Former Raven Brandon Mosley selected by Super Bowl Champs in NFL Draft
April 28, 2012
Brandon Mosley during Coffeyville's win at Veterans Memorial Stadium over Air Force Prep on Sept. 12, 2009.
Former Coffeyville Red Raven Brandon Mosley was selected in the fourth round of the NFL draft on Saturday by the New York Giants. Mosley, a native of Jefferson, Georgia, was the 36th pick in the fourth round and the 131st overall pick in the draft.
Mosley played defensive end and tight end for the Ravens in 2009 under former Coffeyville Head Coach Darian Dulin. Mosley recorded 35 tackles and a sack his sophomore season at Coffeyville. From the tight end spot, Mosley caught 12 passes for 219 yards and two touchdowns.
Mosley was moved to right tackle for his junior season at Auburn in 2010 and the moved paid off as Mosley played in 14 games and started the last 11 for the Tigers who would win the national title that season. Last season, Mosley started the first three games at left tackle before moving back to right tackle for the final ten games of the Tigers 8-5 season.
Mosley played at 6-foot-6, 314 pounds at Auburn and will likely player either right tackle or a guard position for the Giants.