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  Aaron Meyer
Aaron Meyer

Player Profile
Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Luling, LA

High School:
John Curtis Christian

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 292

Position:
OG

Birthdate:
06/18/1985

Experience:
4V

UCLA - Aaron figures to compete for playing time along the offensive line and will open Fall camp at one of the guard spots.

2007 - Competed on the scout teams and did not see game action.

2006 - Saw limited action at center ... Appeared in four games -- Utah, Stanford, Arizona and California -- and played three snaps in each contest.

2005 - Appeared in three games as a redshirt freshman ... Meyer played virtually the entire Oregon State game at center following an injury to Mike McCloskey ... Also played 20 snaps versus Rice and three at San Diego State.

2004 - Did not see action in his first year with the program.

HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered in football for four seasons for coach J.T. Curtis at John Curtis Christian HS in River Ridge, LA ... Four-star center prospect by Max Emfinger ... A three-star prospect by TheInsiders.com ... Rated No. 89 offensive lineman in the nation by TheInsiders.com ... Rated No. 26 prospect in the state of Louisiana by SuperPrep ... Earned two stars from rivals.com ... Named to the coaches' all-state team ... Selected All-Eastbank and All-District after his senior season ... Team won the State championship in his sophomore and junior seasons and was the State runner-up in his freshman and senior seasons ... Also lettered one season in track and field (discus) for coach Brandt Sloan.

PERSONAL - Full Name: Aaron Jay Meyer ... Born: June 18, 1985 in New Orleans, LA ... Parents: Michael and Stephanie Meyer ... Has one brother, Michael, Jr. and one sister, Ashley ... Biggest thrill in sports was playing in the State high school championship game ... Lists NFL standout offensive lineman Orlando Pace as one of the athletes he admires the most ... Hobbies include chess and watching movies ... Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2004 ... History major.


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