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Nick Allotta
64  Nick Allotta

San Diego, Calif.

High School:
Rancho Bernardo

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 304




2007 (Senior): One of the MWC's most versatile linemen, started all 12 games, three at center and nine at guard, earning second-team all-conference honors...Had 49 `big' blocks, defined by the coaching staff as getting his guy on the ground...Graded out with a winning percentage - better than 85 percent - in nine of 12 games, and two of those efforts were as a center...Despite wanting to play center, unselfishly agreed to play guard in filling a team need...Spent much of fall camp as the first-team center, then started at right guard in season opener at Colorado (Sept. 1)...Replaced an injured Tim Walter (ankle) as the starting center in Weeks 2 and 3, losses vs. Cal (Sept. 8) and at Houston (Sept. 22), then returned to his right guard role at TCU (Sept. 29)...Against San Diego State (Oct. 6), screened two defenders to spring Kyle Bell on a key 7-yard run during a touchodown drive...Started again at center vs. Air Force (Oct. 13), as coaches tweaked the lineup, and helped Gartrell Johnson to 143 yards on the ground, then shifted back to guard at UNLV (Oct. 20) and assisted the Rams to 279 rushing yards...Helped Johnson to a career-best 172 rushing yards at New Mexico (Nov. 10)...Ushered Johnson to another 136 on the ground in win vs. Georgia Southern (Nov. 17), including a significant block on the back's second-quarter touchdown run. 2006 (Junior): Started in 11 games at three different positions...Started at left guard vs. Utah, TCU and San Diego State...Started at center vs. BYU...Sat out game vs. New Mexico due to an injury...Started at right guard in the season opener vs. Weber State and at center in the next six games...Started at left guard vs. Utah...Named to The Sporting News preseason all-MWC team and to the preseason all-MWC third team by Athlon. 2005 (Sophomore): Started in the team's last nine regular-season games at both center and guard...Played in all 12 games, including three as a reserve. 2004 (Freshman): Played on the offensive line against Montana State, Wyoming and UNLV. 2003: Redshirted. High School: Played for coach Ron Hamamoto at Rancho Bernardo High School...Two-time all-league selection...Named his team's offensive most valuable player in 2002...Named to the all-San Diego County all-star team and earned all-CIF honors...Also was named to the conference's all-academic team...Led team to 11-2 record and a berth in the 2002 state playoffs, where Rancho Bernardo was beaten in the second round of competition...Helped the team to CIF title game in 2001...Nationally ranked track competitor in the discus (171 feet, 10 inches) and shot put (56 feet, 1 inch)...Played basketball for the state's second-ranked team. Personal: Born March 20, 1985, in La Mesa, Calif...Son of Vincent Allotta and Marilyn Coleman...Has two brothers...Full name: Nicholas John Allotta.


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