Shelton-Mosley Tabbed Ivy League Special Teams Player of the Week

Justice Shelton-Mosley returned a punt 91 yards Saturday (Photo courtesy of Gil Talbot).
Justice Shelton-Mosley returned a punt 91 yards Saturday (Photo courtesy of Gil Talbot).

PRINCETON, N.J. – Junior Justice Shelton-Mosley has been selected as the Ivy League Special Team Player of the Week, as announced by the conference office Monday afternoon. 

Shelton-Mosley earns the honor after a stellar game returning kicks at Georgetown. On his first punt return attempt of the game in the first quarter, Shelton-Mosley fielded the ball at his own nine, evaded the coverage team and looped around to the far sideline, outsprinting everyone on the field for the 91-yard return.

The Sacramento, California native averaged 21.5 yards per punt return against the Hoyas. He also snared four balls in the passing game for 34 yards and returned one kick-off for 43 yards. Through the first three games of the season, Shelton-Mosley is averaging 127.3 all-purpose yards, leading the Crimson by over 22 yards.

Earning spots on the Ivy League Honor Roll this week were RB Charlie Booker III (65 yards, two TDs), DB Raishaun McGhee (four tackles, one INT returned for TD) and QB Jake Smith (16 completions, 214 yards).