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Name: Trey Knox 
College: Arkansas     Number: 7
Height: 6-4   Weight: 245
Position: TE  Pos2: H-back/WR
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2023

40 Low: 4.44
   40 Time: 4.54
  40 High: 4.64

> Projected Round: 6  Stock:    

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Height: 6035
Weight: 245

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 Data Scout Notes: 2022: NAC...2021: NAC...2020: NAC



 Trey Knox, Arkansas, Player News

  08/11/22 - TE Trey KnoxSr/2023, Arkansas, 6-4, 245 (DS#10 TE) + More +

  Tight ends coach Dowell Loggains, a former NFL offensive coordinator, said Trey Knox's move to tight end enhances his opportunity to play professionally. "Trey, who is a good special teams player, understands the value now of why that's important, why it's important for when scouts show up," Loggains said. 'They see him doing these drills, because they're going to want to know [if he can play on special teams]. "It's a 53-man roster, not 85 scholarship plus, oh, 110. It's 53 plus 10 on the practice squad, so now your special teams value is more important than it's ever been. And if you can play tight end at his size and move like he does and show special teams value, it obviously increases your NFL value." - Northwest Arkansas Times

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  08/10/22 - TE Trey KnoxSr/2023, Arkansas, 6-4, 245 (DS#10 TE) + More +

  Tre Knox, who as a freshman in 2019 had 28 receptions for 385 yards, understood he could help himself and the team by playing tight end, where the Razorbacks lacked depth. That doesn't mean the move was easy. "Last year was definitely hard," Knox said. "Not being able to learn the little nuances of playing the position, of course, because you don't have enough time to sit and really be coached on details when you're getting ready for an opponent." Knox said by going through spring practice and summer workouts he's learned more about how to block defensive ends and improved his footwork and hand placement so he can strike more effectively. "Just all the little details that make you so much better than just playing with raw strength and playing off of athleticism," he said.

Adjustments aside, the move worked out well for Knox as he became a reliable receiver for quarterback KJ Jefferson, especially in two-minute drill situations, and had 20 catches for 141 yards. "Trey comes in with a different skill set at the tight end position," Jefferson said. "I don't call him a tight end necessarily. I call him a flex-tight end because we can still put Trey out there at wide receiver and just let him play. That's his background." Jefferson said Knox creates mismatch problems for linebackers trying to cover him. "Relying on Trey, it's truly just confidence," Jefferson said. "I know he's going to be in the right spot at the right time. I know he's going to run his route. "We're able to have chemistry in those crunch situations." - Northwest Arkansas Times


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  07/28/22 - TE Trey KnoxSr/2023, Arkansas, 6-4, 245 (DS#10 TE) + More +

  Trey Knox has a humorous anecdote to explain the difference playing his old position, wide receiver, and tight end, where he will potentially be a starter this fall for Arkansas. "Playing outside receiver, on fourth-and-1 you're most likely going to run the ball, and when the ball is snapped you can just turn and watch the play. You can turn and look inside and see if we got it or not," Knox said. "As a tight end, you're involved in that play more often than not. It's just getting there and getting set and really knowing that if I don't move this guy in front of me, we're not going to get the first down. It's just a different mindset. It's just the urgency of I have to get this done and I have to get it right now."

At 6-5, Knox had always been thought of as a potential tight end, but he delayed the position move for as long as he could to hold on to the ability to play wide receiver. But after a 2020 season when his production dropped significantly and a 2021 season opener against Rice when he went without a catch, Knox approached Razorbacks coach Sam Pittman about making the change. "Coach Pittman was telling me that I block my heart out when there's run plays called," Knox said. "I said I can go play tight end and do the same thing. I'm going to get the job done. I might not look the part, I might not be the size, it might not look prettiest, but the job will get done. "I think he understood that and felt that was the best thing to do." - Northwest Arkansas Times


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  07/03/21 - TE Trey KnoxSr/2023, Arkansas, 6-4, 245 (DS#10 TE) + More +

  A pair of Arkansas football players announced Thursday they have formed brand ambassador partnerships through new NCAA name, image and likeness rules. Trey Knox, a junior receiver, has partnered with PetSmart for a social media advertising campaign, and sophomore defensive back Khari Johnson announced a partnership with gaming platform Yoke. The marketing company Playfly Sports announced the deal for Knox. Johnson announced his partnership on his Instagram page. No terms of the agreements were disclosed for either player. Knox has played in 21 games at Arkansas and has caught 35 passes for 455 yards and 3 touchdowns. Johnson recorded eight tackles in nine games last season. - Northwest Arkansas Times

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  09/09/20 - TE Trey KnoxSr/2023, Arkansas, 6-4, 245 (DS#10 TE) + More +

  Trey Knox wasn't himself last year from the end of Week 2 onward. As a University of Arkansas freshman, Knox took a shot directly on his right hip late in the Razorbacks' 31-17 loss at Ole Miss on Sept. 7, one year and one day ago. The shot slowed him at the time, eventually cost him one game, and he never got completely comfortable the rest of the year, all while piling up 28 receptions for 385 yards and 3 touchdowns. "He put his helmet right on my joint," Knox said of the hit by linebacker Donta Evans that caused his injury in Oxford, Miss. Knox took the shot to his midsection, hesitated, then drove for a few more yards before needing a moment to get up and off the field. Koilan Jackson came in for him and scored on a 6-yard pass from Nick Starkel on the next snap.

The recovery for a joint that gets tested on every rep and every step was not swift. "It took me really the whole season," Knox said. "I was battling it the whole season. I was taking shots on it week after week after week, and it wasn't getting fully healed." Knox, who sat out the Texas A&M game to rest the injury for a week, speculated it was January before he felt right again. He's expecting to unleash his full potential in 2020. - Northwest Arkansas Times


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  09/05/20 - TE Trey KnoxSr/2023, Arkansas, 6-4, 245 (DS#10 TE) + More +

  Trey Knox, another talented pass catcher and assumed starter, has somewhat quietly been putting together a solid preseason of his own, according to coaches. "He's doing well. He's making some plays," Arkansas coach Sam Pittman said Tuesday via Zoom. "Obviously, we are making a big emphasis on our wideouts in their blocking. We've gotten better there. He's always been a physical guy. We continue to have to work on getting off man press and getting open. Part of the sacks and things we've had are we've got to get people open. And he's done a good job of that.

"He's a good one-on-one ball catcher. He's done a nice job. He practices extremely hard and his skills are getting better each day." Despite a five-game stretch to end last season in which Knox caught only two passes for 28 yards and a touchdown, he finished his freshman year with 385 receiving yards - third on the team - and three touchdowns, one shy of the team lead. Knox was one of only three Razorbacks with multiple receiving touchdowns in 2019. As a sophomore, Knox would like to get back into the groove he found in Weeks 2-4 last season. Against Ole Miss, Colorado State and San Jose State, Knox hauled in 20 of his 28 catches for 261 yards and a pair of touchdowns. - Northwest Arkansas Times


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  07/11/20 - TE Trey KnoxSr/2023, Arkansas, 6-4, 245 (DS#10 TE) + More +

  If not for the coronavirus pandemic that has put the 2020 college football season in peril, University of Arkansas football fans would be stoked for Week 2. The Razorbacks, aiming to rebound under first-year Coach Sam Pittman from a dreadful three-year funk, are scheduled to play Notre Dame for the first time Sept. 12. Events from last week began to cast doubt on whether that game will be played, as reports were brewing that the Atlantic Coast Conference - with which the independent Notre Dame is affiliated with on a scheduling basis - might follow the Big Ten and Pac-12 in planning for a conference-only football schedule this fall.

The SEC is scheduled to have in-person meetings with league athletic directors on Monday, sources told the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, at the SEC office in Birmingham, Ala., to discuss the fall season in football and other matters. No firm decisions are expected from the meeting. SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey said this on Thursday: "The Southeastern Conference will continue to meet regularly with our campus leaders in the coming weeks, guided by medical advisers, to make the important decisions necessary to determine the best path forward related to the SEC fall sports. We recognize the challenges ahead and know the well-being of our student-athletes, coaches, staff and fans must remain at the forefront of those decisions." - Northwest Arkansas Times


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  05/27/20 - TE Trey KnoxSr/2023, Arkansas, 6-4, 245 (DS#10 TE) + More +

  Athletes will have their body temperature checked daily and will be screened for symptoms daily as part of the University of Arkansas' covid-19 protocol. Athletes will be tested for coronavirus if they meet certain criteria, including a fever of above 100.4 degrees or if they exhibit symptoms of the virus. "That's following CDC guidelines, that's following guidelines the SEC medical task force provided to us," UA athletics director Hunter Yurachek said Wednesday. A 14-day quarantine will be required for those who test positive, during which time a team doctor will monitor their condition. A quarantine might also be required for those who have interacted with the sick individual.

"I would foresee the roommates of that athlete being quarantined along with them," said Dave England, director of sports medicine for the Razorbacks. A quarantine will also be required of athletes who come to Fayetteville from outside the U.S. or one of four domestic hot spots - the states of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, and the city of New Orleans. Some athletes from hot spots have already entered into their quarantine period. "If somebody is coming from a hot spot, they have to contact the Department of Health themselves, and they are required to be in quarantine for 14 days," England said. - Northwest Arkansas Times


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  12/11/19 - TE Trey KnoxSr/2023, Arkansas, 6-4, 245 (DS#10 TE) + More +

  Arkansas hired Georgia assistant Sam Pittman as its head coach Sunday, giving the longtime offensive line coach his first chance to lead a college program. Pittman, an Oklahoma native, has been coaching at the FBS level since 1994 and he's been in the Southeastern Conference, including a three-year stint at Arkansas, since 2012. Athletic director Hunter Yurachek made the move official with Pittman on Twitter. Pittman has spent the last four years at Georgia working for Kirby Smart. He's known as both an ace recruiter and top-notch line coach. Pittman also has made assistant coaching stops at Tennessee, North Carolina and Northern Illinois, but this is a much different challenge. Arkansas is coming off a 2-10 season that led to the firing of coach Chad Morris after less than two seasons. The Razorbacks have not reached a bowl game since 2016 and are on their fourth head coach in less than a decade. The fans have checked out. This season, the year after a $160 million stadium renovation and expansion, the school had its two lowest-attended games since 2001. - AP College Football

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