2009 Season Photos
20 Questions Feature
SENIOR YEAR (2012)
Appeared in six games and started all of them ... Finished the season with 10 receptions for 178 yards ... Averaged 17.8 yards per catch ... Posted three catches for 83 yards against Delaware ... Totaled three catches for 45 yards ... Finished his career averaging 16.5 yards per catch ...
JUNIOR YEAR (2011)
Appeared in six games and earned three starts ... Finished the season with 10 receptions for 174 yards ... Made season debut against James Madison after missing the first three games recovering from a knee injury suffered in the spring ... Totaled three catches for 82 yards, all coming in the second half, against the Dukes ... Also posted multi-reception efforts versus Towson, Rhode Island and Old Dominion ...
SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010)
One of the top receivers in the CAA, earning second-team
all-conference honors ... Led the team with 47 catches for 731 yards with
two touchdowns ... Ranked fifth in the league with 60.9 receiving yards per
game ... Recorded three 100-yard receiving games ... Posted best performance
of the season at James Madison, totaling a career-best eight receptions for 122
yards with a touchdown
... Caught five passes for 101 yards in the following
week's victory against Richmond
... Tallied four catches for 110 yards, with a
season-long reception of 47 yards, in the win versus VMI
... Registered four
catches for 73 yards with a touchdown in the triumph against Rhode Island
... Posted back-to-back six-catch efforts versus Delaware and North Carolina
REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2009)
Earned starts in the opening two games before suffering a season-ending injury in the win against Central Connecticut State ... Hauled in three catches for 70 yards, including a 48-yard grab, in the season-opening win at Virginia
FRESHMAN YEAR (2008)
Redshirted as scout team wide receiver ... Honored as the W&M QB Club Scout Team Offensive Player of the Year ...
A four-year letterwinner at wide receiver at Stone Bridge for Head Coach Mickey Thompson ... Helped Stone Bridge to the Virginia AAA Division 5 State Championship in 2007 ... Tied the state record for touchdowns in the championship game with three to go along with 158 yards receiving ... As a senior, earned first-team all-state, all-region and all-district honors ... Broke the Stone Bridge school records for receiving yards in a season with 1199, receiving touchdowns with 19 and receptions with 59 ... Also lettered in basketball at Stone Bridge ... Was an SCA Rep and a member of DECA and FBLA ...
Son of Gill Moody and Hiedi Portalatin ... Uncle, Keith Moody, played basketball at the University of Nebraska ... Majoring in kinesiology ... SAAC Public Relations Chair.