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Where are they now? Franklin High School

Anderson Tucker Cathey
Riley Cathey Zach Bacon
Keith Garrett Graham Warren
 
  Matt Mosely
The Franklin Rebels have had a good regular season on the football field. However, seven former Rebels are having good seasons of their own on college football fields across the country. A staple on the MTSU offensive line has his team looking at bowl eligibility. The Cathey brothers are playing together and starting together on the Cumberland offensive line. Two Rebels continue to be teammates at Butler, and a punter at Southern Miss is pinning his opponents deep.
 
Isaiah Anderson, MTSU (’10) Offensive Lineman
Anderson is in his second full season as a starting tackle on the offensive line. The redshirt junior has battled injuries on and off since spring practice, but has been a strong point on the offensive line unit for the 5-4 Blue Raiders. Anderson will be a key member of the team next season as a 5th year senior starter. 
 
Tucker Cathey, Cumberland (’08) Offensive Lineman
Cathey is in his final year of collegiate football eligibility. The 330 pound offensive lineman is finishing his career as the starting right tackle for Cumberland. Cathey started his career at Tennessee-Chattanooga. In three years in Chattanooga, Cathey redshirted and lettered in one year of varsity action. 
 
Riley Cathey, Cumberland (’12) Offensive Lineman
The younger brother of Tucker, Riley Cathey is in his second season as a Cumberland football player. Riley has started the last 7 games at left guard. Together the Cathey brothers are a part of an offensive line that has blocked for nearly 2,000 rushing yards and 27 rushing touchdowns though 9 games this season. 
 
Zach Bacon, Butler (’13) Defensive Lineman
Bacon is a freshman defensive lineman for the Bulldogs. In 9 games this season the former Franklin Rebel team captain has not seen any action for the 7-3 Butler Bulldogs. The engineering major looks set to receive a redshirt this year.
 
Kenneth Garrett, Butler (’13) Defensive Back
Garrett is a rangy 6-foot-2 freshman safety for the Butler Bulldogs. Garrett saw action on special teams in a 45-27 road victory at Jacksonville on September 28. The former All-District high school player did not record a statistic during that game. 
 
Graham Warren, Carson Newman (’13) Linebacker
Warren’s freshman campaign started out slow by not seeing action in the first two games for the Eagles. But, the 200 pound linebacker has played in the last 7 games this season. In his first career game, the past Rebel recorded a tackle against Brevard in a 41-14 Carson Newman win. 
 
Matt Moseley, Southern Miss (’11) Punter
Moseley is another in the long list of successful special-teamers from Williamson County playing college football. In his redshirt-sophomore season, Moseley has punted 18 times for an average of 40.9 yards and a long of 62. Moseley has five punts over 50 yards and has pinned 9 inside the opponents 20 yard line. As a freshman, at TSU, Moseley was named National Punter of the Week. His four punts in the game averaged 50.8 yards including his school record punt of 73 yards. 
 

Posted on: 11/14/2013

 
 

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