Örebro Black Knights re-sign QB Trevor Vasey

The Örebro Black Knights of the Swedish Superserien have re-signed quarterback Trevor Vasey for the upcoming 2023 season.

After another successful campaign in 2022 which saw the Black Knights reach the Superserien championship game, Vasey is now being brought back to be the main signal caller for the third season in a row. Vasey guided Örebro to the title in 2021.

Over the past two seasons, Vasey has put up impressive numbers as in nine games he has thrown for 2,171 yards and 27 touchdowns with only nine interceptions. In 2021, not only was Vasey a Swedish champion but he was also the league’s passing leader and the Superserien “Most Valuable Player of the Year”.

Before his time in Sweden, the 6’6″, 220 pound 27-year-old Vasey from Cumberland, Rhode Island, spent part of the 2019 season in the German Football League with the Dusseldorf Panther after coming in partway through the year. He would throw for 1,169 yards and nine touchdowns in the six games he started.

Vasey also spent time with the Cologne Crocodiles (German Football League) in 2017. Playing as a receiver, he caught 43 passes for 633 yards and six touchdowns. He originally came to Europe in 2016 as a quarterback for the Porvoon Butchers in Finland’s Maple League. He threw for 2,389 yards and 13 touchdowns while rushing for 225 and another three touchdowns.

Vasey attended Worcester State (NCAA Division-III) in Massachusetts where he did not play until his senior season. In 2015 he ended with a 59.7 completion percentage and threw for 2,798 yards and 18 touchdowns through 10 games

Returning to the Superserien with the Black Knights, Vasey will look to avenge his finals loss in 2022 with a vision of becoming a Swedish Champion once again in 2023.

Noah Costantino is a student and football player at Baldwin Wallace University in Cleveland, Ohio. Fueled by his love for the game he looks to continue his knowledge of football at an international level. He is majoring in Communications with a