Career: Three-year letter-winner at Stanford from 2000-02 ... Started 13 games at nose tackle during the '01 and '02 seasons ... Chalked up 45 tackles and four tackles for loss in his career ... Two-time Pac-10 All-Academic selection.
The 2002 Season: Started eight of Stanford's 11 games at nose tackle ... Named First-Team Academic All-Pacific-10 Conference ... Recorded 26 total tackles and one tackle for loss ... Posted career bests in solo tackles (four), assisted tackles (six) and total tackles (10) vs. Oregon on Nov. 2.
The 2001 Season: Starting nose tackle the first five games of the season before suffering an ankle injury ... Saw limited action over the final seven games of the year ... Was proving to be a quality nose tackle ... Showed great potential ... Accounted for 10 total tackles and one tackle-for-loss ... Season-best three tackles vs. Washington State ... Named Second-Team Academic All-Pac-10
The 2000 Season: Played in all 11 games as a reserve nose tackle ... Earned his first varsity letter ... Recorded nine total tackles, including two tackles-for-loss ... Had a season-high two tackles vs. Washington.
The 1999 Season: Back up nose tackle received limited playing time during the 1999 season.
The 1998 Season: Redshirted the '98 season as a true freshman.
In High School: Ernest "Trey" Freeman was one of the most talented linemen in the nation in 1997 out of Atlantic Shores Christian High School in Virginia ... PrepStar Magazine named him an All-American and rated him as the ninth best offensive lineman in the ACC region ... In 1997, as a nose tackle, he accounted for 91 total tackles, 14 tackles-for-loss, 12 sacks, six forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries and one interception for a touchdown ... As a junior, he had 98 tackles, nine tackles-for-loss and eight sacks ... First-Team All-State, All-Region and All-Conference as a senior ... Named Second-Team All-State, All-Conference and All-City as a nose tackle following his junior season ... Involved in student government and a Salvation Army volunteer ... Spent a week in El Salvador as part of the ENLACE program assisting the homeless ... Chosen to the President's Classroom, a prestigious honor for high school students ... He attended the 1996 Inaugural Ball in Washington D.C. and participated in conferences on issues effecting students today ... Member of the National Honor Society and Who's Who Among American High School Students.
Personal Information: Political Science major ... Cousin of former Washington Redskins wide receiver Art Monk, one of the great players in NFL history.
Freeman's Career Statistics
Year UT AT TT Sack/Yds TFL/Yds Int
2000 6 3 9 0/0 2/3 0
2001 4 6 10 0/0 1/2 0
2002 12 14 26 0/0 1/7 0
Totals 22 23 45 0/0 4/12 0