Chris Buck
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Fair Oaks, Calif.

High School:
Jesuit HS '03

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 211

Position:
LB

Major:
International Relations

2006: ALL-GREAT WEST FOOTBALL CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM... Started all 11 games at willie linebacker... Posted 55 tackles (32 solo, 23 assists), 2nd on team, 1st among LBs and 16th in the GWFC... Also had 7.0 tackles for losses of 47 yards, including 3.0 sacks for 27 yards... Recorded season-best 8 tackles twice: 3-5-8 at Youngstown State and 5-3-8 vs. North Dakota State... Had a sack in three straight games, including a 13-yarder against YSU's Tom Zetts... Had 5 tackles with 2.5 TFLs (16 yds) at Montana State.. Enjoyed streak of six straight games with at least one TFL.

2005: Played in first 9 games as as reserve... Finished with 8 tackles (5 solos, 3 assists) and pair of pass breakups... Opened year with season-best 3 tackles (1-2-3) vs. New Hampshire... Had 2 solo stops a week later vs. Portland State... Posted a PBU against North Dakota State and Stephen F. Austin.

2004: Appeared in 9 games, tallying 8 total tackles (4 solos, 4 assists)... Best game was 2-2-4 chart at Western Oregon... Earned first collegiate sack against South Dakota State, teaming up with John Amos to hit Andy Kardoes for a 9-yard loss.

2003: Redshirted... Named Scout Defense Defensive Player of the Week for Western Oregon game.

JESUIT HS '03: Twice made All-Metro first team by Sacramento Bee... Also captured first-team All-Delta League honors as a running back (senior year) and defensive back (junior).. Helped team to Sac-Joaquin Section title as a senior... Won All-State Special Mention by Cal-Hi Sports... National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete honoree... California nominee for Student Sports Mr. Football award... National Honor Society member for three years... Played for former Aggie quarterback Dan Carmazzi. PERSONAL: Born in Sacramento, Calif.... Majoring in international relations... Parents are Stuart & Ruth Buck... Career highlight was scoring 80-yard TD in high school city championship game.