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43 Trey Moeller
Trey  Moeller

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Montgomery, Ala.

High School:
Trinity Presbyterian School

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 175

Position:
CB

AT VIRGINIA: 2001?Dressed for eight contests but did not play in any games. 2000?Did not see any game action ... in uniform in the season opener against BYU as well as games against Clemson and N.C. State. 1999?Joined the team as a walk-on ... red-shirted ... did not see any game action ... in uniform against Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech and Buffalo.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three letters in football for head coach Randy Ragsdale ... played cornerback, safety, and running back ... team captain his senior year ... first-team All-Capital City Conference as a senior ... Down Under Football Classic Nominee ... National Wendy?s High School Heisman nominee ... WJOX Athlete of the Month ... honorable mention All-Capital City Conference as a junior ... made 56 tackles, four for losses, his senior year ... also had two interceptions ... returned an interception 29 yards for a touchdown as a junior ... also lettered in baseball and track.

PERSONAL: Chester Charles Moeller III ... nicknamed ?Trey? ... born 1-30-81 in Montgomery, Ala. ... son of Chet and Jenny Moeller ... has one sister, Rachel (22) ... father was an All-American defensive back and East Coast Athletic Conference Player of the Year in 1975 while playing for George Welsh at the United States Naval Academy ... father also played for the New York Giants in 1980 ... member of National Honor Society at Trinity Presbyterian School ... Student Council and senior class vice president ... All-American Scholar all four years of high school ... yearbook staff section editor ... Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... listed in Who?s Who Among American High School Students and Who?s Who in Sports All Stars ... Honor Roll student ... soup kitchen volunteer ... government major.

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