Things About NFL Player Trey Sermon

Trey Sermon was born on 30th Jan, 1999 in Marietta , GA

In the 2020 Big Ten Championship game against Northwestern University, 

Sermon's 331 rushing yards were the most in a single game by an Ohio State player 

And the most ever in a Football Bowl Subdivision championship game. 

He was the MVP of the game. 

In the 2021 national championship game against Alabama, Sermon was injured on the first play of the game

After entering the NFL draft, he was taken 88th overall by the San Francisco 49ers.

During his rookie season, he carried the ball just 41 times for 167 yards 

And caught three passes for 26 yards and one touchdown in nine games (two starts).

He's unlikely to find much playing time this fall behind second-year pro Elijah Mitchell and veteran Jeff Wilson.

It also reduces the number of Buckeyes on active NFL rosters to 50.