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45 Brett Norton

2017: Served as PC's punter and placekicker in every game...averaged 40.51 yards per punt, second-best in PC's Division I era, on 57 punts...first player in PC's Division I history to have two seasons averaging at least 40 yards per punt...recorded five punts for 250 yards for a career-high 50.0 yards per punt against Charleston Southern...recorded a season-long 62-yard punt against the Bucs...totaled a career-high nine points against Cumberland, making three PATs and two field goals, a first in his career...recorded a career-long 47-yard field goal against CU...had six punts of 50 yards on the year, including three against CSU...totaled 17 punts downed inside the 20-yard line and had 13 called for fair catch...made three of four field goals from inside 40 yards

2016: Second team All-Big South...served as PC's punter and placekicker in every game…established a PC Division I era single-season record for punts (83) and punting yards (3,354), while finishing second for punting average (40.41 yards per punt)…tied the PC Division I single-season record for field goals made with seven…converted all 11 PATs, making 100% for the second straight season…recorded the longest make of his career, a 36-yarder, in the season opener at Central Michigan…recorded his best game as a punter against Chattanooga, punting 12 times for a Division I school-record 526 punting yards, an average of 43.8 yards punt…his longest punt of the year, a 64-yarder at UTC, ranks second in PC's Division I era…also averaged 43.8 yards per punt at Charleston Southern on eight punts…totaled 12 punts of at least 50+ yards and 23 punts downed inside the 20-yard line, both single-season program records for its Division I era...made six of his first eight field goal attempts on the year…recorded his first career make at home against Monmouth, a  27-yarder

2015: Played in 10 games, nine as the starter in his freshman season…converted six of 10 field goal attempts and made all 17 extra point attempts…made his first ever field goal attempt, a 21-yarder at Charlotte…made two field goals from distances of 24 yards and 30 yards, his first game with multiple makes…established a career long of 34 yards twice, at Coastal Carolina and Monmouth

High School: Started every game at Walhalla...worked with NFL Pro Bowl punter Kenny Gordon and kicking coach Andy Lee...hit a 57-yard field goal as time expired to give Walhalla a 16-13 win over Liberty High in 2014

Position: Kicker
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 185
Year: Junior
Hometown: Walhalla, S.C.
High School: Walhalla HS