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Hampden-Sydney Places Six On 2019 All-ODAC Football Teams | Major Morgan & Rhett Andersen Each First Team

2019 All-ODAC Football
2019 All-ODAC Football

HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, Va. -- Hampden-Sydney College placed six student-athletes on the 2019 All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference Football Teams, including senior wide receiver Major Morgan/Onancock and junior placekicker Rhett Andersen/Colorado Springs, Colo. as First Team All-ODAC selections, senior offensive lineman Andrew Grage/Virginia Beach as a Second Team All-ODAC choice, along with senior linebacker Griffin Davis/Charlottesville, junior defensive lineman Phil Pullen/Manassas and sophomore running back Kaleb Smith/Rocky Mount as Third Team All-ODAC honorees.

Morgan, a team captain, started all 10 games this season and led the Tigers and the ODAC in receptions with 74, totaling 886 receiving yards and one touchdown. He also led the conference in receptions per game (7.4), while fourth in yards and receiving yards per game (88.6), and 11th in receiving average (12.0). Morgan is tied for 16th in Division III receptions per game. He had a career-high 14 receptions for a game-high 165 yards against Shenandoah (10/19)—the 14 receptions tying for the fifth-most in a single game. A three-time All-ODAC honoree, Major concluded his outstanding four-year career with 232 receptions for 3,084 receiving yards and 26 touchdowns in 38 games (33 starts) to rank fourth in career receptions and receiving yards, and fifth in receiving touchdowns at H-SC.

Andersen made 10-13 field goals this season for an ODAC-best 76.9 percent, adding a perfect 17-17 on PATs, tied for the ODAC-best, totaling 47 points to rank fifth in ODAC kick scoring. He kicked the two longest field goals in the conference this season, including a 49-yarder at Guilford (10/26) and a 48-yarder against Averett (9/7). Andersen is ranked 18th in Division III field goal percentage and is tied for 21st in DIII field goals per game (1.00), the latter ranking second in the ODAC. A two-time All-ODAC honoree, Rhett has made 15-20 career field goals for 75.0 percent, adding 51-51 on PATs (100%), for 96 points in 19 games.

Grage started all 10 games this season and anchored the offensive line from his left tackle position as the Tigers accounted for 3,036 yards of total offense, including 2,288 yards passing and 748 yards rushing with 17 touchdowns and 10 field goals. H-SC ranked fifth in the ODAC in passing yards per game (228.8). A two-time All-ODAC honoree, Andrew concluded his career with 29 starts in 33 games for the Tigers.

Davis, a team captain, started all 10 games this season and led the Tigers in tackles with 99, including 5.5 tackles for loss and one sack with two interceptions. He ranked second in the ODAC in tackles and tackles per game (9.9), while tied for 12th in interceptions and 29th in tackles for loss. A three-time All-ODAC honoree, Griffin concluded his outstanding four-year career with 295 tackles, including 38 tackles for loss and 9.5 sacks with four interceptions, three forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries and six passes defended while starting all 39 games at H-SC.

Pullen started all 10 games this season and was fifth on the team in tackles with 47, including a team-best 7.5 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks and one forced fumble. He tied for ninth in the ODAC in forced fumbles, tied for 15th in tackles for loss and tied for 19th in sacks. Phil has started 19 of 27 career games at H-SC with 80 tackles, including 14 tackles for loss, four sacks and the one forced fumble.

Smith started five of six games this season and accounted for 654 all-purpose yards, including 362 yards rushing and 292 yards receiving with four touchdowns. Injury-plagued throughout, he had 98 rushing attempts (3.7) and two touchdowns along with 32 receptions (9.1) and two touchdowns, adding a two-point conversion attempt on the ground, as well. A two-time All-ODAC honoree, Kaleb has started six of 14 career games for the Tigers with 1,917 all-purpose yards, including 964 yards rushing and 953 yards receiving with 13 touchdowns.

The complete 2019 All-ODAC Football Teams and special award winners are listed below, as released today by the conference office.

J. Stokeley Fulton Offensive Player of the Year: Jay Scroggins, Sr., QB, Bridgewater
Lou Wacker Defensive Player of the Year: Re'Shaun Myers, Sr., LB, Bridgewater
ODAC Coach of the Year: Mike Clark, Bridgewater
ODAC Rookie of the Year: Viante Tucker, Fy., WR, Bridgewater
ODAC/Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete: Sean Clark, Sr., OL, Washington and Lee

Offense   Defense
Jay Scroggins Sr. QB Bridgewater   Josh Fleenor Sr. DL Emory & Henry
Tre Frederick^ Sr. RB Randolph-Macon   Da'von Keith Sr. DL Emory & Henry
Akiva Wedge Sr. RB Southern Virginia   Steve McNair* Sr. DL Randolph-Macon
Jordan Foster Sr. APB Randolph-Macon   Andrew Frailer^ Jr. DL Washington and Lee
Derrick Yates^ Sr. WR Emory & Henry   Re'Shaun Myers* Sr. LB Bridgewater
Major Morgan* Sr. WR Hampden-Sydney   Gary Ramey, Jr.^ Sr. LB Bridgewater
Conner Kleffman Sr. TE Bridgewater   Ivan Phillips So. LB Emory & Henry
Cole Cooksey Jr. OL Bridgewater   Will Corry^ Sr. LB Washington and Lee
Will Hoffman* Sr. OL Bridgewater   Matt Dang* Sr. DB Bridgewater
Tyler Weterrings* Sr. OL Emory & Henry   Calvin Whitehead^ Sr. DB Randolph-Macon
Will Jackson So. OL Randolph-Macon   Nate Hill Sr. DB Shenandoah
Sean Clark^ Sr. OL Washington and Lee   Neil Davis Sr. DB Southern Virginia
Rhett Andersen+ Jr. PK Hampden-Sydney   Grayson Harvey So. P Ferrum
Offense   Defense
Hunter Taylor+ Jr. QB Emory & Henry   Malik Crowe Sr. DL Bridgewater
Demetreus Jalepes Jr. RB Bridgewater   Donovan Pinnix So. DL Emory & Henry
T.J. Tester Fy. RB Emory & Henry   Jarrod Russ* Sr. DL Guilford
Jarrod Denham Sr. APB Bridgewater   Matthew Vergara Jr. DL Randolph-Macon
Jermaine Russell Jr. WR Guilford   Deshomd Denny Sr. LB Bridgewater
Casey Stewart* Sr. WR Shenandoah   Grayson Overstreet Fy. LB Emory & Henry
Sam Tanner* Sr. TE Randolph-Macon   Khayree Lundy Jr. LB Guilford
Daniel Bailey Sr. OL Emory & Henry   Bryan Sullivan^ Sr. LB Randolph-Macon
Jordan Patti^ Sr. OL Ferrum   Chase Rosenthal Jr. DB Bridgewater
Andrew Grage^ Sr. OL Hampden-Sydney   Jaylyn Kreimes So. DB Emory & Henry
Jordaan Rochester Sr. OL Randolph-Macon   De'Angelo Barr+ Sr. DB Randolph-Macon
Daniel Small Sr. OL Shenandoah   Dean Johnson So. DB Washington and Lee
Logan Weis^ Sr. PK Bridgewater   Harrison Kiser Sr. P Guilford
Offense   Defense
Jack Pollard So. QB Washington and Lee   Da'Sean Davis Jr. DL Bridgewater
Kaleb Smith+ So. RB Hampden-Sydney   Phil Pullen Jr. DL Hampden-Sydney
Josh Breece^ Jr. RB Washington and Lee   Jordan Rice So. DL Shenandoah
Alex Wertz So. APB Washington and Lee   Connor Corbett Sr. DL Washington and Lee
Trey Stephens Sr. WR Bridgewater   Dustin Green+ Jr. LB Bridgewater
Montgomery Owen Jr. WR Washington and Lee   Taylor Brown Sr. LB Ferrum
Grant Monson^ Sr. TE Bridgewater   Griffin Davis* Sr. LB Hampden-Sydney
Dakota Morris+ Jr. OL Emory & Henry   Bernie Hayes Sr. LB Shenandoah
Emory Lyndon+ Sr. OL Guilford   Luke Barnum Sr. DB Bridgewater
Connor Denning+ Jr. OL Randolph-Macon   Dalton Wilson So. DB Emory & Henry
Grady Sami Sr. OL Southern Virginia   Jaquice Sydnor Sr. DB Ferrum
Jared Cordova So. OL Washington and Lee   Daquan Pridget+ Jr. DB Shenandoah
Matt Seals Sr. PK Emory & Henry   Bo Sheridan* Sr. P Washington and Lee
* 2018 All-ODAC First Team
^ 2018 All-ODAC Second Team
+ 2018 All-ODAC Third Team