Four Hoyas earned their fourth career selection to the honor roll
The Hoyas have six tight ends on the roster, including three seniors
Tim Barnes ready to lead the Hoya offense
New leaders, but same mentality for Georgetown football defense
2015: Did not see game action during his sophomore season.
2014: Did not see any game action during his freshman season.
High School: A three-year letterwinner in football, playing defensive back, quarterback, and wide receiver... A football team captain as a senior... Earned three letters in baseball and three letters in basketball, serving as a captain in basketball as a senior... Two-time First Team All-Union County, earning defensive honors in 2012 and offensive honors in 2013... Two-Time All-Mid 38 Conference selection, earning first team honors in 2013... A 2012 Second Team NJ All-State Group 3 selection... Helped lead football to a 2011 NJ Group 3 State Championship, while also leading baseball to back-to-back State Championships in 2012 and 2013... Intercepted six passes and had 25 catches for 235 yards in 2012... Passed for 1,065 yards and 12 TD's, while rushing for 752 yards on 190 carries and 10 TD's as a senior... Coached in football by Erik Rosenmeier... Accounted for 7 TD's in a 2013 NJ State playoff game...Member of the National Honor Society, selected as a NJ Scholar-Athlete, and selected to play in the 2014 N.J. Snapple Bowl All-Star Game. Personal: Son of John and Carol Oblachinski...Has one younger brother, Brian...Expects to major in finance or accounting.