Second-year freshman... Athletic offensive lineman listed No. 2 at right tackle on post-spring depth chart... Sat out 2012 as redshirt... Timed at 4.84 in 40-yard dash, broad jump measured at 9 feet, 6 inches.
2013 (Redshirt Freshman): Played all 13 games as redshirt freshman as reserve offensive lineman, tight end and on special teams... Earned first college letter... Moved from o-line to tight end four games into season... Saw snaps as backup tackle in season's first three games, totaled seven knockdowns and averaged 83 percent coaches grade... Played final 10 games at tight end, made zero receptions... Top performance on o-line came in win over Buffalo in second game, made four knockdowns and graded 83 percent... Played from scrimmage at TE in seven of final 10 games, used exclusively on special teams in three contests... Made one kick return for 18 yards in Fiesta Bowl vs. No. 15 UCF.
2012 (True Freshman): Sat out first season at Baylor and participated on practice squad, redshirted to retain eligibility... Dressed for one of 13 games, but did not see any game action.
High School: Big lineman from Memorial High School in Port Arthur, Texas... Played under head coach Kenny Harrison at MHS... Rated 10th-best offensive lineman in state and ranked No. 100 by Rivals.com's Lone Star Recruiting Top 100... National position rankings among offensive linemen: No. 44 by Scout.com, No. 45 by 247Sports.com and No. 77 by ESPN.com... Rated 127th-best prospect in state by ESPN.com... Ranked No. 84 on Scout.com's Midlands Top 150... Named to 2011 All-Greater Houston second team by Houston Chronicle following senior season... Helped Memorial to 13-2 record in 2011, named to All-District 21-5A second team... Right tackle on MHS's 9-4 team in 2010 as junior, earned All-District 21-5A first-team honors in first year as starter... Teammate of fellow Baylor signee Terrence Singleton at Memorial.
Personal: Son of Carl and Elizabeth Armstead... Full name is Tre'Von Patrick Armstead... Born June 16, 1994, in Port Arthur, Texas... Majoring in health, human performance and recreation studies.