 2000 to accomplish the feat, according to ESPN. The 17 receptions matched the national season high he set two weeks ago against Houston. Last week he caught 15 balls against Connecticut.
The junior from Lake Charles, Louisiana, has become the biggest threat in coach Chad Morris and offensive coordinator Joe Craddock's spread offense. His 71 receptions in seven games are most in the country, five ahead of Syracuse's Steve Ishmael, and his 110.4 yards per game rank fifth. Quinn started seven games as a freshman at LSU in 2014 and was second on the team with 17 receptions. His playing time decreased in 2015, prompting him to transfer. The Mustangs picked up a receiver who was one of the nation's most highly sought coming out of high school in 2014. He set a national career record with 6,566 receiving yards in four years at Barbe High, and he holds a number of Louisiana records. - AP College Football
10/23/17 - OCT 23 AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Trey Quinn, Jr., WR, SMU, Lake Charles, La.,...Quinn became the first player in this century to register at least 15 receptions in three consecutive games as he had 17 catches for a career-high 186 yards in SMU's 31-28 win at Cincinnati. Quinn's 17th catch against the Bearcats was a 28-yard reception in overtime on fourth-and-22 to set up the deciding field goal, and he had three receptions for first downs on a fourth-quarter drive that put the Mustangs ahead 28-20. Quinn, who accounted for 11 of SMU's 26 first downs for the game, enters this week as the national leader in receptions (10.1 per game) and is fifth nationally in receiving yards (110.4 ypg). - American Athletic Conference Football
10/09/17 - SMU's Trey Quinn had 17 catches against Houston, tied for most in the country. Last week he had 15 receptions against Connecticut. The 32 catches in two weeks increased his season total to 54, two behind Syracuse's Steve Ishmael. - AP College Football