LSU Gold
Wide Receiver
Kentwood, La.
High School
Kentwood HS

Dynamic receiver who also doubles as a return specialist for the Tigers … Capable of making a big play anytime he’s on the field … Exceptional quickness with great hands … Has the ability to stop on a dime and reverse field … Will be a key component in LSU’s wide receiver rotation in 2021 as well as serving as a return threat … Looks to build off a strong finish to 2020 when he caught seven passes for 69 yards over the final three games of the season … Has seen action in 17 games during his LSU career … 11 career receptions for 173 yards and one touchdown … Became first LSU player to return a kickoff for a touchdown in Tiger Stadium since 1981 when he did last year against South Carolina … Has returned both a punt and a kickoff for a touchdown during his career … One of only eight players in LSU history to return both a kickoff and a punt for a touchdown during their career – others to do it include Billy Cannon, Kevin Faulk, Eddie Kennison, Trindon Holliday, Kenny Konz, Sammy Grezaffi, and Pinky Rohm.

Appeared in eight games, seeing action at wide receiver, punt returner and kickoff returner … Caught 10 passes for 108 yards … Added 241 yards and a touchdown on seven kickoff returns and eight yards on two punt returns … Returned a kickoff 93 yards for a touchdown against South Carolina on Oct. 24 … The kickoff return for TD was the first by an LSU player in Tiger Stadium since 1981 when Eric Martin returned a kickoff 100 yards for a score against Kentucky on Oct. 17 … Closed season with three receptions for 34 yards in win over Ole Miss … Had two catches for 19 yards in win over Florida … Other multi-reception game came against Alabama with two catches for 16 yards.

Played in nine games with no starts as a true freshman … Caught one pass for six yards, return three punts for 65 yards and one TD and had an 11-yard kickoff return … Reception came in season-opener against Georgia Southern … Returned a punt for a 54-yard touchdown against Northwestern State … Also had a 10-yard punt return vs. Utah State.

One of the top players in Louisiana for the Class of 2019 … Piled up 1,008 yards with nine touchdowns on 39 receptions as a senior in 2018 … Averaged 25.8 yards per catch as a senior … Led his team to the Louisiana Class 1A State Championship Game where the Kangaroos defeated Oak Grove High School, 40-21, to clinch the state title … Also complied 195 tackles, eight tackles for loss, one sack and one interception as a safety … Five-star prospect by Rivals … Four-star prospect by both 247Sports and ESPN … Listed as high as the No. 4 player in the state of Louisiana, the No. 29 prospect in the nation and the No. 2 wide receiver … Ranked No. 132 on the ESPN300 … Competed in the Dallas regional of The Opening where he ran a 4.72 in the 40 … Also excelled on the track in high school … Capped senior season by claiming Louisiana 1A state titles in the 100, 200 and ran a leg of Kentwood’s state champion 4×200 meter relay team … Ran a 10.42 to claim the 100-meter state title and won his fourth straight state championship in the 200 meters with a time of 21.11 to break a 34-year old Class 1A meet record of 21.36 set by James Andrews of Kentwood in 1985 … Coached by Jonathan Foster II.

Trey Palmer’s Career Highs
Receptions: 3 vs. Ole Miss, 2020
Receiving Yards: 34 vs. Ole Miss, 2020
Receiving TDs: 0
Longest Reception: 24 at Auburn, 2020
Punt Return Yards: 54 vs. Northwestern State, 2019
Punt Return TDs: 1 vs. Northwestern State, 2019
Long Punt Return: 54 vs. Northwestern State, 2019
Kickoff Return Yards: 118 vs. South Carolina, 2020
Kickoff Return TDs: 1 vs. South Carolina, 2020
Long Kickoff Return: 93 vs. South Carolina, 2020

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