The UK football team falls to Missouri on Saturday, November 9, 2013, in Lexington's Commonwealth Stadium.
Earned his first game action last season ... Played primarily on special teams and proved his worth in kick coverage ... Continues to develop physically, having added approximately 15 pounds in the last year ... Joined the team in the fall of 2011 as a transfer from Campbellsville University ... Has good natural instincts and has made some nice plays in practice.
2013 (Junior): Played in all 12 games with four tackles and a fumble recovery ... Had two tackles in UK's season opener vs. WKU ... Fumble recovery came against Missouri.
2012 (Sophomore): Practiced with the team.
2011 (Redshirt Freshman): Practiced with the team but sat out game action as a transfer.
At Campbellsville: Played the 2010 season, seeing action in one game.
High School: Played quarterback and safety in high school, starting two seasons ... Outstanding senior season, leading the team in tackles, rushing yards and passing yards ... Posted 608 yards rushing his final year, plus 913 yards passing ... Was a strong defensive player as well, earning six interceptions his senior season ... For his efforts, he was named honorable-mention all-area in 2008 and 2009 ... Helped lead the team to a district championship his junior season ... Coached by Marty Jaggers and Bill Mason ... All-around athlete in high school, playing basketball, baseball and track ... Was all-state in track his junior and senior seasons, placing third in the state in the 4x200- and 4x400-meter relays both years ... Was an honor roll student all four years, while also serving as president of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and being on the Student Advisory Panel.
Personal: Born in Bowling Green, Ky. ... Son of Michelle Dunn ... His uncle Jason Dunn played at Eastern Kentucky from 1992-96 before being drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles, where he began a 13-year NFL career, mostly with Kansas City ... Cousin Mark Dunn played football at EKU from 2000-2004 ... Plans a major in communications.
Community Cats: Helped with God's Pantry program (2012, 13) and Big Blue U Move-In (2012).
Tre' Says ... Other than the NFL, my dream job is: to be the President or an international food taste tester ... I couldn't live without: my familia ... My hidden talent is: I can play guitar and ukulele and also skateboard ... My game-day superstition: wear my WWJD bracelet ... If I could pick one NFL player to model my game after, it would be: my uncle Jason Dunn, who loved the game wholeheartedly ... The coolest thing about being at UK is: I was born and raised here. The Big Blue Nation ROCKS!