Shae Orrell

Shae  Orrell

Senatobia, Miss.

High School:

Last College:
Northwest C.C.

Height / Weight:
6-2½ / 215




2003: Did not see any action ...Earned his first letter ... Had one PAT in Red-Blue spring game ... 2002: Did not see action ... Missed spring drills due to thyroid cancer, which was surgically removed in March ... 2001: Did not see action and was redshirted ... Transferred from Northwest (Miss.) Community College in Fall of 2001 as he joined the Rebel football program during two-a-days ... JUNIOR COLLEGE: Two-year letterman at Northwest (Miss.) Community College as he played for former Ole Miss quarterback Bobby Ray Franklin ... As a sophomore, earned honorable mention J.C. Gridwire All-American recognition after setting the national junior college record for points after touchdowns made in a career with 124 ... Also set national J.C. records for scoring by a kicker in a career with 188 points and for PATs made in a season with 71 ... Became Northwest's all-time leading scorer with 188 points, surpassing former Ole Miss tailback John Avery's mark of 168 ... Made 71-of-75 PATs during sophomore season and converted on 7-of-10 field goal attempts, matching a career-long with a 47-yarder ... Led nation in scoring by a kicker with 92 points ... Also led all Mississippi jucos in scoring for two consecutive seasons ... Averaged 35.9 yards on 28 punts as a sophomore ... As a freshman in 1999, earned J.C. Gridwire honorable mention All-America, first team All-Region 23, and first team MACJC All-State ... Voted by teammates as Special Teams Most Valuable Player ... Broke NJCAA record for points by a kicker with 96 during the regular season, breaking the mark of 95 set by Snow College's Leonard Chitty in 1985 ... Also broke the school record of 91 points set by former Ole Miss Reb Lonny Calicchio in 1992 ... Converted 60-of-67 extra point attempts and 13-of-20 field goal attempts ... Was 9-of-9 on extra points against Coahoma ... Named Special Teams Player of the Week by coaches for booting a 44-yard field goal against East Central ... Connected on 4-of-6 field goals from 40 yards or longer ... Placed fourth in the state in punting with a 39-yard average on 39 punts ... Longest punt as freshman was 70-yarder against East Central ... Had five punts of 50 yards or more ... HIGH SCHOOL: Second team All-State pick by The Clarion-Ledger after senior season at Senatobia High ... Averaged 39.5 yards on 21 punts ... Was 6-of-6 on field goals with the longest being a 50-yarder against Independence ... Made 42-of-46 extra point attempts ... Coached in high school by Jerry Barrett ... Led the Warriors to a 10-1 record in 1998 when they claimed their second consecutive District II 3-A Championship ... Voted Most Valuable Player in division and was All-District junior and senior years ... Averaged 38.9 yards on 51 punts as a junior when he was 7-of-11 on field goals and 30-of-34 on extra points ... Was Q93 Player of the Week for his performance against Independence ... Helped Warriors to the Class 3A Championship game in 1997 ... Named to Who's Who Among American High School Students ... PERSONAL: Son of Emmy Jarjoura ... Full name is John Sharp Orrell, III ... Nickname is Shae ... Born: May 31, 1981 ... His father, the late "Sonny" Orrell, played for Northwest Mississippi Community College and the University of Southern Mississippi ... Eagle Scout ... Majoring in Elementary Education ... Made Chancellor?s Honor Roll in Fall of 2003 ... Made U.M.A.A. Honor Roll for Spring of 2003 ... Made 2003 SEC Academic Honor Roll.




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