Will be a part of a talented receiving corps going into the 2015 season…Should be an important part of the Aggies offense…Runs good routes and has excellent hands which should help him be a reliable possession receiver…Did not see a lot of action at the receiver position as a sophomore but was a crucial part of the Aggies special teams…Proved to have reliable hands and an ability to get open underneath during the 2013 season…An outstanding athlete with poise and determination …Known in high school as a playmaker who can make an impact in several phases of the game….Runs the 40-yard dash in 4.76 seconds and has a 30 ½ inch vertical…Has also proven to be one of the strongest receivers on the team with a 445-pound squat max, a 295-pound power clean and a 300-pound bench press.
2014 Season: Played in 12 games with no starts…Made one tackle during the season as a special teams player.
2013 Season: Played in eight games with one start…Made one reception for 16 yards, which came in the Aggies 24-21 win over Appalachian State on Sept. 7…Also returned one punt for 21 yards against Howard on Sept. 27.
High School: Played several different roles as a high school player at Millbrook High School…Played the role of kickoff returner, defensive back and quarterback...Made the All-High School-OT team...Also earned All-Cap Eight conference honors as well as being named team MVP...Was a starter for three years under Jermaine Evans and Clarence Inscore...As a track and field athlete, he was an all-conference performer and had a personal record of 45-feet, 2-inches in the triple jump.
Personal: Full name is Michael Weaver, Jr...He is the son of Dana and Michael Weaver, Sr...Was born on May 22, 1994... Majors in food and nutritional sciences.
|Major:||Food & Nutritional Sciences|