Campus News

UGA football player to be a part of the 2006 national Good Works Team

Senior defensive end Quentin Moses of Athens has been selected one of 11 Division 1-A football players nation-wide for inclusion on the 2006 American Football Coaches Association National Good Works Team.

Moses is the 10th UGA player named to the team since 1992, which is the most of any school in the country behind the University of Nebraska’s 11 players.

The annual team honors players for their dedication and commitment to community service.

“It never ceases to amaze me to see the contributions student-athletes make to their communities,” said Grant Teaff, AFCA executive director. Moses has participated in numerous community service programs including Habitat for Humanity, St. Mary’s Hospital visitation program, reading programs in local elementary schools, a Hurricane Katrina Relief Project and Athens/Clarke County’s Project REACH.