TreVeyon Henderson


Player profile

  • Height 5-10
  • Weight 214
  • Hometown Hopewell, Va.
  • Last School Hopewell
  • Year Jr.

Follow on Social Media
Twitter: @TreVeyonH4
Instagram: @trey.h.4

Briefly in 2022
• 2nd nationally in yards per carry (7.0) among players with 100 or more carries in ’21
• 17th nationally with 97.1 ypg; 15 rush TDs
• Go-ahead TD run of 41 yards vs. Penn State
• Carried19 times for 118 yards vs. Michigan St.
• Carried 21 times for 121 yards vs. Wisconsin
• Scored his first two TDs vs. Arkansas State

Ohio State Overview
• Is in his second year with the program and is majoring in finance
• Coming off a terrific, freshman All-American campaign in 2021 and will be considered among the top running backs in the nation in 2022
• First-team preseason All-American by Walter Camp
• Rushed for the second-most yards in Ohio State history by a freshman in 2021 with 1,248 yards, including a school freshman-record 270 yards vs. Tulsa
• Set an Ohio State freshman record with 19 touchdowns (15 rushing and four receiving)
• His 19 TDs scored on the season rank eighth in school history
• Ranked second nationally with 6.8 yards per carry
• Had the third-most rushing yards in one half by a Buckeye with 203 vs. Tulsa on his way to the fifth-most rushing yards in one game: 270, which was second-most among Power 5 running backs
• His 1,248 rushing yards ranked 23rd nationally and his 96.0 yards per game ranked 26th
• In addition to Tulsa, had at least 100 yards rushing vs. Maryland (102) and Penn State (152)
• Had 34 rushes of at least 10 yards, including four rushes of at least 50 yards which tied for the nation’s lead
• Had a 70-yard TD reception (vs. Minnesota) for five 50-or-more-yard plays from scrimmage
• Also caught 27 passes for 312 yards

Honors & Awards
2021: Freshman All-American (ESPN, The Athletic, 247Sports, Pro Football Focus); Second-team All-Big Ten

More on TreVeyon
• TreVeyon enrolled in classes at Ohio State in January 2021 along with 13 other members of the program’s 2021 recruiting class
• A five-star prospect and the nation’s No. 1-ranked running back (247Sports)
• Did not play a senior season of high school football due to Virginia moving its fall sports season to the spring as a result of COVID-19
• For his career, he compiled over 4,000 yards rushing with 50 touchdowns and helped Hopewell win its second consecutive state championship in 2019
• Scored four touchdowns in the state title game
• Played wide receiver and defensive back as a freshman and sophomore before becoming the team’s full-time running back as a junior and responded with a stat line of 2,424 yards and 45 touchdowns
• Had 3,200 all-purpose yards
• Named the 2019 Gatorade Virginia Player of the Year
• USA Today All-USA second team offense
• Is the son of Lakeesha Hayes and Trenton Henderson