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Tracy Rocker

Defensive Tackle

Tracy Quinton Rocker

Inducted 2004

Date of Birth



Atlanta, GA


Auburn University (1985-1988)


Tracy Rocker is a man with a name that says it all. At 6-foot, 2-inches and 278 pounds, he wreaked havoc in the backfields of Auburn opponents from 1985 to 1988, racking up 21 sacks, 48 tackles for a loss, and 354 tackles – 199 of which were solo. His dominating style of play warranted a place on the 1986 All-America second-team, a 1987 consensus All-America selection, a 1988 unanimous All-America selection, as well as the Lombardi and Outland trophies during his senior season. Rocker helped the Tigers claim back-to-back SEC championships in 1987 and 1988. During his time at Auburn, the Tigers were consistent winners going an impressive 37-9-2 and participating in four bowl games. More recently, Rocker was named to Auburn’s Team of the Century and team of the 1980s. He is also enshrined in the Alabama Hall of Fame. After Auburn, Rocker played two seasons in the NFL with the Washington Redskins, earning All-Rookie honors in 1990. After his playing days, Rocker returned to Auburn to complete his undergraduate degree and began a collegiate coaching career.


Height 6'3

Weight 278

Career Highlights

  • 1988 All-Conference
  • 1988 Conference MVP
  • 1988 Lombardi Award Winner
  • 1988 Outland Trophy Winner
  • 1988 Unanimous All-America
  • 1987 All-Conference
  • 1987 Consensus All-America
  • 1986 All-Conference
  • 1986 Second Team All-America
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