Aaron Webster
Aaron  Webster


Detroit, Mich.

High School:
Birmingham Groves

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 211




2008: Earned BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week on Nov. 9 ... started last nine games of the season at strong safety ... played in all 14 games ... finished the season with 60 tackles ... picked off a 29-yard interception and had six tackles at Marshall ... had nine tackles at Connecticut ... grabbed a season and career-high 13 tackles at West Virginia ... recorded 14 tackles over final four games of the regular season.

2007: Returned from an injury suffered during workouts for the 2007 International Bowl to compete in seven games ... carded eight tackles ... a backup safety and special teams player ... registered three tackles vs. Southeast Missouri State ... notched one stop against Oregon State ... made two tackles vs. Marshall ... returned his first collegiate interception 58 yards for a touchdown at San Diego State.

2006: Earned the team's Defensive Newcomer of the Year Award ... saw extensive action in the final 11 games of the regular season as an extra defensive back in passing situations and on special teams ... turned in 13 tackles, eight of them solos ... named to The Sporting News BIG EAST All-Freshman Team ... missed the International Bowl because of an injury suffered during postseason preparations ... Bearcat Academic Honor Roll (Spring 2007).

Birmingham Groves High School: Three-year starter and all-league selection ... played for head coach Brandon Flaherty ... helped the Falcons to a district title as a senior and earned all-area honors from both the Detroit News and Detroit Free Press ... was No. 14 on the Detroit News' Blue Chip list ... for his career, he made 87 receptions for over 700 yards, recorded 150 tackles and totaled 17 interceptions ... averaged better than 26 yards in kickoff returns, scoring four touchdowns, and set a school record with eight career blocked punts.

Aaron Webster: Born July 20, 1988 ... son of Arthur and Manola Webster.

Academic Major: Criminal Justice.