Sehorn went on to play all three sports at Shasta College from 1990-91, making his biggest impact on the gridiron where he lined-up as a wide receiver, kick returner and safety. He holds numerous Shasta College records, including: touchdowns in a season (17), touchdowns in a career (34), longest kickoff return (100 yds), season scoring (106 points), career scoring (210 points), and all-purpose yards per game (253). Sehorn’s 506 all-purpose yards in a 1991 game against Solano was a national community college record that stood for ten years, and his 4,308 career all-purpose yards ranks second in U.S. community college football history. For his football accomplishments, Sehorn was named a two-time 1st Team JC Grid-Wire All American, two-time All Golden Valley Conference and Golden Valley Conference MVP and CCCFCA All State in 1990.
During the 1990-91 season, Sehorn starred on the Shasta College men’s basketball team, averaging 12.5 points and 6 rebounds per game. In 1991, Sehorn set a Shasta College track and field record with a triple jump of 48 feet 1 ½ inches, and won four events to lead the Knights to a Golden Valley Conference track and field championship.
Following his brilliant career at Shasta, Sehorn signed a scholarship to play football for the USC Trojans where he lined-up at both safety and cornerback. He totaled 136 tackles (108 solo) with 10 interceptions and 23 passes defended while returning 31 punts for 7.3-yard average in his Trojan career.
Sehorn was selected 59th overall in the 1995 NFL Draft by the New York Giants, where he played for nine seasons, highlighted by a 2001 NFC Championship. He signed with the St. Louis Rams in 2003.
However, it is often Sehorn’s generous volunteer activities that set him apart from other elite athletes. He has helped several single mothers in Newark, N.J. become homeowners. Sehorn's Corner hosts "Turkey Trot", a program in which his foundation purchases Thanksgiving meals for single-parent families in Elizabeth, NJ. Sehorn has hosted a Mother's Day luncheon in Newark for single-parent mothers and continues his involvement in numerous charities. His donation to Mt. Shasta High was the catalyst for a renovation to the school’s track facilities in 2003
In 2005, Sehorn joined Fox Sports Net, and is currently a panelist on their Sunday NFL pregame show.
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