Steven Wulff
Steven  Wulff


Placentia, Calif.

High School:
El Dorado HS '05

Last College:
Fullerton College/Boise State

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 240



2008: Played in all 12 games, starting eight... Led Aggies with 7.0 sacks for 47 yards... Tallied 30 tackles (20 solos, 10 assists), including 8.5 for losses of 52 yards... Also had a 23-yard interception, 3 pass breakups and a fumble recovery during the year... Garnered both team and Great West Conference Player of the Week honors following San Jose State opener... Compiled 2-2-4 tackles chart, including 2.5 TFLs for 13 yards in that game... Also recovered a Dominique Hunsucker fumble then picked off Jordan La Secla to end back-to-back Spartans series in the first quarter... Sacked two different QBs for 9 yards in that game... Tallied season-best 5 tackles (4-1-5) vs. Northeastern... Hit North Dakota's Danny Freund for a pair of sacks totalling 20 yards.

FULLERTON COLLEGE: Earned All-Mission Conference honors in 2007... Posted 63 tackles with 5.5 sacks as a sophomore, 50 sacks with 3.0 sacks and a pick as a freshman.

BOISE STATE: Redshirted in 2005... Earned Scout Team Player of the Year for then head coach and former Aggie Dan Hawkins.

EL DORADO HS '05: Captured All-Century League and Orange County All-Star accolades as a WR/DE... Had 30 catches for 730 yards as a senior, 20 receptions for 550 yards as a junior... Starred in basketball, earning All-Century League honors for three straight years... Averaged 15.8 points and 8.3 rebounds as a power forward in 2004-05... Also lettered in volleyball... Earned Distinguished Student award.

PERSONAL: Born in Fullerton, Calif.... Majoring in sociology... Parents are Randy & Bridget Wulff... Older sister, Allison, played basketball at Hope International... Would title his autobiography, Don't Stop Believin', after the Journey song to which he listens before every game... Proudest personal accomplishment was his Scout Team Player of the Year award from Boise State (2005).