#6 Trent Covington
Hometown: Clarksville, Md.
Played in six of 11 games with one start … finished with 15 tackles on the year … had a season-best nine stops in the opener against Central
Appeared in nine games as a reserve defensive back … saw extensive action on special teams … made 14 tackles … second on the team with two interceptions for 30 yards … had a season-best three tackles in three games
Appeared in all 11 games with three starts … finished 11th on the team with 27 tackles … broke up four passes … had two fumble recoveries … had five tackles, recovered a fumble for a touchdown and returned a punt 70 yards for a touchdown in a 40-19 win vs. Villanova … had a season-best six tackles and recovered a fumble vs. Delaware
Long Reach High SchoolAll-State selection as a junior and senior … played quarterback and defensive back for the Lightning … named All-Metro … two-time pick as team's Most Valuable Player … passed for 3,500 yards in career … holds school record for passing yards in a game (260) … also set a school record with 17 touchdown passes in a season … also played basketball and baseball and ran track
Born March 21, 1986 in Altus, Okla. … son of Elrod and Karen Covington … has one brother and one sister … hobbies include tap dancing