2002 Hon. Men. Freshman All-American (College Football News)
All-star candidate who is developing into a force at tackle on the Tiger defensive line ... Is one of four returning starters on a defensive line which looks to be one of the top front lines in the Big 12 Conference ... With excellent size, strength and athleticism, has all the tools to be a top-line player.
A 2nd-Team All-Big 12 selection by league coaches who blossomed in his 2nd year on the Tiger line ... Ranked 7th on the team with a career-high 67 tackles ... Also led the team in tackles for loss, with 16 (44 yards), and ranked among the top-20 in the NCAA in that category for most of the season ... His 6 sacks (29 yards) and 7 quarterback hurries also ranked 2nd on the squad ... Had a season-high 9 tackles, and added 3 tackles for loss (13 yards) and 2 sacks (12 yards) versus Texas A&M ... Had 7 tackles in the season opener versus Illinois, including a career-best 4 tackles for loss (9 yards) ... Made 8 stops at Kansas, including a vicious sack from the blindside on KU's quarterback Bill Whittemore ... Credited with a season-best 2 quarterback hurries in games versus Nebraska and Texas Tech ... Was named the team's defensive lineman of the year for his play as a sophomore.
Developed into a regular on the Tiger defensive line, playing in all 12 games ... Started 5 times during his redshirt freshman season, including the first 3 and last 2 games of the year ... Ended the season with 41 tackles, and tied for 4th on the squad with 8 tackles behind the line of scrimmage ...Also added 3 sacks, 3 QB hurries, one forced fumble and one pass broken up ... Began the season as a starter at tackle, and registered 3 tackles (including 2 TFLs and one sack) as MU earned a huge win over defending Big Ten champ Illinois ... Came off the bench for games 4 through 10, but was re-inserted into the starting lineup after the performance of his young career, when he notched a career-best 8 stops (including 7 solo) against 18th-ranked Colorado in week 10 ... Had 2 TFLs in the game, including one sack ... As a starter the next week at Texas A&M, contributed with 4 tackles, with 2 of them going for losses (including one sack) ... Sacked A&M's Reggie McNeal for a 13-yard loss, and caused a fumble on the play, which was recovered by MU to set the Tigers up inside the Aggie 40-yardline ... Had 2 tackles in week 9 at Iowa State, and added one QB hurry and one pass broken up ... Named defensive co-player of the week for efforts against Illinois and Texas A&M.
Redshirted in 2001 ... Used his time to increase his strength in the Tigers' strength and conditioning program.
Missouri product who garnered all-state accolades in 2000 and was ranked among the top 55 defensive line prospects in the country according to Rivals.com ... Three-time first-team all-district selection who recorded 21 career quarterback sacks ... In 2000, had 97 tackles and 10 sacks ... Finished his career with 267 tackles in 3 seasons ... Was also one of the top high school track athletes in the shot put ... Finished third in the shot at the Missouri high school state meet in 2000 ... High school football coach - Rick Vernon.
Son of Calvin, Sr. and Angela Mosley ... Father is in the U.S. Army ... Full name - Calvin Michael Mosley, Jr. ... Born Aug. 6, 1983 ... Majoring in hotel and restaurant management.