2018-19 Football
1 Steven Newbold WR
2 Major Bellamy, Jr. WR
2 Antonio Zita K/P
3 Chris Rowland WR
4 Sabree Curtis, Jr. RB
5 Treon Harris WR
5 John Robinson IV DB
6 Christion Abercrombie LB
6 Deveon Bryant QB
7 Ronnie Killings S
7 Demry Croft QB
8 James Green LB
9 Al-Malik Moore WR
10 Dajour Nesbeth CB
10 Solomon Cummings QB
11 Jahsun Bryant LB
12 Micheal Hughes QB
12 Larry Wilhoite CB
13 DeVon Johnson WR
14 Kalen Whitlow QB
15 Kenyon Garlington DB
16 Kaemon Dunlap RB
17 Cameron Rosendahl QB
18 Terry Straughter LB
19 Josh Green DB
20 Shakur Jackson DB
21 Neiman Armstrong CB
22 Seth Rowland RB
23 Te'kendrick Roberson RB
24 Andrew Knox RB
25 Vincent Sellers DB
26 LaQuarius Cook S
27 DeMarco Corbin RB
28 Shawn McColley RB
29 Nick Harper, Jr. DB
30 Blair Edwards LB
31 Ray Coggins CB
32 Earl Harrison RB
33 Jeremiah Caine DT
34 Dieuseul Stcyr DB
35 Jordan Bell RB
36 Desmond Johnson DB
37 Michael Crawford LB
39 Donavan Wallace DB
40 Thomas Newberg LS
41 Kaleb Mosley P/K
42 Antowan Malone LB
43 Mitchell Boudreaux K
44 Landon Brazile DE
45 Dell Porter DE
46 James Reese IV DB
48 Mekhi Brown DE
49 Dewayne Johnson LB
50 Demetrius Cooley C
51 Ian Martin LB
52 Daniel Bonner LB
54 Dante' Ferguson, Jr. LB
55 Anthony Geter C
56 Justin Brown LB
58 Noah Shattuck OT
59 Timerik Cook LS
60 Lachavious Simmons OL
61 Adrian Sims DT
62 J.C. Goins III DT
63 Herman Joseph OG
64 Thomas Burton OL
65 Myles Sails OL
67 Justin Brooks OL
68 Cedrick Banks OG
70 Jamal Covington OL
73 Jamahl Jelks OL
75 Chidi Okeke OL
76 Tyrese Thornton OL
77 Keith Thomas OL
78 Raekwon Allen OG
79 Marlon Black, Jr. OT
80 Miles Cavitt TE
81 Isaiah Owens WR
82 Aaron Cauthen TE
83 Lawrence Segree II WR
84 Malik Abdul-Haqq WR
85 Robert Lilley-Sneed WR
88 Josh Trueheart TE
89 Kyle Oliver TE
90 Khalil Jones DT
91 Raymond Horton DT
94 Jeremy Patterson DT
97 Justin Culpepper DT
99 LaDarrius Jackson DT
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Treon Harris

#5 Treon Harris

HT. 5-11
WT. 195
YR. R-Sr.
HOMETOWN Miami, Fla.

2018 Phil Steele All-OVC Third Team

2018 - Redshirt Senior Season
Played in seven games at wide receiver, starting two… caught 35 passes for 476 yards and five touchdowns… caught five passes for 81 yards, including a 31 yard reception… caught a touchdown pass and threw for one at Eastern Illinois (9/22)… pulled in three catches for 51 yards against the Panthers and amassed 18 yards on his scoring pass… registered career bests in receptions (8) and yards (109) while scoring a touchdown and matching a season long of a 31 yard reception at Vanderbilt (9/29)… recorded four receptions for 44 yards at Austin Peay (10/6) and four catches for 48 at Murray State (10/13)… scored a season high two touchdowns while catching seven passes for 73 yards against Tennessee Tech (10/20)… went for 70 yards on four receptions with one touchdown at Southeast Missouri (11/3)

2017 - Redshirt Junior Season
Played in six games at quarterback, starting the first five… went 58-of-106 for 729 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions… carried the ball 54 times for 318 yards and three scores… averaged 5.9 yards per carry… rushed 11 times for 91 yards and a score in back-to-back games to open the season… led the Tigers to a win in the season opener at FBS opponent Georgia State with 236 total yards, 145 coming through the air on 12-of-25 passes… through for 78 yards, to go along with his 91 yard rushing performance at the Southern Heritage Classic versus Jackson State (9/9)… threw for a season best 211 yards and two touchdowns in a 14-of-18 feat in the Tampa Classic versus Florida A&M (9/17) and was OVC Newcomer of the Week… carried the ball 11 times for 67 yards and went 12-of-17 for 119 yards against Eastern Illinois (9/30)

2014-15 - at Florida
Played in 21 games, starting 15, completing 174-of-346 passes for 2,695 yards, 10 interceptions and 18 touchdowns… added 570 yards on the ground, carrying 171 times and reached the end zone on three occasions… As a sophomore, started the final eight games of the season, including the 2015 SEC Championship game… As a true freshman, started the final six games of the season, including an upset win over No. 9 Georgia in his first career start… was named to SEC All-Freshman Team after throwing for 1,019 yards with nine touchdowns… named team’s Offensive Player of the Game against Vanderbilt… led UF to a nine-point comeback win at Tennessee, engineering two scoring drives in the fourth quarter

Booker T. Washington HS
Guided Tim Harris’ squad to Class 4A state championships in 2012 and 2013 and a runner-up finish in 2011… was selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl… ranked as a 4-Star prospect and the No. 7 Athlete according to ESPN300