Missed most of the 2015 season with a broken arm sustained during preseason practice … His return means the Aggies have one of the stronger receiving corps in the MEAC … 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 … Runs the 40-yard dash in 4.6 seconds and has a 32 ½ inch vertical jump…Has also proven to be one of the strongest receivers on the team with a 490-pound squat max, a 300-pound power clean and a 305-pound bench press.
2015 Season: Did not play during the season because of a broken arm sustained at the outset of the season … Did suit up for the Aggies Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl game on Dec. 19 against Alcorn State in Atlanta.
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 and is also pre-med.
|Hometown:||James City, N.C.|
|Major:||Food & Nutritional Science|