Tulsa –– A returning letterwinner . . . transferred to Tulsa from the University of New Mexico prior to the 2001 season . . . was a member of the TU men’s soccer team in 2001 . . . played one game in goal for the soccer team and recorded a shutout . . . has a 39.1 career punting average on 221 punts . . . has also placed 46 career punts inside the 20-yard line . . . 2002 –– Handled the punting chores . . . set a new school single-season record with 75 punts . . . his punting yardage totaled 3,016 yards for a 40.2 average . . . had a season-long 61-yarder against Fresno State . . . placed 13 of his punts inside the 20-yard line . . . had season-highs of 10 punts and 413 yards against Oklahoma . . . had a season-best 46.7 yard average on six punts vs. Fresno State . . . Overall –– Has a strong leg . . . has good distance . . . improved during the spring in getting his punts off quicker . . . could also compete for kickoff duties.
Previous College –– Was a two-year letterwinner and starting punter at New Mexico . . . had a two-year career averaged of 38.6 yards . . . 2000 –– Was an honorable mention all-Mountain West punter as a sophomore in 2000 . . . punted 86 times for a 39.7-yard average, and dropped 20 of his punts inside the 20-yard line . . . as a sophomore, had a career-high 11 punts for a 44.4 average against Oregon State, including a 72-yarder . . . had the fourth longest punt in school history with a 78-yarder against Texas Tech in the 2000 season . . . had 10 punts for a 42.5 yard average against Boise State . . . punted eight times for a 43.5 average against New Mexico State . . . 1999 –– Averaged 37 yards on 60 punts . . . was the only true freshman to earn a letter for the Lobos that season . . . best game his freshman season came against Wyoming, when he had a 45-yard average on four punts . . . against New Mexico State had a 52-yard punt downed at the two-yard line, and a 50-yarder travel out-of-bounds at the four-yard line.
High School –– Was a letterwinner and starter at Booker T. Washington High School . . . earned all-state honors by the Tulsa World and Daily Oklahoman as a senior punter . . . was named as an all-state tight end by the Oklahoma Coaches Association his senior season . . . as a kicker, converted 14 field goals and 83-of-86 PATs during his career . . . nailed 7-of-10 field goals his senior season, including a state record 61-yarder and had a 41.0 punting average . . . was also a four-year letterman as a soccer goalkeeper . . . was a member of the state soccer champions in 1997 and 1998.
Personal –– Favorite NFL team is the San Francisco 49ers, and his favorite NFL player is R.W. McQuarters . . . if he could play any role in a movie, it would be Darth Vader in Star Wars . . . lists “The Simpsons” as his favorite TV show . . . his favorite movie is Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back . . . his sister, Tara, was a four-year soccer letterwinner at Tulsa . . . parents are Lyle and Nakita Moffitt . . . his parents are both teachers . . . majoring in English . . . born January 10, 1981.
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