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Trey Vaval



Experience: R

Height: 6-0

Age: 23

Weight: 170 lbs

College: Minnesota State




  • Played his first three seasons (2019-21) at Missouri Western before transferring to Minnesota State-Mankato for his final two seasons (2022-23).
  • Played in 47 career games and recorded 114 tackles (88 solo), 18 passes defensed, eight tackles for loss, five blocked kicks, three interceptions and one sack on defense. Also played on special teams, returning 79 kicks for 1,634 yards (20.6 avg.) and one touchdown, in addition to 80 punts for 1,286 yards (16.1 avg.) and one touchdown.
  • In 2023 at Minnesota State-Mankato, he registered 31 tackles (23 solo), nine passes defensed, three tackles for loss, three blocked kicks and two interceptions in 12 games. Also returned 15 kicks for 308 yards (20.5 avg.) and one touchdown, in addition to 22 punts for 265 yards (12.0 avg.).
  • In 2022, appeared in 13 games and notched 38 tackles (29 solo), five passes defensed, two tackles for loss, two blocked kicks and one sack. Also returned 12 kicks for 309 yards (25.8 avg.), in addition to 23 punts for 439 yards (19.1 avg.) and one touchdown.
  • Named first-team D2CAA All-Super Region, second-team All-NSIC and D2CAA second-team All-American.
  • At Missouri Western in 2021, he appeared in 11 games and recorded 16 tackles (13 solo), three passes defensed, one interception and one tackle for loss, in addition to 26 kicks returned for 435 yards (16.7 avg.) and 14 punts returned for 138 yards (9.9 avg.).
  • Appeared in only two games in 2020 due to the season being canceled by the COVID-19 pandemic but the NCAA did not record those stats.
  • In 2019, he played in 11 games and recorded 29 tackles (23 solo), two tackles for loss and one pass defense. Also returned 26 kicks for 891 yards (34.3 avg.) and two touchdowns, in addition to 21 punts for 444 yards (21.1. avg.).
  • Named first-team All-MIAA as a return specialist, AFCA All-American and D2CCA first-team All-Region as a returner (2019).


  • Attended Blue South Springs (Mo.) High School.
  • Named second-team All-MIssouri as a defensive back.
  • Competed in the Blue-Grey All-American game.