One of Army's most improved players this spring ... cited by head coach Bobby Ross on numerous occasions for outstanding performaces during month-long session ... raised overall game to next level ... active play-maker along Black Knights' defensive front wall ... explosive weapon ... emerged as disruptive force inside... boasts impressive physical strength ... possesses ability to penetrate opponent's offensive line ... improved strength and quickness dramatically with strenuous offseason program ... boasts intense work ethic ... shouldered starting berth at one of team's defensive tackle spots majority of last two seasons ... appears primed for "breakout" showing this fall ... enters preseason camp listed as starter at right defensive tackle position ... garnered 15 career starting assignments ... two-year letterman.
2003: Starter in 11 of 13 contests at one of club's defensive tackle positions ... missed starts opposite Air Force and Navy, games in which Army employed three-man front to open contest ... registered 19 tackles ... credited with 11 primary hits ... amassed career-high four stops versus East Carolina ... notched three tackles against Rutgers and Tulane ... chipped in with two stops versus Connecticut and Houston ... notched single tackles against USF, Louisville, Cincinnati, Air Force and Navy ... garnered fumble recovery against UAB.
2002: Held down reserve role at defensive tackle throughout season's early stages ... broke into starting lineup against TCU ... started four straight contests before returning to backup job prior to Tulane contest ... appeared in 11 of 12 outings ... notched 16 tackles ... credited with six primary stops ... recorded season-best three tackles in showings opposite Southern Miss and Houston ... posted two tackles versus TCU, UAB and Navy.
2001: Did not appear in a varsity contest.
High School: All-state choice as a senior at St. Thomas More High in Lafayette, La. ... played for head coach Jim Hightower ... named to all-district, all-parish (county) and all-area teams as well ... first team academic all-state selection ... second team Christian Athlete All-America choice ... three-time all-district performer ... doubled as long snapper ... lettered three times in both football and baseball ... three-time all-district baseball player ... earned all-state honors as a junior ... helped team to three district titles in football and four in baseball.
Personal: Born Oct. 6, 1982 ... given name is Trey Anthony Landry ... parents' names are Mark and Michelle Landry ... high school classmate of current Army teammates Doug Horaist and Regan Tatford ... dedicated college career to memory of former high school teammate Eraste Autin, who passed away during preseason workouts at University of Florida in the summer of 2001 ...majoring in Systems Engineering.