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Introducing the 2007 Class: Oliver Aaron

Introducing the 2007 Class: Oliver Aaron

Playing high school football in the same college town as the national champions, Gainesville's Oliver Aaron knows all about a big game atmosphere. The 6-2 205 linebacker's long list of accolades certainly validates that notion. Nonetheless, many teams passed on this talented athlete, who's intent on rewarding ASU for the faith they've showed in him.

Oliver Aaron was recruited by ASU's safeties coach Matt Lubick when he was still coaching at Ole Miss. "Right when he got the job at Arizona State he gave me a call to say that he was the coach there," recalled Aaron. "He asked me if I heard about the school and I said ‘no.' But I took a shot at it and ended up signing." The coach-player relationship naturally played a big part in Aaron's... Recommended Stories

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