Signed with the 49ers out of Georgia Military College, Dec. 19, 2012. Enrolled in spring semester, 2013. A linebacker and fullback in junior college, he played Inside Linebacker for the 49ers. 2013: Wore the 49ers honorary #49 jersey in Game 2 vs. Chowan, Sept. 7 ... ranked third in FCS with team-high 4 forced fumbles (0.40/gm) and 12th with 3 fumble recoveries ... added one INT to share team-lead with 4 takeaways as 49ers ranked ninth in FCS in takeaways (31), 5th in fumbles recovered (16) and 25th in INTs (15) ... posted 49ers longest INT return and longest INT return for a TD with 70-yard Pick Six vs. Morehead State, Nov. 23 ... third on team with 67 tackles and second with 46 solo tackles ... added 2.0 tackles for loss and 2 break-ups ... led 49ers in tackles three times (including last 2 games of the year) with 11 vs. #24 Gardner-Webb, Oct. 5, 10 vs. Wesley, Nov. 9 and 12 vs. Morehead State, Nov. 23 ... played 10 of 11 games, missing one game with an injury ... all seven starts came in the last seven games of the year ... named Second Team FCS Independent all-Conference by collegesportsmadness.com and named Madness FCS Independent Defensive Player of the Week in final week of season after posting 12 tackles, one forced fumble and that 70-yard INT return for a TD in 49ers 61-17 win at Morehead State ... served as team captain for three games (UNC Pembroke; at #6 Coastal Carolina; at Morehead State) ... one of the 49ers designated Flag Carriers twice: vs. Gardner-Webb and vs. Wesley College.
At Georgia Military College:
Clayton-Molby was second on the team with 49 tackles with four sacks, four forced fumbles and an interception.
At Arnold H.S.:
Originally from Kansas, Clayton-Molby finished up his high school career at Arnold High School in Panama City, Fla. He had 123 tackles and two sacks as a senior there.
“Caleb really answers a couple questions for us. First is age. We’re looking for some older guys in this class to add some age to our team. He also brings alot of versatility. We’re recruiting him as an H-back but we know he can play either side of the ball. What attracted us to him is his athleticism and that versatility that we’ve really looked for. On top of that is his ability to get here in January and get an early start in being a part of our program.”
Born Feb. 1, 1993 ... parents are mother Tracie and Scott Zabokrtsky and father Sean and Christy Molby ... grandparents are Pam and Jerry Clayton ... sisters Briahnna and Ella Molby and a brother, Tristan Molby ... major in Geography ... dirtbiking, snow and wake boarding and long board surfing.