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Trey Benson

Trey Benson (RB) – Florida State University / Junior (redshirt)

6’1/4” / 216.0 (Combine)

2022 Stats: 13 Games, 154 Carries, 990 Rushing Yards, 6.4 Yards Per Carry, 9 Rushing Touchdowns, 13 Receptions, 144 Receiving Yards, 11.1 Yards Per Reception.



Measurables (Combine):

Hand Arm Wing
9-1/4″ 31-1/2″ 76-3/8″
40-Dash 10-Split Vertical Broad 3-Cone 20-Shuttle Bench
4.39 sec 1.52 sec 33.5″ 10’2″ *** *** ***

RAS: 9.77

Games Watched:2022 Vs. Syracuse, 2022 Vs. Georgia Tech


Benson already was a physical presence on the field in 2022 and has since packed on significant muscle in preparation for the 2023 season. Benson is equally as dangerous in between the tackles as he is outside of the tackles. Quick feet, good acceleration. Navigates through clutter well, short choppy steps with eyes up, squeezing to his OL. Hard to take down on first contact, finished runs with impact. 1 cut and go, downhill runner.


Runs a little high, creates a big target area for defensive players. Not the most shifty laterally. Suffered a major knee injury in 2020 while at the University of Oregon, per Sports Illustrated – “Benson tore his anterior cruciate ligament, medial collateral ligament, lateral meniscus, medial meniscus and another tendon during a practice late in his true freshman season.” 


Benson has the frame and overall capability to be a 3 down/bell-cow running back at the next level. In 2022, Benson accounted for 1,326 all-purpose yards which ranked as the 18th-highest single-season total in Florida State program history. In that season, Benson forced .51 missed tackles per carry which is a PFF college single-season record (stat began being tracked by PFF in 2014). Downhill ball carrier, quick feet and very solid acceleration. Finished runs and has a nose for the end zone.  Spent the 2020 and 2021 seasons at University of Oregon, and then transferred to FSU.

Completed by: @coachschepps, 08/14/23

Reviewed & edited: J. Clark, 08/14/23





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