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2012 Aggie roster second tab

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From page C3 | October 04, 2012 |

No. Name Pos.
1 Dre Allen CB
2 Charles Boyett FS
3 Nick Aprile TB/FB
4 Aarynn Jones FS
5 Tom Hemmingsen WR
6 Phillip Thrappas FS
7 Alex Cannon WR
8 Kirk Skierski LB
9 Jabari Howard CB
10 Frederick Rice CB
11 Jonathan Perkins CB
12 Justin Nunes QB
13 Austin Heyworth QB
14 London Lacy QB
15 Ryan O’Holleran LB
16 Tavior Mowry RB
17 Randy Wright QB
18 Nick King DE
19 Shamawn Wright CB
20 Colton Silveria RB
21 Byron Gruendl LB
22 Courtney Williams RB
23 Dane Turner WR
24 Garth Keffer CB
25 Sam Paneno retired
26 Kevyn Lewis FS
27 Earnest Sayles III SS
28 Jonathan Maricic RB
29 Alex Hines CB
30 Ryan Dimino LB
31 Hunter Pahl LB
32 Marquis Nicolis RB
33 Steven Pitts LB
34 Andrew Benjamin DT
35 Jonathan Bias LB
36 Artice Nelson LB
37 Jacob Waas DL
38 Brady Stuart K
39 Quinn Harris FS
40 Reece Ludwig LB
41 Jordan Glass LB
42 Bobby Erskine DE
45 Atlas Smith TE
45 Chad Davis FB
46 Kenny Brookins TB
47 Dalton Turay FB
49 Colin Kelly DE
50 Walter Earnest DE
51 Terry Bender DE
52 Joey Waters LS
54 Mitchell McCarthy LB
56 Andrew Hunter DT
62 Zach Perron OL
63 Tim Ketaily OL
68 Sean Davies OL
71 Jay Luchetti OL
72 Al Doiron OL
74 Ray Wilburn OL
76 Ryan Lefotu OT
77 Ian Joseph OL
78 Parker Smith C
79 Jimmy Kunkel OL
80 TJ King WR
81 Anthony Soto WR
82 Corey Galindo WR
84 Cameron Sentance TE
85 Brooks Baker WR
86 Taylor Sloat TE
87 Mark Martindale TE
88 Tim Benton WR
89 Asher Gotzmer WR
90 Colton Schmidt P
92 Wesley O’Brien TE
94 Marques Barron DE
95 Anthony Kaspar DT
97 Khalid Jones DT
99 Luke Wood DE

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