Sherrod selected 32nd overall.
Mark Sherrod becomes the first Tiger to earn an invitation to the MLS pre-draft event.
Senior forward recognized for the third consecutive season.
2005: Named to the All-C-USA Second Team for the third-straight year ... Selected to ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Third Team ... Earned C-USA Offensive Player of the Week honors (10/10) after a combined seven-point performance against South Carolina and East Carolina ... Named to Top Drawer Soccer's National Team of the Week (10/31) after collecting five points against UCF ... Led the team in goals with 12, points with 29, shots with 65, shots on goal with 34 and tied for the team lead with two game winners ... Finished his collegiate career third all-time in scoring at Memphis with 39 goals and second all-time in C-USA history ... Also finished tied for third in points with 90 ... Collected three multi-goal games with two goals against Evansville, East Carolina and UCF ... Earned five points in two games ... Attempted a season high nine shots against UCF.
2004: A 2004 C-USA All-Conference Second Team selection ... A CoSIDA Academic All-District IV Team selection ... The Tigers' premier goal scorer led the conference with 12 goals ... Tied for the conference lead with four game-winning goals, all coming against C-USA opponents (Cincinnati, Marquette, Louisville and No. 21 Saint Louis) ... Recorded three-straight game-winners ... Had three multi-goal games (Evansville and Marquette), including a hat trick against Lipscomb ... Named to Soccer America's National Team of the Week (10/5) after scoring three goals, including both game-winners, in conference wins against Cincinnati and Marquette ... Also named C-USA Offensive Player of the Week (10/4) ... One of the fastest players on the team, Metcalf helped the Tigers jump to its first C-USA regular season title and C-USA tournament championship ... A preseason All-C-USA selection.
2003: Had an explosive sophomore campaign ... Started in all 18 games ... Has exceptional speed and can score ... Led the Tigers in scoring with a team-high 24 points, 10 goals and four assists ... Finished third in the league in points and fifth in goals scored ... Recorded four game-winning scores and provided a pair of game-winning assists ... Netted multi-goal performances against Centenary (9/6), Wisconsin-Milwaukee (9/14) and Lipscomb (10/14) ... Scored three goals en route to earning Conference USA Player of the Week on 10/20 ... Garnered All-Midwest Region honors ... Named to the 2003 CoSIDA Academic All-America Third Team, the CoSIDA All-District IV Team and All C-USA Second Team.
2002: Saw playing time in 16 matches as a freshman ... Drew starts in C-USA matches against South Florida and DePaul ... Finished the season third on the team with five goals scored for a total of 10 points ... Scored his first collegiate goal in a 7-0 shutout of Lipscomb (9/11) ... Notched his first multi-goal performance with a pair of scores in the Tigers' 7-1 defeat of Belmont in the home finale.
Prep: Set the Tennessee state record for goals scored in a season with 65 in only 26 games (2.5 average) his senior year ... Totaled 110 career goals ... A three-time All-Region selection, including region MVP as a junior ... District MVP three-straight seasons ... All-Tournament in the Best of the West as a sophomore and Best of the West MVP as a junior ... A five-sport standout in soccer, cross-country, basketball, track and, according to Tiger coach Richie Grant, was a possible Division I football recruit as a kicker ... Played club soccer for the Memphis Rangers alongside teammate Dayton O'Brien.