Trevor Rawdon


Trevor Rawdon is a 6-foot-6, 190-pound defensive end for San Pasqual High School, where he competed for head coach Tony Corley. A two-sport star, Rawdon earned three varsity letters playing volleyball as a right-side hitter and two playing football.

Rawdon recorded 54 tackles, three sacks, a forced fumble and a blocked kick in his senior year, earning the Defensive MVP award for the Fighting Eagles. He was also named to the All-Valley League First-Team Defense and played in the Alex Spanos All-Star Classic.

Rawdon’s accolades off the field are just as impressive. He earned his Eagle Scout in 2017, backpacked over 450 miles and built a scoring platform for a youth baseball field. Between scouting and being a member of the National Honor Society since 2016, Rawdon has volunteered countless hours of community service. He is a focused scholar, earning a cumulative 4.14 GPA and was the founder and president of his schools Ultimate Frisbee club.

Rawdon is undecided in his college choice, applying to the University of Washington, UC Irvine, and UCLA along with others. He aspires to major in Aerospace Engineering. In his free time, Rawdon enjoys playing various sports with his friends. Trevor is the son of Reginald and Teresa Rawdon.