NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Vanderbilt long snapper Wesley Schelling has been named first team All-SEC.
Schelling is the first Commodore to earn first team all-conference honors from the league’s coaches since Zach Cunningham in 2016.
A native of Nashville, Schelling executed on all 108 long snaps this season. He was not flagged for a penalty all year. The highlight of his season came against Florida, when he recovered a fumbled punt in the end zone for a touchdown, keying a 31-24 Commodore victory.
Schelling is the 29th first team All-SEC selection from Vanderbilt and just the fourth Commodore specialist to earn that honor. He joins a trio of punters (Ricky Anderson, David Lawrence and Bill Marinangel) who earned first team spots.
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— Vanderbilt Football (@VandyFootball) November 19, 2022