Career: Finished his career by starting in 37 straight games ... His 25 tackles for loss tied for eighth most all-time ... His 47 games played is the most by any player in the FBS era.
2008: Voted the Middle Tennessee Student-Athlete of the Year in April at the annual Honors Luncheon ... Named Second Team All-Sun Belt Conference by the leagues coaches and media ... Named a candidate for the Rudy Award ... Started all 12 games and had 515 total snaps, including a season-high 61 at Kentucky ... Had 26 total tackles on the year to go with 5.5 tackles for loss and a sack ... Earned 12 winning grades from the coaches ... Had one tackle each against Troy and Maryland ... Was credited with three tackles at Kentucky and was a key force in nullifying the Wildcat running game ... Picked up four tackles and a tackle for loss at Arkansas State ... Added three tackles and a quarterback sack in win over FAU ... Had three stops and a TFL at FIU ... Collected four stops, including one for a loss at Louisville ... Added three tackles and a tackle for loss in season finale against Louisiana.
2007: Started all 12 games ... Had 33 tackles, nine tackles for loss, a sack, three pass breakups, and two quarterback hurries for the season ... Played 582 snaps including a season-high 67 at ULM ... Presented the Dr. James E. Walker Junior Academic Award following spring drills ... Collected one tackle and a quarterback hurry at FAU ... Came up with four tackles including two for loss of yards at Louisville ... Added three stops against LSU and two against WKU ... Registered four tackles including one for loss of yards in win over FIU ... Had three tackles including two for loss of yards against Virginia ... Had a tackle for loss at Memphis ... Tallied four tackles including a sack and two tackles for loss of yards against ASU ... Had four tackles and a pass breakup at North Texas ... Collected four tackles and a pass breakup against ULL ... Added two tackles and a quarterback hurry at Troy.
2006: Started all 13 games as a defensive tackle ... Had a career-best 35 tackles on the season to go along with 10.5 tackles for loss ... Came out of spring drills as the starter at defensive tackle ... Registered two tackles and a quarterback sack in the Blue-White Spring Game ... Was given the Blue Raider Defensive Line award for his play during spring ball ... Also presented with the Don Craig Freshman Academic Award ... Made his first collegiate start in the win over FIU and responded with three tackles in 57 snaps played (led all defensive linemen) ... Earned a "winning performance" by the coaching staff on defense against FIU ... Had career-best five tackles at Maryland and came back with two stops in over Tennessee Tech ... Earned a "winning performance" in win over Tech ... Had two tackles for loss in 35 snaps at Oklahoma and earned a "winning performance" ... Tallied one tackle in the Blue Raiders' shutout of North Texas ... Came up with four stops in 46 plays against Louisville ... Matched his personal-best with five tackles at Louisiana-Monroe, including one for loss of yards (also had a "winning performance") ... Had four tackles, including two for loss of yards in the win over Louisiana-Lafayette to earn his second straight "winning performance" ... Came up with just one stop in win over FAU ... Collected five tackles in win at Arkansas State ... Did not have a tackle at South Carolina ... Was credited with two tackles against Troy and had two including one for loss of yards against Central Michigan in the Motor City Bowl.
2005: Played in 10 of 11 games as a true freshman at defensive tackle ... Finished the year with 11 total tackles and one tackle for loss ... Registered two tackles in his first collegiate game against Alabama in the season opener ... Also had two stops against Akron ... Was not available against FAU due to an injury ... Had one tackle versus ULL, Arkansas State, NC State, Troy, and FIU ... Added two tackles off the bench against Louisiana-Monroe.
High School: Helped lead Stratford Academy to the Georgia 3A state championship after collecting 95 total tackles, 27 tackles for loss, and eight sacks ... Tabbed the Macon Telegraph Athlete of the Year ... Rated a two-star recruit by Rivals.com ... Attended the prestigious Nike Camp, where he finished in the top ten among all defensive tackles in 40-yard dash, shuttle speed, bench press, and vertical leap (2nd) ... Had offers from Louisville, Ball State, and The Citadel ... Also lettered in basketball, wrestling, and track.
Full Name: Trevor Scott Jenkins ... Parents: Joseph and Betty Jenkins ... Born: 3/19/86 ... Major: Business Administration ... Other: Plans to get into international banking after graduation.