Quandre Mosely - Football - University of Kentucky Athletics 21


  • position Defensive Back
  • height 6-2
  • Weight 185
  • class Fifth Year
  • Hometown Brunswick, Ga.
  • Previous School Eastern Arizona CC
  • High school Glynn Academy


  • Saw action in 36 career games with four starts in his three-year career at Kentucky
  • Totaled 69 tackles, 3.0 tackles for loss, 1.0 sacks, 10 pass breakups and three interceptions
  • Graduated on December 17, 2021 with a degree in community and leadership development

2021 – Senior*

  • Played in all 13 games with two starts vs. New Mexico State and Iowa
  • Had 26 tackles, 2.0 TFL, two interceptions, including one for a touchdown and five pass breakups
  • Intercepted an end zone bomb on the final play of the first half in the Vrbo Citrus Bowl vs. Iowa
  • Charted a 38-yard interception return for a touchdown in the first quarter vs. New Mexico State, his first collegiate touchdown
  • Got a season-best four tackles and a tackle for loss at No. 1 Georgia
  • Charted a career-high three pass breakups in the win over LSU

2020 – Senior

  • Played in 10 games in 2020 and had 19 tackles and two pass breakups
  • Had a career-high six tackles at Alabama along with a career-best two PBUs

2019 – Junior

  • Played in all 13 games with two starts vs. Miss. State and South Carolina
  • Totaled 24 tackles with three PBUs, one sack, one TFL and one interception
  • Had a career-best five tackles in the wins over Arkansas and UT Martin
  • Earned his first career start at Mississippi State … Made his first UK interception in the second quarter, with a 39-yard return
  • Mid-year enrollee

Junior College

  • Signed with Eastern Arizona Community College out of high school in 2017
  • As a sophomore in 2018, totaled 50 tackles, a league-high six interceptions, one for a touchdown, and a fumble recovery as a safety for the Monsters
  • Earned 2017 All-WSFL All-League honors
  • Helped Eastern Arizona win the Salt City Bowl game
  • Chose Kentucky over Utah and Oregon

High School

  • Former wide receiver in high school
  • Helped Glynn Academy go 11-2 as a senior in 2017, including undefeated in region play
  • Named GHSA Region 2-6A All-State Honorable Mention as a wide receiver
  • Played for head coach Rocky Hidalgo


  • First name pronounced “QUAN-dray”
  • Born in Brunswick, Georgia
  • Son of Karen and Andre Mosely
  • Siblings are Shae Culpepper, Amiya Mosely, Andre Mosely and Antonio Mosely
  • Major is community and leadership development

Quandre Says

  • His nickname is “Q”
  • He chose Kentucky because it was the best fit for him to become a man
  • The thing he’s looking forward to the most this season is playing and fulfilling his dreams
  • After his football career, he would like to help kids have a better life
  • If he had a hashtag to describe himself it would be #DontSleeponQ
  • His sports heroes are Michael Vick and Cam Newton
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