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Alec Greco
Alec  Greco

Hometown:
Auburn, Calif.

High School:
Colfax


Fresno State: One of the team?s most dependable and consistent tight ends ? has good hands and can catch the ball in traffic ? gives the Bulldogs an offensive threat from the tight end position, one of the deepest spots on the team. (2002) Played in all 14 games, starting eight ? had 15 receptions for 196 yards and two touchdowns ? had four receptions for 29 yards in a win against San Diego State ? his two TD catches came against Wisconsin and Colorado State ? had a career-long 50-yard reception against Oregon. (2001) Played in all 14 games, starting 11 ? after starting tight end Jeremy Johnson was lost for the year after the Wisconsin game, Greco became the starter and flourished, catching 24 passes for 214 yards and three touchdowns ? caught four passes against both Louisiana Tech and Colorado State ? his touchdown receptions came against Colorado State, Boise State and Rice. (2000) Played in all 12 games, starting nine ? caught his first career touchdown pass at No. 15 UCLA ? caught 13 passes for 140 yards, a 10.8 average ? had four touchdown receptions, including one in the Silicon Valley Football Classic ? finished sixth on the squad in receiving yards ? had a season-long 46-yard reception against Tulsa. (1999) Redshirted.

High School: All-Golden Empire League selection as a junior and senior ? honorable mention All-Metro pick both years ? All-Golden Empire League selection in track and field ? finished his career with 109 receptions, breaking the previous Colfax High record.

Personal: Born May 29, 1980 ? son of Marilyn and Paul Greco ? full name is Alessandro John Greco ? has two brothers ? his brother Victor plays on the football team at Cal Poly ? lists Ronnie Lott as his favorite athlete.

Statistics
Year    G-GS   Rec   Yds   Avg   TD   LG
1999	Redshirted
2000    11-9    11   132  12.0    3   46
2001   14-11    24   214   9.0    3   24
2002    14-8    15   196  13.1    2   50
Totals	38-28	   50	  542	 14.3   	8  	50

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