A junior from Lexington, Kentucky...

Rob Schrader

What inspired you to want to compete in the Teen Tournament?
Well, my brother did it four years ago, and I've always had sort of a knack for trivia, so... I watch Jeopardy! every night, so it was just nice to come out here and... compete.

What's your favorite subject in school?
I really like drama. I'm an actor, so I like to study plays, read plays, act in 'em. And, uh, I'd like to do that one day as a profession, so... I like drama a lot.

Do you think that will help you on today's show?
I definitely think it will help, because if there comes up about a plays, or an actor, or things of that nature, then I'll probably have recognized their work, or read it, or... it could be innumerable with my help.

If Alex Trebek were a teacher at your school, what subject would he teach?
I think Alex Trebek would be the P.E. teacher. I feel like he could get out there and really, uh, teach us how to... run and... stay in shape. I think he stays in great shape for his--for his age, so I think we could be in great shape with his help.

Tune in to see who makes the grade and who gets schooled!

2012 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $5,000.

Younger brother of 2008-B Teen Tournament semifinalist Jay Schrader.

17 at the time of the Teen Tournament.

Rob appeared in the following archived game:
#6370, aired 2012-05-04 Evan Eschliman vs. Gabriela Gonzales vs. Rob Schrader 2012 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 5.

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