The Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League use Trey Sermon as a running back on a professional level. He weighs 98 kg and stands 1.83 m tall. His former school, Sprayberry High School, was where he also played football. During his time as an undergraduate at the University of Oklahoma, he played football for the Oklahoma Sooners.
In 2017, as a true freshman, he played in each game and had three starts. He had a productive season, carrying the ball 121 times for 744 yards and 5 touchdowns. On 164 carries in his second season, he has amassed 13 touchdowns and 947 yards of rushing offense. While playing in nine games as a junior in 2019, he carried the ball 54 times for 385 yards and four touchdowns.
He kept playing football with the Ohio State Buckeyes after transferring to the university as a graduate student in 2020. His 331 rushing yards in the 2020 Big Ten Championship Game set records for both a Football Bowl Subdivision championship game and an Ohio State player in a single game. He ran for 193 yards in the 2021 Sugar Bowl, scored a rushing touchdown, and caught 4 passes for 61 yards.
The San Francisco 49ers selected Sermon with the 88th overall pick in the third round of the 2021 NFL Draft. On August 31, 2022, the 49ers released him. The Philadelphia Eagles picked him up off waivers the following day.
Does Trey Sermon Have Any Kids?
Trey Sermon has no children currently as he is focused on his football career.