Trevor Yankoff - Brown
Trevor Yankoff was a 4-year starter at quarterback and a member of the Charter Class of Santa Margarita. He won team awards for and Most-Valuable Player and 2X Offensive Player of the Year. He was also All-Olympic League, All-Orange County, and GTE/Rams Academic All-Orange County.
Trevor still holds the school record for Longest Punting Average in a Season 41.0 and is tied for the school record Longest Pass Completion on a 95-yard pass to David Shearer vs. Bell Gardens in 1990. He is ranked #12 All-Time in Total Offense and is the #7 Dual & Triple threat Quarterback with 3087 yards (633 rush, 2454 passing). His 2454 career yards passing from 1989-90 ranks him #10 All-Time for Career Passing. He is ranked #21 All-Time Scoring with 110 points.
After graduation, Trevor went on to play football at Brown University. In his Brown career, he was 81/178 for 1034 yards and 6 TDs. Trevor also rushed for 205 yards and 4 TDs and caught three passes for 46 yards. He experienced the best game of his career in 1993 against Harvard, rushing for 2 TDs, and passing for 2 TDs. It was a game in which Brown scored its highest point total ever against Harvard 43-29.