A special-teams standout, played in all 12 games and all but two quarters of the season...Recorded two special-teams stops (one solo).
In 2005, his only season at Carroll College in Helena, Mont., contributed to NAIA national championship as a RB/WR...transferred to CSU and sat out 2006 season.
A four-year letterman and two-time team captain and all-conference choice at Moffat County High School in Craig, Colo. ...Was honorable mention all-state as both a junior and senior, and his team's offensive MVP in final year...Also lettered four years in track and once in basketball.
Given name Aaron Dennis Sanchez...Born April 6, 1986, in Denver, Colo. ...Son of Dennis and Celeste Sanchez...Has three sisters...His cousin, Jeff Perino, was a quarterback at Nebraska...Majoring in health and exercise science...Hometown: Craig, Colo.
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