Georgetown College football’s Cameron Oshodi joined the every growing Tiger tradition of defensive NAIA/AFCA All-America honorees. Monday afternoon the AFCA released its NAIA list, naming Oshodi to the Second Team.
The senior from Columbus, Ohio finished his GC career in the quarterfinals of the NAIA Football Championship Series. He played 32 games with 57 total tackles.
His three sacks this season gives him five and half for his four years as he forced opponent’s backward 22.5 yards. Oshodi finished with 16 total career tackles for loss for a negative 46.6 yards.
The defensive captain helped Georgetown be one of the strongest defensive units in the NAIA this season – second in opponent third down conversions, second in rush defense per game, third in total defense per game, sixth in opponent first downs and seventh in scoring defense per game.
GC has not had an All-America nominee since 2014. Nick Seither was honored that season, concluding a string of five straight years with at least one Tiger recognized.
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