Barrett Trotter

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Barrett Trotter
Sport(s) Football
Current position
Title Offensive Analyst
Team Auburn
Conference SEC
Biographical details
Born (1989-02-10) February 10, 1989 (age 29)
Mobile, Alabama
Playing career
2008–2011 Auburn
Position(s) Quarterback
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
2012 Briarwood Christian HS (QB)
2013 Arkansas State (GA)
2013–2015 St. Louis/LA Rams (Scout)
2015–2017 St. Louis/LA Rams (Offensive Assistant)
2017—2018 North Carolina (Offensive Assistant)
2018—present Auburn (Offensive Analyst)
Accomplishments and honors
Championships

Barrett Trotter (born February 10, 1989) is a former American Football quarterback. Trotter currently serves as an Offensive Football Analyst at Auburn University. In his role as Offensive Analyst, Trotter analyzes and grades player performance, breaks down practice and game film, and studies defensive film of upcoming opponents. He is also involved in the strategies and building blocks of the weekly game plan, and spotting trends that help make that plan successful. Prior to joining Auburn, Trotter spent the 2017 season as an Offensive Assistant with the North Carolina Tarheels, where he assisted in game planning, film evaluation, scouting opponent defenses, helping develop offensive schemes and game strategies, while working primarily with Receivers.

Prior to joining the Tarheels, Trotter spent 2 years with the St. Louis / Los Angeles Rams, (NFL) as an Offensive Assistant / Quality Control Coach. Trotter was responsible for breaking down film of upcoming opponents, self scouting the Rams Offense, leading the Scout Team Defense in practice, as well as assisting with the team’s Quarterbacks.

Trotter originally joined the Rams in 2013 and worked for two years in a dual capacity with Football Operations and as a Scouting Assistant. In this role, Trotter evaluated players and was responsible for gathering and tracking player information in preparation for the NFL Draft. Additionally, he helped coordinate daily football operations as well as the team’s travel, serving as the advance point person for all of the Rams’ road trips.

Trotter previously served as backup quarterback to Heisman Trophy winner Cam Newton during the 2010 Auburn Tigers National Championship Team. In 2011, he was named the starting quarterback for the Auburn Tigers football team and led the Tigers to a win over Virginia in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl. During his tenure at Auburn, he was named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll 4 consecutive years, and was a National Football Foundation's Hampton Scholar. While at Auburn, Trotter was part of a Tigers' program that earned victories in the Outback Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, Chick-Fil-A Bowl, SEC Championship, and the National Championship.

Prior to joining the Rams, Trotter was a Graduate Assistant at Arkansas State University.

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