Josh Gebhardt - 2013
SOPHOMORE (2011): Played in 13 games with four starts... Totaled 22 tackles with three stops for loss and two sacks on the defensive line... Made starts against Samford (9/3) and Tusculum (9/10) to start the year... Also started against Alabama (11/19) and Old Dominion (12/3)... Posted six tackles and one sack against the Pioneers... Posted six tackles, with five being solo stops, against the Terriers... Blocked an extra point in the fourth quarter of the Old Dominion playoff game.
FRESHMAN (2010): Played in all 15 games and started six games, replacing injured Dion DuBose for the Furman game and four playoff games... also started at Chattanooga... picked up first career sack (10 yards) against Savannah State... registered three solo tackles versus Tigers... three tackles at Navy (1U, 2A)... named to the SoCon All-Freshman team... scored safety for Eagles by tackling Wofford quarterback in the endzone for first GSU points... picked up South Carolina State fumble and ran 34-yards for an Eagle touchdown in playoff win... also had an interception against Bulldogs late in Paulson playoff game to put the Eagle offense back on the field and add a touchdown... had seven games with three total tackles... posted 6.5 tackles for loss, including two during S.C. State playoff game, during freshman campaign.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Kenny Dallas at Landmark Christian Academy... Atlanta Journal-Constitution First-Team All-State selection as senior... Offense-Defense All-American in 2009... Region 5A Defensive Player of the Year... three-time member of Region 5A first team as a sophomore, junior and senior... earned Region 5A honorable mention recognition as a freshman... Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State honorable mention... lettered all four years... named team captain as a senior... also played basketball for three seasons.
PERSONAL: Born in Douglasville, Ga., on October 23, 1991... son of Aron and Marianne Gebhardt... Father played football at West Georgia and mother played basketball at Valdosta State University.
MAJOR: Pre-Communication Arts.