Mosley and Tate top All-IFA first teams
Friday, November 18, 2005
Mosley and Tate top All-IFA first teams

TIGERVILLE, SC- Six North Greenville football players were honored by the Independent Football Alliance today. Running back Travis Mosley, who has won both IFA and NCCAA player of the week honors this season, was named to the All-IFA first team offense. Also making the first team was standout linebacker Isaac Tate.

Wide receiver Travis Talbert and defensive end Ken Floyd made the the second team offense and defense respectively. Quarterback Eric Moeller and kicker Adrian Escalona were named honorable mention.

Mosley led the Cruader offensive attack, scoring 16 touchdowns and rushing for 1,188 yards. Tate was the defensive specialist who made 127 tackles. Tate is ranked number one in NCAA Division II with 68 solo tackles and sixt in total tackles. Talbert led North Greenville's receiving corps with 54 receptions for 809 yards and five touchdowns. Floyd was second on the team with 66 tackles of which 32 were solo.

Moeller threw for 2,124 yards and 16 touchdowns to earn honorable mention. Escalona hit 36-38 PAT attempts and 10-13 field goals.