Trevor Olson is in his third year as an offensive graduate assistant and works primarily with the the offensive line. He previously worked in the Minnesota player personnel department in 2012.
Olson, who is a Richfield, Minn., native, played offensive tackle at Northern Illinois, where he started an NCAA-record 54 games during his career, which included four bowl games. He was a consensus All-Mid-American Conference selection each of his last two seasons. Olson earned national recognition on the preseason watch lists for the Outland Trophy and Rotary Lombardi Award. He was named a fourth-team All-American by Phil Steele in 2011.
Olson was a main reason why NIU ranked 11th nationally in both total offense and rushing offense in 2011 and why NIU ranked seventh in rushing in 2010. Off the field, Olson was a two-year member of the Team Leadership Council.
Olson earned his bachelor's degree in history from NIU in 2011.
Ten Gophers Awarded by Big Ten Conference
Ten student-athletes from the Minnesota football program on defense and special teams were recognized by the Big Ten.
O'Brien Joins Coaching Staff
Tracy Claeys announced today the hiring of Dan O'Brien to fill an open coaching position on the defensive side of the ball.
Gophers Hold Annual Awards Banquet
The University of Minnesota football team and the Goal Line Club celebrated the 2015 regular season at the annual Golden Gopher Football Banquet on Sunday afternoon at the Hilton...