I remember Tre as a solid lineman and a good fella. Don't remember him much for cross country, but I'm sure he can adapt.
From SEC media relations
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Tre’ Stallings has joined the Southeastern Conference staff as Assistant Director of Championships, Commissioner Mike Slive announced Thursday.
Stallings will administer competition and championships for the sports of track and field and cross country. He will also provide support for all other conference championships.
“Tre’ is an impressive young man who has demonstrated leadership skills on the field and in the early part of his career,” said Slive. “It is always exciting to bring back one of our former student-athletes into the conference office.”
Stallings comes to the SEC after serving from September 2010 to June 2011 in the Pac-10 offices as an Administrative Fellow. In that role, he assisted with the conference’s awards program, compiled budgets for championships and officiating, assisting at various conference championships as well as working with the Pac-10 public relations staff on its website and serving as the media relations contact for gymnastics. He served as event manager for the 2011 NCAA Rowing Championships.
A Magnolia native, Stallings earned a B.A. in mathematics from Ole Miss in 2005.
As a four-year letter winner in football at Ole Miss, Stallings finished his with a streak of 48 consecutive starts, which tied Marcus Johnson (2001-04) for the Rebel record for most career starts. He was a first-team All-SEC selection by the SEC coaches during his senior season in 2005.
He was a sixth round selection in the 2006 NFL Draft by the Kansas City Chiefs and played during the 2008 season with the Baltimore Ravens, helping the team make the playoffs and the AFC Championship Game.
He also played in the NFL Europe League with the Amsterdam Admirals (2007).