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#18  Aaron Bryant

Redshirt Junior
Linebacker
6-3, 226
New London, Conn.
New London

A redshirt junior who has made valuable contributions on special teams the past two seasons and will continue to challenge for a regular back-up linebacking post.

Career: Appeared in 16 games for the Huskies and has made 12 tackles.

2007: Saw action in nine games, mainly on special teams but also as a reserve linebacker … Made seven tackles on the year, four of them solos … Had a career-high four tackles at West Virginia (Nov. 24) and also forced a fumble … Made two tackles against Akron (Sept. 29) and one against Maine (Sept. 8).

2006: Played in seven games, mainly on special teams, making a total of five tackles … Assisted on two tackles against Pittsburgh (Nov. 11) … Had a solo stop at Rutgers (Oct. 29) … Split a single tackle against both West Virginia (Oct. 20) and Cincinnati (Nov. 25) … Named the Special Teams Scout Team Player of the Week prior to both the Rhode Island (Aug. 31) and Wake Forest (Sept. 16) games.

2005: Redshirted.

High School: An honorable mention All-State pick in football and a two-time All-League honoree … Named All-State and All-League in basketball, helping New London to back-to-back state championships in 2004 and 2005 … Earned three varsity letters on the gridiron, four in basketball and two more in track, running the 100 and 200 meters and competing in the high jump.

Personal Profile: Aaron Christopher Bryant … Born on December 1, 1987 … A pre-kinesiology major.

YEAR     GP-GS  UT        AT        TT        SKS     TFL      INT      PBU

2006     7-0       1        4        5        0-0     0-0     0        0

2007     9-0       4        3        7        0-0     0-0     0        0

Totals  16-0      5          7          12        0-0      0-0      0          0

 

AARON BRYANT’S CAREER HIGHS

Most Tackles: 4, at West Virginia, 11/24/07


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