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Indianapolis Colts kicker Pat McAfee (1) celebrates with Sergio Browns (38) after the colts recovered an onside kick against the Tennessee Titans during the first half of play at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana, September 28, 2014. UPI/John Sommers II
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Patrick "Pat" McAfee (born May 2, 1987 in Plum, Pennsylvania) is an American football punter for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League. He was a placekicker, punter, and soccer player at West Virginia.

McAfee was a first team all-conference selection at Plum High as a senior placekicker. McAfee was 7-7 on field goals with a long of 48 yards, and 80% of his kickoffs went for touchbacks. McAfee was ranked the #1 kicker in the nation by Scout.com. He was the 2003 National Punt, Pass, and Kick champion. His most memorable moment was on a one-on-one competition in Miami, when he won the contest with a 65 yard field goal. He was a three year first team all-WPIAL soccer player as a striker and defender. He participated in numerous Olympic Development teams in overseas action in Austria and Switzerland while in high school.

McAfee earned the starting job at West Virginia University as a freshman.

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