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30 Trey Johnson

Career Statistics: 44 games played, six games started, 36 tackles (27 solo), four pass breakups.

2017 (Senior): Played in all 11 games, starting four at cornerback ... finished career as the only member of the class of 2018 to play in all 44 games during his time as a Bison ... totaled 11 tackles (eight solo) ... made a season-high three tackles at Cornell on Oct. 14 and against Georgetown on Nov. 11 ... shared Bucknell's Tom Gadd Coaches' Award with Ben Richard.

2016 (Junior): Saw action in all 11 games for a third-straight year ... played on special teams and cornerback ... earned two starts (vs. Lafayette, at Charleston Southern) ... registered 18 tackles and four pass breakups ... season-high six tackles came in loss at nationally ranked Charleston Southern ... season-high two pass breakups vs. VMI ... member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

2015 (Sophomore): Saw action in all 11 games on special teams ... also a reserve cornerback ... totaled three tackles, including season-high two at Fordham ... also had a tackle against Duquesne ... member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

2014 (Freshman): Regular member of special teams unit ... appeared in all 11 games ... made four tackles ... returned one punt for six yards at Holy Cross ... reserve cornerback.

Shaker Heights High School: Member of football team … three-year football varsity award … team captain … 2013 Coaches Award … N.O.C. Scholar-Athlete Award.

Personal: Trey Bradley Johnson … born April 19, 1996 in Cincinnati, Ohio … son of Craig Johnson and Toni Johnson-Young … has three siblings, Antonio, Craig and Brianna … Antonio played football at Minnesota … father, Craig, played football at Michigan State … brother, Craig, played football at Western Michigan ... majoring in psychology.

Position: Cornerback
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 190
Year: Senior
Hometown: Shaker Heights, Ohio
High School: Shaker Heights
Graduating Year: 2014
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