The votes are in, and our panel of experts (read: me) has finalized its selections
for UVa's All-Decade Team for 1990-1999.  The final cuts are below. Offense can
be found
here; defense can be found here; and special teams can be found here.
Final Cuts
Historical Stats & Info
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Quarterback:  Aaron Brooks was the clear #2 behind Shawn Moore.
Tight End: Aaron Mundy was head and shoulders above everyone else.
Wide Receiver:  This was another extremely close call, with Tyrone Davis
edging out Germane Crowell for wide receiver #2.
Running Back: Tiki Barber was just edged out by Terry Kirby for the second
running back spot.
Guard: Mark Dixon and Noel LaMontagne were easy choices for the guard
Tackle:  Jim Reid, Chris Harrison, and Doug Karczewski received some
consideration for the second tackle spot.
Center: John St. Clair was the clear choice at center.
Defensive End:  Chris Slade was a given. The competition for the second
defensive end spot, which came down to Patrick Kerney and Mike Frederick,
was much closer than I would have expected. Frederick was good for a
longer period and actually had more career sacks (26-24) and tackles for
loss (50-32). However, during their best seasons, Kerney was more
dominant, which gave him the edge in my book.
Defensive Tackle: Todd White and Antonio Dingle seemed like pretty obvious
Outside Linebacker: Jamie Sharper and James Farrior were no-brainers.
Byron Thweatt was probably the next man up.
Middle Linebacker: Randy Neal was pretty damn good.  He's 7th on the
all-time tackle list, and his 139 tackles in 1993 are the 3rd highest single
season total in school history.  Neal also returned a school record four
interception  for touchdowns during his career.
Safety: The final decision on the second safety spot came down to Percy
Ellsworth and Keith Lyle.
Cornerback:  There were a number of guys in the mix for cornerback #2