SWLA Native And Former Barbe Buc Has Found A New Home In The NFL
Lake Charles Native and Former Barbe Buc have officially found a new home in the NFL.
Trey Quinn graduated from Barbe High School and started his college football career at LSU in 2014. He later transferred to SMU in 2016. He was selected by the Washington Redskins in 2018 as the last pick of the draft known as "Mr. Irrelevant". With Washington, he caught 35 passes for 273 yards and two touchdowns in two seasons with the team.
Trey has bounced around the league playing for the Redskins, Jaguars, Raiders, and Broncos. Trey played just a game with the Jaguars. Quinn also spent a season in the USFL as a member of the Michigan Panthers and was a real force to be reckoned with. That has earned him a spot on a new team in the NFL.
You may have seen Trey make headlines last season after he had a Touchdown Celebration to remember in the USFL. Trey then gave us all an amazing Napolean Dynamite-themed TD celebration that we won't soon forget. Check it out by CLICKING HERE.
The Detroit Lions have officially announced they have signed the Lake Charles native. As the Lions continue to look for depth at wide receiver, Quinn will look to make the team's 53-man roster. Players such as Marvin Jones and Jameson Williams not practicing due to injury and being on the NFI list will give Quinn the opportunity to compete.
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