Coach Andrews is High on Freshman CB

This spring there will be three cornerbacks that signed with the Seminoles in the class of 2004 that will be competing for a starting position in the secondary. Trevor Ford, who checks in at 6-foot-1 and 195 pounds, is one of those young players that's ready for the spring competition.
February 20, 2005

Ford is Ready for Spring Competition

With the graduation of cornerbacks Bryant McFadden and Leroy Smith, two starting spots have opened up. One spot looks to be secured by former prep All-American Antonio Cromartie. The other will be fierce battle this spring, which starts on March 18th, among three young cornerbacks that were signed in the class of 2004. Freshman Trevor Ford locked down wide receivers back home in Dade County during his high school days. Now, he's looking forward to the spring competition.
February 9, 2005

Fast and Furious

<b>Trevor Ford</b> is another talented freshman cornerback who has an opportunity to impress the Florida State coaching staff as <b>Antonio Cromartie</b> recovers from his knee injury. Ford, from Miami Northwestern, is concentrating on learning the Seminoles' defensive scheme and keeping pace. Click here for this update on Ford.
August 13, 2004

Noles Offer Miami Safety

Having already signed <b>J.R. Bryant</b> in February, Florida State coaches have their eyes on another Miami Killian defensive back. The Seminoles offered Thursday, causing the South Florida standout to re-evaluate his current top five.
May 14, 2004

Ford Talks About Decision

Miami (Fla.) Northwestern standout cornerback Trevor Ford announced his college decision on Countdown To Signing Day tonight. "I'm committed to Florida State," he told us.
January 22, 2004