Indialantic’s Cagney Earns College Football Honors

By  //  November 23, 2014

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FORMER MELBOURNE BULLDOG

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Melbourne High School graduate, and now Senior Ohio Wesleyan tight end Calvin Cagney, was chosen as a first-team All-NCAC selection

DELAWARE, OHIO — Senior tight end Calvin Cagney was a first-team All-NCAC selection.

Cagney ranks fifth in the NCAC in receptions (6 per game), with that figure tied for first place among NCAA Division III tight ends.

He also ranked third on the team in rushing with 295 yards on 14 carries, with his average of 6.4 yards per carry ranking second in the NCAC.

Cagney was a second-team All-NCAC selection in 2012 and 2013.

Watts gives Cagney high marks when it comes to positioning himself during plays. Watts also mentioned that Cagney is a dynamic player capable of doing a lot more than catching, citing Cagney’s blocking and rushing abilities, as well as his catching skills, as reasons for defenses to get very frustrated when they face the Bishops’ offense.

Cagney, a native of Indialantic, Florida, said he prefers scoring touchdowns, but he gets excited when he blocks for teammates who then perform well on those plays.


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