It's been a year to remember for former Barbe and LSU wide receiver Trey Quinn. Since transferring to SMU, he's made multiple headlines, from a semifinalist for the Biletnikoff Award to All-AAC and All-American Honors.
With his eight catches vs Louisiana Tech in the DXL Frisco Bowl, Quinn now holds the SMU single-season catch record with 114 receptions this season. Quinn also led the Mustangs in receiving yards (1,236) and touchdowns (13).
RECORD BROKEN! @treyquinn8 sets the SMU single-season catch record at 114 after hauling in 8-of-9 targets during the @FriscoBowlGame. He passed Jeremy Johnson (112). Congrats Trey! ?? #PonyUp pic.twitter.com/AA0yQZMUUv— #PonyUp Football (@SMU_Football) December 21, 2017
Quinn leads the nation in receptions per game (8.76), and has posted two of the three top-reception performances in the FBS this season with 17 catches at Houston and at Cincinnati. He also became the only player this century to register 15+ catches in three straight games.
No WR was more efficient from the slot this season than SMU's Trey Quinn. pic.twitter.com/lQLQAhzkvy— PFF College Football (@PFF_College) December 1, 2017
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