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#93 Trent Murphy
Position: Outside Linebacker
Height: 6'6"
Weight: 261
Year: 5th Year Senior
Hometown: Mesa, Ariz.
High School: Brophy
Major: Science, Tech. and Society
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As a Fifth-Year Senior (2013)

• Consensus All-American
• Walter Camp All-America first team
• AFCA All-America first team
• FWAA All-America first team
• Sporting News All-America first team
• Associated Press All-America second team
• CBSSports.com All-America second team
• SI.com All-America first team
• ESPN.com All-America first team
• USA Today All-America second team
• Athlon Sports All-America second team
• Phil Steele All-America first team
• Sporting News All-Pac-12
• All-Pac-12 first team
• Athlon Sports All-Pac-12 first team
• ESPN.com All-Pac-12
• Phil Steele All-Pac-12 first team
• Stanford's Jack Huston Award
• Stanford's Big Game Lineman Award (Frank Rehm Award)
• Selected to Senior Bowl
• Team captain
• Bednarik Award watch list
• Bednarik Award semifinalist
• Bronko Nagurski Award watch list
• Butkus Award watch list
• Rotary Lombardi Award watch list
• Rotary Lombardi Award semifinalist
• SI.com preseason All-America second team
• Phil Steele preseason All-America second team
• Athlon Sports preseason All-America second team
• Phil Steele preseason All-Pac-12
• Athlon Sports preseason All-Pac-12
• Lindy's preseason All-Pac-12 
• ESPN.com's preseason seventh-best Pac-12 player
• Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 7)
• Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 28)
• Stanford's co-Defensive Player of the Game vs. San Jose State (Sept. 7)
• Stanford's co-Defensive Player of the Game vs. Washington State (Sept. 28)
• Stanford's co-Defensive Player of the Game at Oregon State (Oct. 26)
• Invited to Senior Bowl
• Second nationally with 1.07 sacks/game  
• Fourth nationally with 1.7 tackles for loss/game
• 52.5 career tackles for loss (fifth in Stanford history)
• 32.5 career sacks (third in Stanford history)
• 14 games played while starting at outside linebacker
• 40 consecutive starts
• 62 tackles (37 solo), two forced fumbles, six pass breakups, one blocked kick
• Two sacks and one pass breakup in season opener against San Jose State
• Six tackles (one for loss) at Army
• Two tackles vs. Arizona State
• Two tackles and 30-yard interception return for a score against Washington State
    • Second career interception return for a score (both at CenturyLink Field)
    • Third-quarter quarterback hurry led to Richards’ pick-six
• Six tackles, two sacks, 2.5 tackles for loss and quarterback hurry vs. Washington
    • Tipped pass led to Tarpley interception
• Four tackles (two for loss), one sack at Utah
• Two sacks, one quarterback hurry vs. UCLA
• Eight tackles (four solo), 3.5 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks for 20 yards at Oregon State
     • One pass breakup, one blocked PAT
• Eight tackles (career-high 4.0 for loss, 2.0 sacks) and forced fumble at USC
• Four tackles, one sack and two pass breakups vs. Cal
    • Third player in program history with at least 30.0 career sacks
• Two tackles (0.5 for loss), one pass breakup, two quarterback hurries vs. Notre Dame
• Seven solo tackles, one forced fumble vs. Arizona State in Pac-12 Championship Game
    • 2.0 tackles for loss, 1.0 sack
• Four tackles (2.0 for loss) and 1.0 sack against Michigan State in Rose Bowl

As a Senior (2012)
• Associated Press All-America third team
• Phil Steele All-America third team
• SI.com All-America honorable mention
• CBSSports.com All-America second team
• All-Pac-12 first team
• Butkus Award semifinalist
• Started all 14 games
• Tied for 23rd nationally with 1.29 tackles for loss per game
• 29th nationally in sacks per game (0.71)
• Led team with 10.0 sacks (most since 2004) and 18.0 tackles for loss (most since 2000)
• Four tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss and 0.5 sack vs. UCLA in Pac-12 title game
• Three tackles and one pass breakup at UCLA
• Four tackles, one pass breakup at Oregon
• Two sacks at Oregon came in fourth quarter and overtime
• Three tackles and two tackles for loss vs. Oregon State
• Five tackles, two sacks (-17 yards) and 2.5 tackles for loss (-19 yards) vs. Washington State
• Season-high 10 tackles at Notre Dame
• Returned first career interception 40 yards for a touchdown at Washington
• Jack Huston Award recipient for exceptional performance and unheralded efforts

As a Junior (2011)
• Started all 13 games at outside linebacker
• 40 tackles, including 6.5 sacks among 10.0 tackles for loss
• Five tackles against San Jose State in first career start
• Four tackles at Duke
• 10 tackles (nine solo) against Oregon, including two tackles for loss
• Season-high 1.5 sacks at Oregon State
• Nine-yard sack vs. Oklahoma State in Fiesta Bowl

As a Sophomore (2010)
• Limited to two games due to injury
• Two solo tackles against Sacramento State
• Played against UCLA

As a Freshman (2009)
• Did not see action

Track and Field Career at Stanford
• Participated in track and field in spring of 2011
• 158-5 in discus at Payton Jordan Invitational
• Sixth at Big Meet with 150-8

The Murphy File
• Graduated from Brophy (Ariz.) and played for head coach Scooter Molander
• Nation’s 41st-best strong side defensive end, 19th-best recruit in Arizona by Rivals
• Nation’s 87th-best defensive end by Scout
• 59 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
• Arizona State Coaches Association, East Valley Tribune and Arizona Republic first team all-state
• 2008 Arizona Interscholastic Association Scholar Athlete Award
• Team captain as a senior
• Helped team to runner-up Arizona Division 5A1 finish as a senior and state title as a junior
• Lettered in basketball and track
• Born in Scottsdale, Ariz.
• Full name is Trenton Allen Murphy
• One of six children to Jerry and Laurie Murphy
• Older sister, Kayli, played basketball at Arizona State
• Hobbies include horseback riding, steer wrestling, fishing, hiking and snowboarding
• Majoring in science, technology and society (work, technology and social organization)

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