Cody Journell

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  • Journell

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    6' 0
  • Weight
    183 lbs.
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  • Hometown
    Ripplemead, Va.
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Updated: November 13, 2013

Pronounced jur-NELL

2012 Honorable Mention All-American by … 2011 Honorable Mention All-ACC

2013: Has played in nine games … Put a 39-yard field goal through the uprights, also connecting on a PAT attempt in the season opener against Alabama … Connected on all six PAT attempts as well as a 30-yard field goal against Western Carolina … Made both PAT attempts and added a 39-yard field goal at Georgia Tech … Sailed three of his four PAT attempts through the uprights in the win over North Carolina … Had a career day against Pittsburgh setting all new field goal marks after making 4-of-5, including a new long of 48 yards in the first quarter against Pittsburgh … Earned ACC Specialist of the Week honors for her performance against PittsburghMade a 42-yard field goal against Duke Sailed a 56-yard field goal as well as a 47-yarder through the uprights and made three PATs at Boston College and received ACC Specialist of the Week honors for his performanceConnected on six PAT attempts in the win at MiamiWas dismissed from the team on Nov. 13 for violation of team policies.

2012: Played in all 13 games … Earned honorable mention All-America honors from … Was Tech’s primary place-kicker, but also kicked off late in the season … Was 20-for-25 on the year on field goals and 34-for-36 on PATs … Made game-winning kicks against Georgia Tech and Rutgers in overtime, as well as against Virginia as time expired … Made a 41-yard field goal as time expired to force overtime in the season opener against Georgia Tech, only to later make a 17-yarder in overtime for the victory … Was named ACC Specialist of the Week for his late heroics against the Yellow Jackets … Made a 32-yard field goal at Pittsburgh … Made a 35-yard field goal and hit on 4-of-5 PATs against Bowling Green … Made three PATs, while adding a 24-yard field goal against Cincinnati … Went 2-for-2 on PATs, also hitting 40- and 35-yard field goals at North Carolina … Put 41- and 37-yard field goals through the uprights, while also going 5-for-5 on PATs against Duke … Made a 40-yard field goal and both extra point attempts at Clemson … Made 2 of 3 field goal attempts, from 22 and 20 yards, at Miami … Attempted three field goals and made two, from 35 and 21 yards, also making both attempted PATs against Florida State … Made all three field goal attempts including a 41- and 42-yarder, also making all three PAT attempts at Boston College … Made a 29-yard field goal as time expired to lift the Hokies past Virginia, also handled kickoff duties in the game, kicking off three times for a 53.3 yard average … Put a 22-yard field goal through the uprights to defeat Rutgers in the Russell Athletic Bowl in overtime, also adding two tackles in the game on kickoff coverage … Was 4-for-7 on field goals during spring scrimmages with a long of 55 yards … Did not attempt a field goal in the spring game but connected on his only extra point attempt.

2011: An honorable mention All-ACC selection at place-kicker ... Played in 12 games, attempting 61 kicks ... Made 14 of 17 field goals (82.4 percent) and 43 of 44 extra points on the season ... Had a season-long field of 42 yards and totaled 85 points ... Made a field goal in every game he played in ... Connected on his first collegiate field goal attempt from 28 yards against Appalachian State ... Made 9-of-9 extra point attempts for 12 total points ... Made 1 of 2 field goals at ECU, connecting from 30 yards ... Also was 2-for-2 on PATs ... Hit a 31-yard field goal and missed from 40-yards out in the win over Arkansas State ... Made 3-of-3 extra points ... Made a 41-yarder at Marshall, but missed from 37 ... Also hit on 3 of 4 PATs ... Hit a 24-yard second quarter field goal on his lone kick against Clemson ... Made a 28-yard field goal in the third quarter in the win over Miami, while connecting on all five PATs ... Connected on five more extra points at Wake Forest and booted a 24-yard field goal in the fourth quarter ... Was 3-for-3 on field goals against BC, hitting from 26, 36 and 24 yards ... Also made three PATs for 12 total points ... Missed the Duke game due to a quadriceps injury ... Returned for the Georgia Tech game and made a 23-yard field goal in the fourth quarter ... Was a perfect 5 of 5 on extra points ... Made all three extra points and a 22-yard field goal against UNC ... Booted a 40-yard field goal and five extra points at Virginia ... Connected on a 42-yard field goal to end the first half in the ACC Championship Game against Clemson and made his lone extra point … Was suspended for the Sugar Bowl game.

2010: Joined in the kicking competition during the fall … Dressed for the Orange Bowl but did not see action … Connected on four of his five field goal attempts in the third scrimmage of the spring … Was 6-for-9 overall in scrimmages … Booted a 26-yard field goal during the Maroon-White game.

2009: Competed for the kicking job during the preseason … Ended up taking a redshirt year … Was 1-for-2 on field goal attempts during spring scrimmages … Hit a 22-yarder and missed from 32-yards out … Handled three kickoffs during the spring Maroon-White game.

High School: A multi-talented player for Coach Steve Ragsdale … Listed as the No. 3 kicker nationally by ESPN/Scouts, Inc. … Listed as the No. 7 kicking prospect in the nation by … Ranked the No. 13 kicking prospect in the nation by Rivals … Ranked the No. 48 player in the state of Virginia by SuperPrep … Rated the No. 50 prospect in Virginia by The Roanoke Times … A PrepStar All-American … A member of SuperPrep’s Mid-Atlantic Team … Named to PrepStar’s All-Atlantic Region Team as a kicker … Booted six field goals as a senior, including three of at least 42 yards … Also was a running back and rushed for 1,060 yards and 13 touchdowns, and he returned a kickoff for a touchdown … A first-team All-Timesland selection by The Roanoke Times … Kicked 10 field goals his junior season, including a long of 54 yards … A first-team All-Group A selection by The Associated Press as a junior.

Personal: Cody James Journell … Born 6/13/91 … Son of Jim and Debbie Journell … Graduated with a degree in marketing management … Working on a second degree in finance.