#11

Aaron Wagner

Weight:

245 lbs

Height:

6' 2"

Position:

Fullback

College:

Brigham Young

Birthdate:

Jul 5th, 1982

Career Years:

6

Team:

Alumni

Highlights

2008

Dressed in 16 games, starting in 1 for Toronto at linebacker…also played on special teams…finished the season with eight defensive tackles and 17 special teams tackles.

2007

Dressed as backup linebacker and Special teams player in nine games in his rookie season with Toronto…finished the season with four special teams tackles.

College

Spent final two seasons with Brigham Young University after playing his first two seasons at Washington State…played in the Texas versus The Nation All-Star game in El Paso, TX in January 2007…played 13 games with BYU and recorded 75 tackles (43 solo), two knockdowns and  one interception as a linebacker in his senior year…saw action in six games, before being sidelined with a season-ending knee injury… registered 15 tackles, including six solo takedowns...in his sophomore season…redshirted after transferring from Washington State in 2004…saw action in all 13 games for Washington State University as a true freshman...credited with 18 tackles on the season, including a season-high three takedowns against in-state rivals Washington.

Personal

Aaron and his wife Candace are expecting a baby girl in October. He is the son of Marilyn Mutch and Glen Wagner. He has three sisters named Tabatha Ogden (30), Shelomith Watson (27) and Jarah (19), as well as a younger brother named Jadon (22). Following in his brother’s footsteps, Jadon currently plays linebacker for BYU. In 2001, he began a two-year church mission in Las Vegas, where he travelled, teaching many about his faith. While studying recreation management at BYU, Aaron helped start an anti-drug athlete mentoring program called “The Buff Don’t Puff”. He recently earned his real estate license. The Lethbridge, Alberta native was a four-year letterman in high school, being named First-Team All-Canadian and first-team All-Alberta at linebacker. Named league MVP and National Defensive MVP.