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42 Tyler Shirley
Tyler  Shirley


Midlothian, Va.

High School:
James River HS

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 220




Virginia at UCLA

Hoos fall to the Bruins in the Rose Bowl to open 2015 season.

- Did not appear in any games. 2015 - Appeared in all 12 of Virginia's games ... snapped on every punt and field goal attempt ... made one tackle on a punt at Miami. 2014 - Appeared in all 12 of Virginia's games ... snapped on every punt and field goal attempt ... made collegiate debut against No. 7 UCLA ... made the snap against No. 21 Louisville that resulted in game-winning points in the closing minutes. 2013 - Did not appear in any games ... redshirted season.


A three-year letterwinner for head coach Greg DeFrancesco at James River High School as a wide receiver and long sapper ... academic all-district honoree as a junior and senior ... named the James River High School's most improved varsity football player as a sophomore after being elevated to the varsity squad early in the 2010 season when the regular long snapper was injured ... also was a varsity letterwinner in baseball in 2012 ... member of the National Honor Society ... a four-year member of the Distinguished Dean's List ... two-year member of the Beta Club ... in 2010 received his financial literacy certification ... volunteer tennis camp counselor for the Chesapeake Academy ... student volunteer coordinator for the annual 5K run through Bon Air Elementary PTSA ... son of Hill and Karen Shirley ... cousin is current Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Daniel Hudson.


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