Aaron Pflugrad's Career Statistics
PERSONAL — Born Aaron David Pflugrad on Sept. 24, 1988 in Missoula, Mont. Parents: Robin and Marlene Pflugrad. Family: One sister. High School (Coach): Sheldon (Marty Johnson) 2007. Major: Business Administration.
2008 — Oregon’s seventh-leading receiver totaled six catches for 79 yards ... Caught passes in six games, including four over the team’s final six ... Had a career-long 26-yard reception in the win at Oregon State ... Also grabbed a 13-yard reception at USC ... Totaled 117 all-purpose yards thanks to three punt returns for 43 yards (14.3 avg.) ... Had a 23-yard return vs. Utah State and a 16-yarder at Purdue ... Appeared in all 13 games ... Played a season-high 43 snaps at Washington State.
2007 — Pressed into duty as a true freshman, in part due to an injury-depleted receiving corps, and played in the final 10 games of the season ... Made his collegiate debut at Stanford , which resulted in one catch for 2 yards in his collegiate debut ... The sure-handed receiver posted career bests of five receptions for 51 yards at Washington one week after grabbing four passes for 47 yards and his first collegiate touchdown against Washington State ... His lone reception vs. South Florida in the Sun Bowl went for a season-best 23 yards ... Broke into the starting lineup for four games before he became hampered by an ankle injury suffered at Arizona ... Also averaged 3.6 yards on eight punt returns, including a runback of nine yards against Arizona State, and returned a kickoff 22 yards vs. Washington State.
HIGH SCHOOL — Made the most of quick impressions in his lone season with the Irish and was tabbed as the best receiver in the state and among the top four overall prospects in Oregon by SuperPrep ... The first-team all-state receiver (The Oregonian) and honorable mention defensive back honoree also was included on SuperPrep’s Northwest Hot 100 chart ... Pulled down 59 catches for 869 yards and nine touchdowns in 2006 after accumulating 38 receptions for 840 yards and 14 scores as a junior for Washington state champion Pullman High School (14-0) ... Sheldon finished his senior year ranked fourth in Oregon with an 11-1 record after losing in the state semifinals to eventual 6A state champion Jesuit ... Also was Midwestern League 400-meter winner in 2007 and basketball team’s defensive player of the year in 2006.