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UVA's All-Decade Team (2000-2009)
Matt Schaub
The ACC Player of the Year in 2002, Schaub ended his career as
UVa's all-time leader in completions, attempts, completion
percentage, passing yards, touchdown passes, 200-yard passing
games, and consecutive games with a touchdown pass.  He also
holds numerous single-season and game records. Schaub was
selected Honorable Mention All-America in 2002, and was voted to
the All-ACC team in 2002 (1st Team) and 2003 (2nd Team). He is
the only quarterback to lead the Hoos to two bowl game victories.
Alvin Pearman
A dual threat, Pearman ranks 9th on Virginia's all-time list in
rushing yards (2,394), 3rd in receptions (138), and 11th in receiving
yards (1,396).  Pearman is one of only nine Virginia running backs
to break the 1,000 yard barrier (1,037 yards in 2004), and he holds
the UVa record for most receptions in a game (16). Pearman was
voted 1st Team All-ACC in 2004.
Wali Lundy
Like Pearman, Lundy was a true dual threat.  He ranks 5th on
Virginia's career rushing list (3,193 yards) and is tied with Herman
Moore for 8th on the all-time receptions list (114). Lundy was also a
touchdown machine, finishing with 43 career rushing touchdowns,
tops in UVa and ACC history.  Lundy was selected 2nd Team
Freshman All-American by the Sporting News in 2002, and he was
voted 2nd Team All-ACC in 2003.
D'Brickashaw Ferguson
One of the most accomplished offensive tackles in UVa history,
"Brick" was selected 4th Team All-America by and voted 1st Team All-ACC as a junior
in 2004.  Ferguson was even better in 2005, when he was selected
to several All-America teams (1st Team by the Associated Press;
2nd Team by the Walter Camp Foundation; 3rd Team by and once again was voted 1st Team All-ACC.
Elton Brown
Along with Jim Dombrowski and Ray Roberts, Brown is one of only
three Virginia players to win the Jacobs Blocking Trophy in back to
back seasons. Brown was selected to the All-ACC Team three
times (Honorable Mention in 2002, 2nd Team in 2003, and 1st
Team in 2004), and he was a consensus All-America selection as
a senior in 2004.
Zac Yarbrough
Yarbrough was a mainstay on Virginia's offensive line from
2002-2004.  Yarbrough started 34 games at center during this
period, paving the way for Alvin Pearman and Wali Lundy.
Yarbrough earned 2nd Team All-ACC honors as a senior in 2004.
Branden Albert
Continuing the UVa tradition of accomplished offensive linemen,  
Albert made an immediate impact as a freshman in 2005, when he
was named 3rd Team Freshman All-America and was selected to
the ACC All-Freshman Team by The Sporting News.  Albert
received Honorable Mention All-ACC honors in 2006, then had a
breakthrough season in 2007, when he was voted 1st Team
All-ACC and was selected to several All-America teams (2nd Team
All-America by; 3rd Team All-America by
the AP; Honorable Mention All-America by Pro Football Weekly).
Eugene Monroe
The latest in Virginia's recent run of badass offensive linemen,
Monroe was voted Honorable Mention All-ACC in 2007. He then
burst onto the national scene in 2008, when he won the Jacobs
Blocking Trophy, earned 1st Team All-ACC honors, and was
named to numerous All-America teams (2nd Team All-America by
the AP, Walter Camp Football Foundation, Phil Steele,,
and The Sporting News; 3rd Team All-America by; Honorable Mention All-America by Pro
Football Weekly and
Billy McMullen
McMullen led UVa in receptions for four straight seasons. He is
Virginia's all-time leader in receptions with 210 - an incredible
more catches than his closest pursuer.  McMullen also leads all
UVa receivers in career receiving yards (2,978), and he is 3rd in
touchdown receptions (24). Along with Herman Moore, McMullen is
one of only two Virginia players to go over 1,000 receiving yards in a
season.  McMullen was selected 3rd Team All-America by Football
News in 2001, and he earned 1st Team All-ACC honors in 2001
and 2002.
Kevin Ogletree
Despite leaving school a year early, Ogletree ranks 7th on
Virginia's all-time list in receptions (114) and 13th in receiving
yards (1,332).  Ogletree led the Hoos in receptions and receiving
yards in 2006 and 2008, and earned All-ACC honors both seasons
(Honorable Mention in 2006, 2nd Team in 2008).
Heath Miller
"Big Money" is 2nd on Virginia's all-time list in receptions (144) and
7th in receiving yards (1,703).  As a freshman in 2002, Miller was
voted 2nd Team All-ACC and was selected to numerous freshman
All-America teams.  He was even better in 2003, when he led the
Hoos in receptions, receiving yards, and touchdown receptions,
and earned 2nd Team All-America (2nd Team All-America by,, and and 2nd Team All-ACC honors. Miller
capped his brilliant career in 2004, when he became the first
unanimous All-American tight end in ACC history, earned 1st Team
All-ACC honors, and won the Mackey Award as the top tight end in
the nation.
The votes are in, and our panel of experts (read: me) has finalized its selections
for UVa's All-Decade Team for 2000-2009.  The leading vote-getters on offense
are below. Defense can be found
here; special teams can be found here; and
final cuts / close calls can be found