One of the most versatile players in the history of Cooper High School, Trey Dye, class of 2014, saved some of his best games for the biggest stages. In the 2013 Great American Rivalry Game against Abilene High, a 56-31 Cooper High win, Trey rushed for 174 yards on 12 carries, averaging a whopping 14.5 yards per carry, with two touchdowns. He also caught two passes for 39 yards and a touchdown. That game, along with the 45-24 bi-district win over Arlington Lamar, where Trey rushed for 282 yards on 23 carries were the hallmark games in the Cooper Cougar football career of Trey Dye.
In total, in his Cooper High School football career, Trey rushed for 1702 yards on 218 carries with 27 touchdowns, while also catching 42 passes for 716 yards and 5 touchdowns, making him a true superstar both in the Great American Rivalry series, and at Cooper High School. Trey is currently attending Brigham Young University on a football scholarship and is playing wide receiver for the BYU Cougars.