Height /Weight: 6-4 / 220
Hometown: Connellsville, Pa.
High School: Greensburg Central Catholic HS
Previous School: Bowling Green
At Delaware: First-year transer from Bowling Green • has sophomore eligibility after spending two years at BGSU • will battle with returning starter Tim Donnelly for starting spot in pre-season camp • also in the mix will be former starter Trevor Sasek who underwent off-season knee surgery and may be limited early on • talented quarterback with great size at 6-4 and 220 lbs. and a strong arm • transferred during Winter Session (2012) and took part in spring drills • went 7 for 16 for 53 yards and threw two interceptions in 2012 Blue-White Spring Game • earned one of three UD Strength & Conditioning Grinder Awards for 2011-12 for showing consistent improvement.
At Bowling Green: Two-year team member at NCAA Division I FBS affiliate Bowling Green for head coach Dave Clawson • team went 7-17 over his two seasons.
2011 Season: Played in four games as a backup quarterback as a redshirt freshman • completed 9 of 16 passes for 115 yards and one interception for the season • also rushed four times for 31 yards • was 6 of 10 for 69 yards vs. Western Michigan • hit on 3 of 4 passes for 46 yards in win over Morgan State • was 0 for 2 passing vs. Northern Illinois • team went 5-7 under Clawson.
2010 Season: Did not see game action and retained freshman eligibility • team went 2-10 under Clawson.
High School Honors: Standout quarterback at Greensburg Central Catholic for head coach Muzzy Collosimo • team captain • helped lead his team to a conference championship and an appearance in the state AA finals • played in East-West Pennsylvania All-Star game • first team All-State as a senior by the Associated Press • holds the school record for passing yards in a season and career • rated a 3-Star Prospect by Rivals.com.
Personal: Trenton James "Trent" Hurley • born Aug. 6, 1991 • son of James and Lauren Hurley • has one brother and one sister • enrolled in College of Arts & Sciences at Delaware • grandfather Lawrence “Bobby” Locke pitched for Cleveland, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, and California in Major League Baseball.Back To Football Home Football Story Archive