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  Trent Murphy
Trent Murphy
Player Profile
RS Senior

Phoenix, AZ

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 261



Phil Steele Names Five Cardinal to Preseason All-America Team

Yankey and Reynolds slotted on publication's first team


Open Practice Report: Lueders Leads Defense; Hogan Efficient on Offense

Crowd-Pleasing Scrimmage Nets 77 Live Plays


Open Practice Report: Vaughters, Murphy Lead Defense; Sanders Finds End Zone

Stanford held its first open practice of the 2013 spring season Saturday morning at the Elliott Football Practice Fields.


Cardinal Set to Begin Spring Practices

Center and left tackle highlight position battles; competition and development for 15 practices kicks off Feb. 25


The People Behind the Players

Each Cardinal player or coach has someone who inspired them to get here


No. 18 Stanford 54, Arizona 48 - AP Photos

Josh Nunes threw for a career-high 360 yards and two touchdowns.


Oklahoma State vs. Stanford - Fiesta Bowl

Oklahoma State vs. Stanford - Fiesta Bowl - AP Photo Gallery


Fiesta Bowl Practice 12/27/2011

Fiesta Bowl Practice 12/27/2011


Stanford vs. Notre Dame Football

Stanford vs. Notre Dame


Stanford at Oregon State - Nov. 5, 2011

Stanford at Oregon State - Nov. 5, 2011

2012 (SENIOR):Third-team Associated Press All-American started all 14 games and led the production of an historic Stanford defense...tied for 23rd nationally with 1.29 TFL/game...ranked 29th nationally with 0.71 sacks/game...led the Cardinal with 10.0 sacks (most since 2004) and 18.0 TFL (most since2000)...had four tackles, 1.5 TFL and 0.5 sack vs. UCLA (Pac-12 FCG)...made three tackles and one pass breakup at UCLA...recorded four tackles, one pass breakup and two fourth-quarter/overtime sacks at No. 1 Oregon...had three tackles and a pair of TFL vs. Oregon State...notched five tackles - 2.0 sacks for 17 yards and 2.5 TFL for 19 yards - in a win over Washington State...made a season-high 10 tackles at Notre Dame...returned first career interception 40 yards for a score at Washington...named a Butkus Award semifinalist...earned All-Pac-12 first team honors...recipient of team's Jack Huston Award for exceptional performance and unheralded efforts.

2011 (JUNIOR): Started all 13 games opposite Chase Thomas at outside linebacker...finished with 40 tackles, including 6.5 sacks among his 10.0 tackles for loss...recorded five stops in his first career start against San Jose State and followed up with a four-tackle effort the next weekend at Duke...had no more than three tackles in the next seven games before registering a career high 10 stops against Oregon, including nine solo efforts and 2.0 tackles-for-loss...credited with a season-high 1.5 sacks at Oregon State...his only tackle against Oklahoma State in the Fiesta Bowl resulted in a sack of Brandon Weeden for a loss of nine yards on a third-and-five play early in the third quarter.

2010 (SOPHOMORE): Was limited to just two games due to injury...recorded two solo stops in the season opener against Sacramento State...saw action against UCLA but did not make another appearance the rest of the way.

2009 (FRESHMAN):
Did not see action.

Participated in track and field in the spring of 2011...threw a season best of 158-5 in the discus at the Payton Jordan Invitational ... placed sixth in the discus at the Big Meet with a toss of 150-8.

Graduated from Brophy College Prep in Phoenix, Ariz. ...played for head coach Scooter Molander...rated as the 41st-best strong side defensive end in the nation and 19th-best recruit in Arizona by as the 87th-best defensive end in the nation by 59 total tackles, 9.5 sacks, three fumble recoveries and two blocked field goals as a senior...2008 Arizona Republic All-State Defensive Player of the Year...first team all-state selection by the Arizona State Coaches Association, East Valley Tribune and Arizona Republic...recipient of the 2008 Arizona Interscholastic Association Scholar Athlete Award...also served as team captain as a senior...helped Brophy to a runner-up Arizona Division 5A1 finish as a senior and a state championship as a junior...also lettered in basketball and track...parents are Jerry and Laurie of six children...older sister Kayli plays basketball at Arizona State...hobbies include reading, horseback riding, team roping, steer wrestling, fishing, hiking and snow boarding...born in Scottsdale, Ariz. ...full name is Trenton Allen Murphy...majoring in science, technology and society (work, technology & social organization).


Career Highs

Tackles:10 vs. Oregon, 2011
Tackles for Loss:2.0 vs. Oregon, 2011
Sacks:1.5 at Oregon State, 2011
Interceptions: None