Harvard’s Shelton-Mosley Signs With The Kansas City Chiefs

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Justice Shelton-Mosley, who competed for Harvard University from 2015-2018, signed an undrafted free agent contract with the Kansas City Chiefs. (PHOTO COURTESY: Gil Talbot/Harvard University Athletics)

By Matt Noonan 

Former Harvard University wide receiver and special teamer Justice Shelton-Mosley, who competed for Vanderbilt University this past fall, has signed an undrafted free agent contract with the Kansas City Chiefs.

The Sacramento, California native competed in 32 games for the Crimson, catching 148 passes for 1,921 yards and seven touchdowns. Additionally, he returned kickoffs and punts in all four seasons – he returned a season-high two punt returns for touchdowns during the team’s 2017 campaign.

Shelton-Mosley is currently third in program history in career receptions (148) and fifth in career receiving yards and was a two-time STATS FCS All-American.

At Vanderbilt, Shelton-Mosley caught 14 passes for 97 yards while returning 17 kickoffs and 16 punt returns. He averaged 18.1 yards on kickoffs and 9.1 yards on punts.

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