#RiderAlumniTV 📺 Ep. 4 w/ special guest, Jeremy Aguilar #30 Class of 2008. Join us on #IGLive as we discuss our upbringing and football story, including college and post 🏈 life. Friday 9/18/20 7pm @jerm_ag30
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KINGSVILLE, Texas – The Texas A&M-Kingsville football All-Decade team presented by Whataburger was released on Wednesday, commemorating the best student-athletes to take the field for the Javelinas from the 2010 through 2019 seasons.
In addition to the All-Decade team, Myles Carr was named Offensive Player of the Decade, while Brandon Jones took home the Defensive Player of the Decade honor.
A two-year letter winner from Los Angeles, Aguilar transferred to Kingsville for the start of the 2011 season after two years at Pasadena City College. His first season included 91 tackles, 14 for loss, and 3.5 sacks while he was named the LSC Linebacker of the Year and First Team All-LSC.
Aguilar’s efforts that year also resulted in a Second Team All-America selection from Daktronics, an All-America honorable mention nod from D2Football.com and Don Hansen, along with two separate Second Team All-Super Region IV selections. He followed his junior season with 97 tackles in 2012, 17 for loss, and three more sacks, pushing his total to 188 tackles, 31 for loss, and 6.5 sacks.
2012 saw Aguilar named First Team All-America by the AFCA and Second Team All-America by D2Football.com, coupled with another First Team All-LSC nod.