#4

Ricky Santos

Weight:

210 lbs

Height:

6' 1"

Position:

Quarterback

College:

New Hampshire

Birthdate:

Apr 26th, 1984

Career Years:

3

Team:

Alumni

Highlights

2011

On January 12th Santos signed an extension with the Alouettes.

2010

Began the year with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, he was released May 17th.  Signes with the Montreal Alouettes during training camp - June 22.  He spent most of the season as the team’s third quarterback before joining the practice roster at the end of the season... He missed Game 11 due to a toe injury.

2009

Missed games 1 thru 11 due to a toe injury before he finished the season as the Blue Bombers’ third quarterback.

2008

He signed with the Kansas City Chiefs. Santos did not dress but joined the Alouettes after the Chiefs.

2004 - 2007

He set the team records for most passing yards, most passing touchdowns, most pass attempts and most completions… In 2007, he played 11 games, completing 256 passes for 2,971 yards and 24 touchdowns… In 2006, he won the Walter Payton Award – given to the NCAA division I-AA Most Outstanding Offensive Player, after completing 293 passes for 3,125 yards and 29 touchdowns.

College

He set the team records for most passing yards, most passing touchdowns, most pass attempts and most completions… In 2007, he played 11 games, completing 256 passes for 2,971 yards and 24 touchdowns… In 2006, he won the Walter Payton Award – given to the NCAA division I-AA Most Outstanding Offensive Player, after completing 293 passes for 3,125 yards and 29 touchdowns.

Personal

He studied kinesiology. His cousin, Bobby Santos, raced in the NASCAR Busch Series