Tony Tiller

#4 Tony Tiller

HT. 6' 1"
WT. 185
YR. Sr.
HOMETOWN Lithonia, Ga.
One of the SoConís top cornerbacks ... one of the most athletic players on the team. 2002: Continued as one of Americaís shutdown cornerbacks, daring quarterbacks to throw the ball his way ... Earned All-Southern Conference honors for the second-straight season, after tallying 41 tackles, one for a loss, one interception, eight pass breakups and a fumble recovery ... Picked off a David Rivers pass against 1-A power N.C. State (8/31) ... Had a season-high seven tackles against Western Carolina on Sept. 28. 2001: Became one of the nationís top corners in his first season at the position ... second team All-Southern Conference ... honorable mention All-America by Don Hansenís Football Gazette ... led the SoCon with seven interceptions, tying him for fourth on the ETSU single-season list ... season-high nine tackles, all solo, at Furman (10/20) ... also returned a pick 37 yards to set up a score against the Paladins ... nine more stops with a fumble recovery at Wofford (11/17) ... also led team with 13 pass breakups ... broke up four passes at VMI (11/22) ... two interceptions and six tackles vs. Gardner-Webb (9/8) ... at least one tackle in every game he played. 2000: Played in 10 games at receiver ... seven receptions for 89 yards ... made one catch in seven games ... season-long 31-yard reception against VMI (9/16) ... caught touchdown pass against Charleston Southern (11/18). High School: Started first 25 games of program history ... started at quarterback during first three seasons ... completed 147 passes for 1,742 yards and 12 touchdowns ... played at wide receiver during senior season... nine catches for 92 yards ... as a defensive back, had 22 solo tackles and eight assisted tackles ... four interceptions and two pass breakups ... all-county honors ... second team honors from the De Kalb Extra and the De Kalb Neighbor ... ran a 4.5 in the 40 ... also earned a varsity letter in basketball. Personal: Son of Lilieth Tiller ... born Dec. 20, 1981.