Tennessee State’s Mosley named to FCS Punter of the Year Watch List

Tennessee State senior Kaleb Mosley was named to the 2022 FCS Punter of the Year Preseason Watch List, honoring the nation’s top FCS punter, put forth by The Augusta Sports Council.

Mosley, a senior punter out of Carver HS in Montgomery , Alabama , paced the OVC last season, averaging 41.7 yards per punt. Twenty-five percent, or 15, of his 62 punts were downed inside the 20-yard-line, with another 16%, 10 out 62, being 50-plus yard kicks, with his longest traveling 61 yards.

The Punter of the Year will be announced at the conclusion of regular season play.

2022 Preseason Watchlist
Aaron Trusler, Richmond
Aubrey Grace, Alabama State
Austin Dunlap, Southeastern Louisiana
Brady Buell, Houston Baptist
Bryce Leighton, Montana State
Chris Faddoul, Florida A&M
Davey Schaum-Bartocci, Rhode Island
Grant Burkett, Missouri State
Jake Gerardi, Southern Utah
Josh Sanchez, Arkansas Pine Bluff
Kaedin Steindorf, North Dakota State
Kaleb Mosley, Tennessee State
Landon Parker, Wofford
Lewis Halton, Murray State
Matt Noll, Delaware State
Matt Rigney, Austin Peay
Nathan Fondacaro, Villanova
Patrick Haughney, Holy Cross
Ryan Kost, Monmouth
Tyler Pastula, University at Albany
Will Powers, Princeton
Zach Haynes, Southeast Missouri

About the FCS Punter of the Year Award
The Augusta Sports Council, also home to the Ray Guy Award (awarded to the best collegiate punter in the FBS), created the FCS Punter of the Year Award in 2019 to honor the best collegiate punter playing in the FCS. Among the statistics used to identify the winner is net punting average, number of times punt is downed or kicked out of bounds inside the opponents 20-yard line, total yardage punted, average returned yardage, and percentage of punts not returned with particular emphasis placed on net punting average. The winner must display team leadership, self-discipline and have a positive impact on the team’s success.

About the Augusta Sports Council
The Augusta Sports Council (ASC) enriches the quality of life and economic well-being for the Augusta metropolitan area by supporting and attracting sporting activities. To learn more, visit www.augustasportscouncil.org.

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