20 - Aaron Henderson
|Hometown:||Colorado Springs, Colo.|
2006: Played in all 11 games, starting in eight... Recorded 32 tackles on the year, including 15 solo stops... Led the Bears with three interceptions and also had one pass break up... Also returned 10 punts for 42 yards on the year... Notched a career-high six tackles against Idaho State on Oct. 7. 2005: Played in eight games, starting in seven... Led the team with 194 punt return yards ... Tied for third on the team with two interceptions and recorded 16 tackles... Notched a season-high four tackles against Southeastern Louisiana on Sept. 17... Tied season-high with four tackles against UC-Davis on Nov. 26... Tallied a season-high 81 all-purpose yards against Fort Lewis on Oct. 29. 2004: Played in all 11 games, starting in five... Led the team in kickoff return yards (358)... Had three interceptions... Recorded the eighth-longest fumble return in school history when he rumbled 26 yards in the Bears' 15-13 win over North Dakota State on Sept. 4... Notched his first interception and returned it 13 yards for a touchdown against Idaho State on Sept. 8... Also returned four kicks for 92 yards against the Bengals... Credited with at least one tackle in nine of the 11 games he played. 2003: Redshirted. High School: First-team all-defense (4A) selection at defensive back by the Rocky Mountain News... Played wide receiver, defensive back and returned kicks for Rampart. Personal: Born Feb. 28, 1985, in Topeka, Kan... Son of Henry and Gené Henderson... Majoring in psychology... Awarded the Franklin D. Watkins Memorial Trophy Award, given for academic excellence among young African-American males.