Skyhawk Football | James Satterfield
|Height/Weight||6-1 - 171 lbs.|
2013: Once again was a special teams weapon for the Skyhawks, ranking fourth in the OVC in punting (42.2 average)…Punted 58 times for 2,446 yards including two touchbacks, 16 fair catches, 10 of 50-plus yards and 24 inside the opponent’s 20-yard line…Was named College Football Performance Awards National Punter of the Week on Oct. 28 after averaging 52.7 yards per punt (three punts for 158 yards) in the win at Austin Peay…Had three punts of 60-plus yards, including two in the Eastern Illinois game (season long of 66 yards).
2012: Snagged All-Ohio Valley Conference second team specialist accolades…Ranked second in the OVC in punting average (42.5 yards) and ninth in number of punts (41)…Punted for 1,744 yards, including three touchbacks, 14 fair catches, seven of 50-plus yards and nine inside the opponent’s 20-yard line…Boomed the two longest punts of any OVC player, a 73-yarder at Tennessee Tech on Nov. 10 and a 70-yarder against Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 29…Averaged 51.2 yards per punt (205 yards) over four punts at Tennessee Tech…Was named to the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll.
2011: Appeared in two games for the Skyhawks, seeing action against Jacksonville State and Union College…Served as kickoff specialist, accumulating 534 kickoff yards in nine attempts.
2010: Redshirted…Appeared in one game against Lambuth.
BEFORE UTM: Played football for head coach Robert Lassiter at Gallatin High School...Was named as an all-midstate punter his senior season...Named All-District 9-AAA...Was Gallatin's Special Teams Most Valuable Player...Made 52 of 56 extra points and six of 10 field goals his senior year...Kicked a career-long 50-yard field goal...Helped the Green Wave post a 10-3 won-loss record and advance to the state quarterfinals.
PERSONAL: Born on April 8, 1992…Son of Joe and Trudi Satterfield…Majoring in agriculture.