Brandon Tucker
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Los Angeles, Calif.

High School:
Wilson HS '06

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 185

Position:
RB

Major:
Art Studio

2009: Did not play due to injury.

2008: Appeared in 7 games, starting against Montana and Northeastern... Missed final five contests due to injury... Amassed 358 yards on 79 carries, scoring team-best 6 touchdowns... Added 28 receptions for 175 yards... Also served on special teams, posting 9-for-167 (18.6) in kick returns and 9-for-59 (6.6) on punt returns... In all, averaged 108.4 per game in all-purpose yards... Recorded season-best totals in both rushing (118) and receiving yards (57) at Northeastern... Totalled 89 yards and two TDs vs. Portland State... Also had pair of scores vs. Southern Utah... Hauled in season-high 9 catches at Montana.

2007: ALL-GREAT WEST FOOTBALL CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM... Earned team's COACHES' AWARD as most improved player... Played in all 11 games, making starts against North Dakota State and Southern Utah when fellow freshman Joe Trombetta went down with injury... Ranked 2nd on team in rushing, finishing with 98 carries for 385 yards and 4 touchdowns... Also caught 30 passes for 247 yards and 2 TDs, and served as team's top kick returner with 17 runbacks for 369 yards (21.7)... Earned Aggies' Offensive Player of the Week awards in back-to-back weeks, rushing for 117 yards and 2 scores vs. Southern Utah then posting 15-for-99 ground numbers vs. Sacramento State... Longest kick return was 44-yarder vs. Cal Poly.

2006: Redshirted... Voted as team's Scout Offense Player of the Week after Cal Poly game.

WILSON HS '06: Rushed for 429 yards while hauling in 51 catches for 851 yards in 2004... Posted 83 tackles and 2 interceptions on defense... Followed with 52-for-717 receiving as a senior.

PERSONAL: Born in Los Angeles, Calif.... Majoring in art studio...Parents are Stanford & Martha Tucker... Lists Brian's Song as his favorite movie... Guiding force behind "The Art of Athletes," a Homecoming weekend art exhibit in 2009 featuring the works of student-athletes.