Trey Sermon is a running back with the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. He is 1.83 m tall and weighs 98 kg. His alma mater was Sprayberry High School, where he played football as well. While attending the University of Oklahoma, he played football for the Oklahoma Sooners.
He participated in each game as a true freshman in 2017 and made three starts. He had a productive season with 121 carries for 744 yards and 5 touchdowns. In his second season, he had 164 carries for 947 yards of rushing offense and 13 touchdowns. When he played in nine games as a junior in 2019, he had 54 carries for 385 yards and four touchdowns.
In the year 2020, he made a graduate transfer to Ohio State University, where he resumed playing football for the Buckeyes. His 331 rushing yards in the 2020 Big Ten Championship Game were a Football Bowl Subdivision championship game record and the most by an Ohio State athlete in a single game.
He ran for 193 yards, scored a running touchdown, caught 4 catches for 61 yards, and carried the ball 13 times in the 2021 Sugar Bowl. The 88th overall pick in the third round of the 2021 NFL Draft went to the San Francisco 49ers to select Sermon. On August 31, 2022, he was cut by the 49ers. He was picked up by the Philadelphia Eagles off of waivers the next day.
How Much Does Trey Sermon Make?
Trey Sermon earns $1,218,234 as his average annual salary.