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Trae Moxley
Trae  Moxley

RS Senior

Carbondale, Colo.

High School:
Roaring Fork

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 325



Communication Studies


Spring Football Scrimmage #1

Spring Football Scrimmage #1 - 4/1/17 [Photos by Don Reichert]


Spring Football Practice #1

Colorado State spring football practice - 3/21/17 [Photos by Don Reichert]


Potato Bowl - Day 3

Potato Bowl - Day 3


CSU Football at San Diego State

CSU's regular-season finale at San Diego State, a 63-31 victory - 11/26/16 [Photos by Don Reichert]


CSU Football at UNLV

CSU football at UNLV - 10/22/16 [Photos by Abbie Parr]

2016 (Junior): Played in all 13 games and started three on the offensive line... Rams' offensive line allowed just 1.0 sacks per game, a number that ranked 8th in the country... Colorado State's offense ranked 12th in the country in passing efficiency, 31st in rushing offense. 28th in scoring offense and 30th in total offense... behind the Rams' offensive line, quarterback Nick Stevens ranked fifth in the country and first in the Mountain West with a 171.3 passer efficiency rating... blocked for three primary running backs whom all had 90+ rush attempts on the season, and a combined 2,199 total yards... Rams' offense ranked fourth in the country in Red Zone offense with a 94.3% success rate, and 38th in the country with a 59.1% 4th down conversion percentage... the offensive line allowed just one sack in the final six games of the season.
  • Helped block for 569 total yards of total offense, including 245 on the ground, in a 47-21 win over UNC (Sept. 17)
  • Blocked for 369 yards of total offense against Minnesota (Sept. 24), the most that the 35th ranked defense in FBS had allowed at that point of the season
  • Blocked for quarterback Collin Hill's career-high 370 passing yards against Wyoming (Oct. 1)
  • Helped block for 464 yards of total offense against a Utah State defense that ranked 29th in the country in yards allowed (Oct. 8)
  • The Rams became just the second team this season to rush for 100+ yards against Boise State (Oct. 15), with 184 total yards on the ground
  • At Air Force (Nov. 12), blocked for a 300-yard passer in Nick Stevens, 200-yard receiver in Michael Gallup and 100-yard rusher in Dalyn Dawkins, the first such game in CSU history
  • Blocked for a trio of 100-yard running backs against New Mexico (Nov. 19), a game in which the Rams also posted a season-high 576 yards of total offense
  • The Rams scored 63 points and put up 507 yards of total offense against a San Diego State defense that came into the game ranked eighth in the country in total defense and averaged 16.9 points allowed per game (Nov. 26)
  • Blocked for a season-high 600 yards of total offense in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl (Dec. 22), including a school-record 265 receiving yards for Bisi Johnson and a career-high 445 passing yards for quarterback Nick Stevens
2015 (Sophomore): Played in 10 games recording three starts at either left guard or left tackle... Helped block for an offense that ranked third in the Mountain West with 417.0 yards per game, and was among the nation’s leaders for tackles for loss allowed (4.62 per game; 11th), sacks allowed (1.17 per game; 22nd), third-down conversions (46.0 percent, 20th), fourth-down conversions (58.8 percent, 36th), first downs (23.15 per game, 33rd) and red-zone offense (87 percent, 44th).
  • Helped block for a season-high 598 yards of total offense, including 217 on the ground, in a 65-13 win over Savannah State (9/5).
  • Earned his first start (left guard) in CSU's conference opener at Utah State (10/3).
  • Made way for a season-most 325 rushing yards in a win over UNLV (11/14).
  • Blocked for quarterback Nick Stevens' career-high 310-yard performance in the NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl vs. Nevada (12/29).
2014 (Freshman): Played in 12 games, primarily being used on special teams... Also appeared as a backup offensive lineman.

2013 (Redshirt): Redshirted during his first collegiate season.... Moved from tight end to offensive line in the spring of 2014.

High School:
  • Is a 2013 graduate of Roaring Fork High School in Carbondale, Colo.
  • Earned All-Western Slope League honors and named Lineman of the Year after his junior campaign in 2011.
  • Named honorable mention All-Western Slope League after his sophomore season in 2010.
  • Recorded 21 tackles (12 solo) as a 14-year-old freshman in 2009.
  • Caught the eye of CSU coaches with his junior-year film, then built on that impression attending the Rams’ football camp in the summer of 2012... Showed great athletic ability for a big tight end.
  • Lettered four years apiece in football and basketball.
  • Captain for both football and basketball his senior seasons.
  • Head football coach was Tory Jensen.
  • Rated as a three-star prospect by ESPN and a two-star prospect by Scout and Rivals.
Personal: Born March 16, 1995 in Templeton, Calif. ... Hometown is Carbondale, Colo. ... Parents are Kacy DiMarco, Bill Rice, and Wade Moxley... Father played football at Cuesta College... Has three siblings - two older brothers and one older sister... Majoring in communication studies at CSU.
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