Nathaniel Hackett
Nathaniel  Hackett


Overland Park, Kan.

High School:
Blue Valley Northwest HS '98

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 220


Biological Sciences


Battle for the Golden Horseshoe set for Saturday

Aggies visit Cal Poly for 6:05 p.m. at Alex G. Spanos Stadium


Aggies continue Big Sky with No. 25 Northern Arizona

Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. (PST) at Walkup Skydome; Game will be televised by Fox Sports AZ Plus


No. 11/14 makes homecoming visit to Aggies Saturday

UC Davis faces its third ranked team of the season and the first of two straight from Montana


Aggies return to Portland State for Big Sky action

UC Davis tries to find its first league win of the season and end three-game streak to Vikings


UC Davis and Idaho State Set for Big Sky Opener

Aggies try for first win of the season with

2001: Played in all 13 games... Posted 38 total tackes (12 solo, 26 assists), 11th on team... Shattered career-high with 13 total stops at Saint Mary?s... Selected as team?s Special Teams Player of the Week for win over Texas A&M-Kingsville... Assisted on tackles-for-loss at SMC and vs. Cal Poly.

2000: Finished 16th on team?s defensive chart with 28 total tackles (15 solos, 13 assists)... Had 3 tackles for losses of 7 yards... Recorded 2 TFL?s, including half a sack in opener vs. New Mexico Highlands... Season-best 5 solos, 2 assists came against Eastern Oregon.

CAREER POSTSEASON: Credited for 8 assists in 7 games.

1999: Played in all 12 games, mostly as a long snapper... Also made defensive chart, posting 2 assisted tackles, including one in NCAA playoff vs. Northeastern State.

1998: Co-winner of GEORGE BELENIS AWARD as outstanding redshirt.

BLUE VALLEY NORTHWEST HS ?98: Lettered three years in football at linebacker and tight end... Team went 25-6 during that span, winning two Eastern Kansas League titles.

PERSONAL: Born Dec. 19, 1979 in Fullerton, La.... Age 22 throughout season... Father is Paul Hackett, former Aggie quarterback and offensive coordinator of New York Jets... Remembers fondly being in the middle of the field at Arrowhead Stadium when Joe Montana was first introduced as a Chief... Father was Kansas City?s offensive coordinator at the time... As a young athlete, pretended to be his big brother, Dave... Would title his autobiography ?Never Hold Back.?