|Birth Day:||March 6, 1998|
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He was a back-up quarterback during his high school career playing at Manvel High School in Manvel, Texas. He committed to play Division I college football with Florida in July 2015.
Trask did not see any action his first two years at Florida. He was originally intended to compete with Feleipe Franks for the starting job in 2017, but suffered an injury which cost him the season. In 2018, he played in four games as a backup to Franks, completing 14 of 22 passes for 162 yards and a touchdown. His season came to an end after he again injured his foot during practice. He entered his junior year in 2019 again as a backup to Franks. After Franks was injured, Trask took over as the starter. Making his first start since his freshman year of high school, Trask completed 20 of 28 passes with two touchdowns and two interceptions in a win against Tennessee. In a 56–0 win over Vanderbilt, Trask passed for 363 yards, the most passing yards in a game by a Gators' QB since Tim Tebow passed for 482 in the 2010 Sugar Bowl. In the Gators' first game of 2020 against Ole Miss, Trask eclipsed his own record, passing for 416 yards and 6 touchdowns, also setting an all-time team record for yards in a conference game in the process. Midway through the season, trask threw for 474 yards and 4 touchdowns against than #4 Georgia, he also became the first quarterback in SEC history to throw 4 touchdowns in 5 consecutive games.
In an interview done in October 2020, Trask revealed that his name was inspired by Kyle Field, the stadium of Texas A&M University.
Kyle's mom's name is Melissa.
Currently, Kyle Trask is 24 years, 7 months and 0 days old. Kyle Trask will celebrate 25th birthday on a Monday 6th of March 2023. Below we countdown to Kyle Trask upcoming birthday.