Aaron  Medley

25Aaron Medley

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Lewisburg, Tenn.

High School:
Marshall County

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 194

Position:
PK

Experience:
2L

CAREER HIGHS

  • Field Goals Made - 4 at Missouri, 11/21/15
  • Field Goals Attempted - 5 at Missouri, 11/21/15
  • Longest Field Goal - 47 vs. Vanderbilt, 11/28/15
  • Longest Attempt - 55 at Florida, 9/26/15
  • Game-Winning Field Goal - 32 at South Carolina, 11/1/14
  • PATs - 8 vs.Bowling Green, 9/5/15
  • Kickoffs - 10 four times, last vs. Vanderbilt, 11/28/15
  • Touchbacks - 7 vs. Chattanooga, 10/11/14

CAREER HONORS

2015 - SOPHOMORE

  • Photo Gallery
  • 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
  • Games/Starts: 13/13
  • Returning starting placekicker in 2015 after starting all of 2014 as a true freshman
  • Seventh in career made field goals (41)
  • Seventh in career field goal percentage (.719)
  • His 118 points on kick scoring in a season are set new Tennessee record breaking mark of Daniel Lincoln (115) set in 2007
  • 21 field goals is a season tied for third-most in a season in UT history with Daniel Lincoln in 2007
  • 31 field goals attempted tied for school record with Fuad Reveiz in 1982
  • Went 55-of-55 on point after attempts to stand second all-time at Tennessee with most makes without a miss in a season to John Becksvoort (59-of-59) in 1993
  • In 2015, made 21-of-31 field goals and perfect 55-of-55 on PATs for 118 points
  • Second in SEC in kick scoring (9.1 ppg) 118 points
  • Fourth in SEC in field goals made with 21
  • Made 12 of last 14 field goals to finish season
  • Made a 35-yard field goal, along with six PATs in Outback Bowl win over Northwestern (1/1), also had five touchbacks on eight kickoffs
  • Connected on all three field goals, including career-long 47-yarder in regular-season finale win vs. Vanderbilt (11/28), also made field goals of 26 and 32 yards
  • Booted career-high four field goals (on five attempts) in win at Missouri (11/21), connecting from 34, 22, 44 and 30 yards; four field goals in a game was most by a Vol since Derrick Brodus made four vs. Akron in 2012
  • Kicked game-winning 27-yard field goal vs. South Carolina (11/7), added a 44-yard field goal, three PATs and four touchbacks
  • Booted a 44-yard field goal at Kentucky (10/31), along with seven PATs and five kickoff touchbacks
  • Connected on 35 and 45-yard field goals vs. Arkansas (10/3)
  • Made field goals of 34 and 37 yards at Florida (9/26), missed potential game-winner from 55 yards
  • Booted 20 and 30-yard field goals along with seven PATs vs. Western Carolina (9/19)
  • Connected on career-high eight PATs vs Bowling Green (9/5), also made 1-of-3 field goals

2014 - FRESHMAN

  • Photo Gallery
  • 2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
  • Games/Starts: 13/13
  • Served as starting placekicker all season as a true freshman
  • Second in the SEC in field goals made (20) and second in field goals made per game (1.54)
  • Ranked tied for 14th in the NCAA in field goals made and 16th in field goals made per game
  • His 20 field goals are tied for the fourth-most in a single-season in Tennessee history (with Fuad Reveiz in 1984)
  • His 20 field goals made are the second-most by a true freshman in a season, behind Daniel Lincoln's 21 in 2007
  • Kicked in all 13 games, making 42-of-43 PATs and 20-of-26 on field goals with long of 46 for 102 points
  • Has made 19-of-20 field goals from inside 39 yards
  • Kicked off in 11 games, 63 times for 60.1 average with 15 touchbacks
  • Made six PATs and a 28-yard field goal in 2015 TaxSlayer Bowl win over Iowa (1/2), also kicked off eight times with two touchbacks
  • Made 36-yard field goal and three PATs in win at Vanderbilt (11/29)
  • Made field goals of 38 and 39 yards vs. #19 Missouri (11/22), also boomed two of four kickoffs for touchbacks
  • Connected on 3-of-4 field goals (38, 21, 39 yards) and kicked off 10 times with three touchbacks in win over Kentucky (11/15)
  • Made game-winning overtime field goal from 32 yards to lift Vols to 45-42 comeback win at South Carolina (11/1)
  • Converted field goals of 27 and 24 yards vs. #4 Alabama (10/25)
  • Boomed seven kickoffs vs. Chattanooga (10/11), also made a 25-yard field goal
  • Scored all of UT's points vs. Florida (10/4), making three field goals of 36, 38, 39 yards
  • Converted 46-yard field goal at #12/13 Georgia (9/27)
  • Made a 31-yard field goal at Oklahoma (9/13)
  • Converted field goals of 20 and 38 yards along with four extra points vs. Arkansas State (9/6)
  • In college debut vs. Utah State (8/31), converted a 36-yard field goal and five extra points

HIGH SCHOOL

  • Lettered at Marshall County High School in Lewisburg, Tenn. for head coach Aaron Pitts
  • 247 Sports: 3-star (No. 4 kicker, No. 20 prospect in Tenn.)
  • ESPN: 3-star (No. 1 kicker, No. 14 prospect in Tenn.)
  • Rivals: 3-star (No. 4 kicker, No. 17 prospect in Tenn.)
  • Scout: 3-star
  • Played in the 2013 Under Armour All-American Game
  • 2013 MaxPreps Preseason All American Team
  • 2013 Tennessee Class AA Mr. Football Finalist
  • 2013 District 12 AA Special Teams Player of the Year
  • 2013 All-MidState First Team by the Tennessean
  • 2013 Varsity All Super Region Punter
  • Made a 65-yard field goal in 2013 Kohl's Kicking Southern Showcase
  • As a senior, connected on three-of-six field goals, making 33-of-35 extra points; punted 33 times for a 37.2 average
  • Also kicked off 52 times, reached endzone 46 times for touchbacks
  • 2012 Varsity All Super Region Kicker
  • 2012 All-MidState First Team by the Tennessean
  • 2012 Kohl's Kicking All American Team First Team Class of 2014
  • 2012 MaxPreps Medium Schools All-American Second Team
  • Punted 44 times for 40.4 average as a junior; also made three field goals and 27-of-30 extra points
  • 2011 Varsity All Super Region Kicker
  • 2010 Varsity All Super Region Kicker

PERSONAL

  • Full Name: Aaron Wayne Medley
  • Born: August 8, 1995
  • Son of Sheila and Richard Medley
  • Recipient of the General Bob Neyland Endowment
  • Majoring in Business Analytics
 

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