Hollidaysburg grad voted All-Pro for Colts
From Mirror reports
The honors continue to come in for Hollidaysburg native and Indianapolis Colts’ long snapper Luke Rhodes, who was named to the NFL All-Pro team by the Associated Press on Friday.
Rhodes, 29, was named to the AFC Pro Bowl squad last month.
Rhodes just wrapped up his sixth NFL season and fifth as the Colts’ snapper for punts, field goals and extra points. He has been with Indianapolis since signing as a free agent in October of 2016.
This is his first All-Pro selection by the AP’s 50 voting members.
He was a second team selection to the Pro Bowl in 2020 and second team AP All-Pro pick in 2020.
He is the Colts’ first long snapper to be voted AP first team All-Pro.
Rhodes, who appeared in 16 of the Colts’ 17 games during the past season, is a 2011 graduate of Hollidaysburg Area High School and 2016 graduate of William & Mary.
Two Pittsburgh Steelers were also selected to the first team — edge rusher T.J. Watt and defensive interior lineman Cameron Heyward.