Glenn Adriatico
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Burbank, Calif.

High School:
Burroughs HS '98

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 180

Position:
WR

Major:
Sociology

2001: Finished 3rd on team with 27 catches and 360 yards... Also team?s leading punt returner, posting 18-214-0 line for the year... Collected 31-yard TD from Kenny Kearns at Humboldt... Enjoyed breakout game in NCAA quarterfinal vs. Tarleton State (Texas)... Filling in for injured Charley Enos, caught 3 passes for 73 yards and a 55-yard TD... Also returned a kickoff 66 yards for a TD... Both scores occured within minutes of each other during the fourth quarter, extending Aggies? lead from 3 to 17... Had career-best 7 catches in national semifinal against North Dakota... Returned 5 kickoffs for 120 yards, mostly in postseason... First career kick return was 25-yarder in season opener vs. New Mexico Highlands... Twice had 100 yards in all-purpose yards: 101 (68 rec, 33 pr) vs. Western Oregon, 100 at North Dakota (82 rec, 18 pr).

CAREER POSTSEASON: 19 catches for 292 yards, 2 TDs... 9 punt returns, 92 yards... 4 kickoff returns for 95 yards, including 66-yard TD vs. Tarleton.

2000: Caught 7 passes for 184 yards... Pulled down 34-yard TD pass vs. Eastern Oregon... Had career-high 86 receiving yards vs. Southern Utah... Fell just shy of 100 all-purpose yards in that game... Also led Aggies in punt returns, bringing back 17 punts for 234 yards and a 63-yard TD (vs. Saint Mary?s).

1999: Appeared in 6 games including both NCAA playoff games... Started the quarterfinal in place of an injured Charley Enos... Caught 4 passes for 56 yards and a TD, all in postseason play... Caught 30-yd TD in final quarter vs. Central Oklahoma to help seal that win.

1998: Redshirted.

BURROUGHS HS ?98: Named first team All-Foothill League three times... Twice named all-section... Set school records for career receptions and yards receiving... First team all-area pick by Los Angeles Times and L.A. Daily News... Team went 8-2 and reached section playoffs his junior year.

PERSONAL: Born Aug. 3, 1980 in Glendale, Calif.... Age 22 throughout season... Majoring in sociology... Lists Bo Jackson as his sports hero.