Mose Hogan III
Mose  Hogan III


West Bloomfield, Mich.

High School:
Detroit Country

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 195



Hoya Notes: From the Desk of Head Football Coach Kevin Kelly

End of the Year Banquet and Blue & Gray Scrimmage


Hoyas Conclude Spring Ball with Awards Banquet, Annual Blue & Gray Scrimmage

Sean Campbell awarded No. 35 Joe Eacobacci Memorial Jersey; Campbell, Dustin Wharton, Isaiah Kempf and Daniel Sprotte named captains


Georgetown Football Hosts Holy Cross for Senior Day and Season-Finale

Hoyas send-off 17 seniors as they go in search of consecutive winning seasons for first time since 1998-99


Georgetown Football Has 32 Student-Athletes Named to Patriot League Football Academic Honor Roll

Ed Hesselgren and Kyle Miller each make fourth appearance on honor roll

2011: Did not play during his junior season...Moved from defensive back to running back during spring of 2011...Selected to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

2010: Did not see any game action as a sophomore ... Moved from defensive back to running back during spring practice. 2009: Appeared in three games as a freshman.

High School: Played three years of football and four years of track and field for Detroit Country Day School and St. Mary's Prep ... Captained varsity football his junior year ...Received all area honorable mention 2007-08, was named ESPN Rise Magazine Metro Detroit all area, rated a 74 by and was ranked 60 among Michigan football players by ... Helped his team to the Football Regional Championship in 2008 ...Coached by Dan Maclean at Detroit Country.

Personal: Son of Mose and Charlene ... Born on January 7, 1991 in Southfield, Mich. ... Has two brothers, Christian and Darius ... Received Cum Laude status throughout high school ... Lists being a Church youth steward, a mentor for young men, member of the model U.N., member of Students Against Destructive Decisions and theater as his extracurricular activities ... Lists making the game changing sack in the state semifinal game his junior year as his most thrilling moment in his athletic career ... Favorite pro team is the Pittsburgh Steelers and favorite pro player is Brian Dawkins ... Plans to major in English and pursue a career as a lawyer after attending law school.

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