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Draft Scout *Barrett Trotter News
03/07/12 - Auburn Pro day: Trotter measured 6-feet, 215 pounds - 28 of the NFLís 32 starting quarterbacks are taller than 6-2 - ran the 40 in an unofficial 4.82 seconds and went through a set of positional drills designed to see whether he has the tools to run an NFL offense. He also got a chance to talk to scouts. But trying to gauge an NFL teamís interest at this stage in the draft process can be difficult. ďIím not going to read into it,Ē Trotter said. ďThe feedback Iíve gotten so far from different scouts and coaches and people Iíve talked to has been complimentary of today and what I did.Ē Trotter was one of 10 underclassmen to declare early who were not invited to the NFLís annual Scouting Combine in February in Indianapolis. He knows heís not one of the top-rated prospects. But before he hangs up his cleats for good, Trotter, who has a degree in communications, wants to see whether there is any other future in football before moving on to his next step in life. ďAs far as what Iím going to do after this is all over?Ē Trotter said. ďI have no idea. Weíll cross that bridge when we get there.Ē - Joel A. Erickson, The Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
03/07/12 - 2012 Auburn Pro Day Quotes: Quarterback Barrett Trotter: On how Pro Day wentÖ"I thought we all did well and ran pretty well. I threw the ball well. Iím happy with how I did. I couldíve done better, I couldíve done worse, but overall, Iím pretty happy." On if Pro Day was what he thought it would beÖ"It was pretty much what I expected. You know coming in. In training they kind of prepare you for what is going to happen. You pretty much know ahead of time what you are going to do and how they are going to do it. I talked with Coach Yoxall earlier this week and just got the plan and schedule of how exactly and what we were going to do first all the way to the very end and it was exactly like he planned it. You pretty much know whatís coming." On why he went through Pro DayÖ"You know, exposure. Getting out there and getting in front of these scouts. Showing them you can throw the ball and jump and run and do all those things that it takes to play quarterback." - Auburn football
01/16/12 - Auburn quarterback Barrett Trotter isnít coming back for his senior season. The seven-game starter announced his decision Monday, but isnít planning to transfer. Trotter lost his starting job late in the season but relieved an injured Clint Moseley in the Chick-fil-A Bowl with perhaps his best performance. He wound up passing for 175 yards and rushing for 32 in the win over Virginia. Trotter passed for 1,184 yards and 11 touchdowns as a junior and was intercepted six times. He didnít log any significant playing time before last season. He graduated last August with a degree in communications and is still enrolled in graduate school. Trotter says, ďMy four years at Auburn has been a great experience and Iím thankful for the opportunities that Iíve had.Ē - AP Sports