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#21 A.J. Anderson
Position: Cornerback
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 175
Year: Junior
City/State: Omaha, Neb.
High School: Central
Experience: Varsity Reserve

2004 (Jr.) -- He did not see any action, as he could not dress for games due to eligibility issues.  He was able to practice, however, and won the Scout Team Defense Award for the Iowa State game.

 

2003 (Soph.) -- He did not see any action, but dressed for seven games (six home and the CSU contest in Denver).  He saw plenty of spring action due to injuries at the position, and thus received some quality reps.

 

2002 (Fr.-RS) -- He was not enrolled in school.

 

2001 (Fr.) -- He joined the team as a walk-on the first week of classes and practiced at wide receiver most of the season.  He did not see any game action.

 

HIGH SCHOOL -- He lettered three times in football at Omaha Central High School, where he earned first-team all-state (Class A), second-team “Super” state and all-Metro honors at safety as a senior. He had 104 tackles (63 solo) and seven interceptions, returning two for scores, and four fumble recoveries, one for a touchdown, his senior year.  As a junior, he earned honorable mention all-metro accolades when he had two interceptions and 50 tackles.  A three-year starter on defense, he also played wide receiver on offense, starting there as a senior, when he caught 25 passes for just over 300 yards and a touchdown.  Central was 8-4 his senior year, 9-3 his junior and sophomore seasons under coach Joe McMenamin.  He also lettered twice in track, participating in hurdles, with prep bests of 14.8 in the 110-meter and 41.2 in the 300-meters; he qualified for the state meet in the 110 as a junior.

 

ACADEMICS -- He is majoring in international affairs at Colorado.  An honor roll student as a senior in high school, and participated in DECA, a student-marketing group.   

PERSONAL -- Born April 8, 1983 in San Mateo, Calif.  Hobbies include creating music (lyrics) and traveling.  First name is Angelo.

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