The fourth Cincinnati player ever drafted by the Cardinals, Canfield started 42 of the 48 games he appeared in for Cincinnati, earning All-Big East honors for three consecutive seasons … started at both left guard and right guard in college, making 39 consecutive starts … named second-team All-American as a senior … midway through his junior season, successfully made the switch from right guard to left guard.
2008: Started all 14 games at right guard and anchored the offensive line for the 2008 Big East Conference Champions … named second-team All-American and second-team All-Big East Conference for the third straight season.
2007: Garnered second-team All-Big East recognition for the second-straight year after starting in all 13 games at right guard ... moved from the left side to the right guard spot midway through the Big East Conference schedule ... a member of the offense that averaged 36.4 points per game during the regular season.
2006: Selected as an all-Big East Conference second-team pick ... started 12-of-13 games at right guard.
2005: Developed into a regular on the offensive line and appeared in the final eight games at right guard, making three starts ... named the Topcat Scholar in the Winter.
2004: Redshirted as a true freshman.
Full name Trevor David Canfield … a three-year starter on the offensive line at Western Hills (Cincinnati, OH) High School ... earned first-team all-Southwestern Ohio Public Schools League honors and was an honorable mention all-city and all-district pick as a senior ... winner of the team’s Line of Scrimmage award ... team’s outstanding offensive player and a second-team all-league pick as a junior ... played varsity as a freshman and helped the team qualify for the state playoffs.