12 Facts About Marcus Trufant


Marcus Trufant played college football for Washington State Cougars, and was chosen by the Seattle Seahawks 11th overall in the 2003 NFL Draft.


From 2010 to 2012, Trufant helped mentor the young Seahawks secondary that became known as the Legion of Boom.


Marcus Trufant was the team captain for two teams as a senior.


Marcus Trufant attended Washington State University after being recruited by then-Washington State Cougars football head coach Mike Price.


Marcus Trufant started for all four years for the Cougars and was a member of the 2003 Rose Bowl team that lost to the Oklahoma Sooners in his 2002 senior year.


Marcus Trufant did not allow a single touchdown against him for his last two years there.


Marcus Trufant was selected by the Seattle Seahawks with the 11th overall pick in the 2003 NFL Draft.

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In 2007 Marcus Trufant played a big part in the Seahawks defense, intercepting a career-high 7 passes and returning one for an 84-yard touchdown.


Marcus Trufant deflected 15 passes and made 85 tackles, and was voted into the 2008 Pro Bowl in Hawaii.


On October 17,2011, Marcus Trufant was placed on injured reserve with a bruised sacrum, ending his season.


On May 7,2013, Marcus Trufant signed a contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars, reuniting him with his former defensive coordinator Gus Bradley.


Marcus Trufant started at the cornerback position as a true freshman for the University of Washington in 2009 and remained a starter through his senior year in 2012.