Name: Trey Garvey
School: Western Illinois University

Q: How did you get started playing football?

I was 10 years young always outside playing for fun till a close friend asked me if I wanted to play for his team. I asked my father to sign me up won 2 Pop Warner National championships and the rest is history.

Q: What separates you from all the other athletes trying to become a professional?

My heart, work ethic and will to play,  when it gets tough and difficult that only makes me work harder and harder. I play because I love the game, It’s truly a blessing to be able to say Im a professional football player.

Q: What would you consider to be your biggest accomplishment in your sports career so far?

Signing my first professional contract to play Arena Football Player, I was finally able to say that I’m a Professional Football Player.

Q: What is your biggest strength or X factor that you bring to a professional team?

I love competition it brings the best out of everyone. I give 200% with everything I do I step on that field like it’s the last time I’m going to play, I leave it all out there on the field. My teammates have to play with the same intensity knowing that my 1/11th is taken care of, only making a stronger better team.

Q: Who is or has been the most influential person in your life?

My Mother she raised 3 Children on her own the strength and patience needed is amazing she showed me there’s nothing I can’t do.

Q: What are your goals with football? If football does not work out, then what?

My primary goal is to make it to the NFL/CFL I want to play against the best, and make a name for myself. I never thought about it not working out I know I’m destined to play this game. Any and everything I do will involve this game I love so much.

Q: How did you prepare for the National Scouting Combine and what are your expectations?

I just got finished playing a season in Portugal so I’m game ready, working out, running, doing field work was all I had to do being in another country for the first time.

Q: What would be your ultimate achievement?

My ultimate achievement Is definitely going to College and receiving my Bachelors Degree on a athletic scholarship.

Q: If you have to compare yourself to a current pro player, who would it be and why?

I’ve always molded my game after Ed Reed even though he’s no longer playing that was who I grew up watching. I say him because of the ball hawking ability and Never was scared to come up and hit. Most of all his mental state always watching film knowing what’s coming at him before the ball was snapped. Everything I learned from him stuck with me making me the player I am today.