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54   Cull, Daly
DL / OL

Height: 6'1
Weight: 275
Class: Alumni

Birthday: 4/11/1999
GPA: 3.00
Favorite Class: Ag Mechanics
Favorite Teacher: Coach Taylor
What Does Commando Football Mean To You: It means a special bond that only a COMMANDO player gets to experience. Also a way of life that I love.

Daly ended his four year career with the COMMANDOS as a highly decorated lineman.  He was named an ‘ALL-REGION’ player for both his junior and senior season as well as being 1st team ‘ALL-COUNTY’ in each of those seasons.  In addition to that he played in the 2016 Toyota ‘EAST-WEST ALL-STAR CLASSIC’ and was voted by his teammates as the teams ‘MOST VALUABLE LINEMAN’ as well as a ‘TEAM CAPTAIN’ while also being named as the ‘MOST VALUABLE LINEMAN’ for the Freshman team in 2013.  More important than his awards as a player was the love he showed every day for his teammates.  He had a great career for HHS being a three year starter for the varsity team on the defensive line while starting on the offensive line in each of the past two seasons.  He was one of the team’s leaders in the trenches every year while he was in the program.  He was committed to the weightroom and was one of the strongest players on the team helping him be explosive on the field.  On offense he moved from tackle to center for his final season.  He was a devastating blocker helping create holes for the teams rushing attack.  On the defensive side of the ball he ended his career with 87 tackles, 10 tackles for lost yardage, 5.5 sacks, 8 QB hurries, 1 pass knock down, and 1 forced fumble.  As important as his play on game day, the team will greatly miss his great practice habits where he came to work at practice every day and forced his teammates to raise their level of play.  He also showed COMMANDO PRIDE with his effort to do everything he could to help his team and was always willing to help his teammates as well as serve his community always volunteering his time when the team did community service projects.  His leadership and commitment to the program will be impossible to replace and the team will miss him.

2016-Had another great season in the trenches for the COMMANDOS as a two way starter all season long as well as the team’s leader up front.  On offense he made the move from tackle to center where he was an excellent blocker while on defense, he had the ability to play both noseguard and tackle.  He was voted by his teammates as a ‘TEAM CAPTAIN’ along with Weston Schwerdt.  He was also voted as the teams ‘MOST VALUABLE LINEMAN’.  In addition to the team awards, he was named 1st team ‘ALL-COUNTY’ as an offensive lineman and was a member of the ‘ALL-REGION’ team.  He was also selected to play in an all-star game where he played on the offensive line for the west team helping them win in the Toyota ‘EAST-WEST ALL-STAR CLASSIC GAME’ played following the season.  He led the team on offense as the team’s center snapping the ball while being a great blocker all season long.  On defense, he ended the season with 24 tackles, 4 tackles for loss, 3 QB hurries, and 1 forced fumble.  Recorded a season high 6 tackles in the Gallatin game.  Had a season high 2 tackles for loss against Hunters Lane while adding 1 versus both Siegel and Beech.  His QB hurries came in the games against Cane Ridge, Hillsboro, and Hunters Lane while he forced a fumble against Hunters Lane.


2015-Was a two way starter in the trenches for the COMMANDOS, helping the team to a 10 win season for the 2nd consecutive year.  He was named to the ‘ALL-REGION’ team as well as making 1st team ‘ALL-COUNTY’ as an offensive lineman for his play throughout the season.  Started at tackle on offense where he helped pave the way for the COMMANDO rushing attack.  He was a consistent blocker and through his great practice habits, he improved throughout the season.  Daly also had another great year on the defensive, leading the team in tackles against Siegel with 4 stops.  Ended the season with 24 tackles, 2 sacks, and 2 tackles for lost yardage.  He made stops in 11 of the team’s 12 games.  Had a season high of 4 tackles in 3 games as he matched the mark he had versus Siegel against East Nashville as well as in the team’s 1st round playoff victory over Shelbyville.  His sacks came against Hillsboro, East Nashville, and Shelbyville, and his tackles for loss were recorded in the East Nashville and Hunters Lane contests.


2014-Did a great job for HHS on the defensive line.  He was a starting defensive lineman for most of the season, and was a backup on the offensive line.  Ended the season with 39 tackles, 2.5 sacks, 4 tackles for loss, 5 QB hurries, and 1 pass knock down for the District 9-AAA Champion COMMANDOS.  Led team with a career high 9 tackles that included 0.5 sack in the team’s 44-0 win at Station Camp.  Had at least 1 tackle in 11 of the teams 12 games.  Recorded 1 sack against both Riverdale and Centennial.  Tallied 1 tackle for lost yardage versus Hunters Lane, Portland, Mt. Juliet, and Centennial.  Had a season best 2 QB hurries in the teams 1st round playoff victory against Independence while having 1 hurry in the Lebanon, Brentwood, and Gallatin contests.  His pass knock down came in the Riverdale game.


2013-Started on both sides of the ball in the trenches for the Freshman COMMANDOS.  He was a tackle on both defense and offense and was one the teams’ toughest players.  He did a great job stopping opponents running games and was also a good blocker on offense.  He was voted by his teammates as the ‘Most Valuable Lineman’ for the Freshman team that ended the season with a perfect record including a 33-30 victory in the Freedom Bowl over the previously undefeated Oakland Patriots.  He wore jersey #54 for the Freshman squad.


 


-Member of the HHS Track & Field team


-2014 -2015 - Member of the HHS Wrestling team




Defense
Tackles Interceptions Fumbles
Total Solo Asst Sack SFTY Hurries TFL YL Ints Passes Defensed DTD FF FR
87 57 30 5.5 0 8 10 27 0 1 0 1 0




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Morales, Erick
Erick Morales
DB / SE

Height: 5'10
Weight: 155
Class: Senior
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8/17 Blackman Home -
8/24 Centennial Away -
8/31 Station Camp Home -
9/7 Beech Away -
9/14 Lebanon Home -
9/21 Franklin Away -
9/28 Wilson Central (HC) Home -
10/5 Gallatin Home -
10/12 BYE Home -
10/19 Rossview Away -
10/26 Mt. Juliet Away -
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