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Aaron Mellette
WR #13
Height:
6-2
Weight:
217
College:
Elon
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Download 2011 Bio Update TRANSACTIONS
Aaron Mellette was selected by the Ravens in the seventh round (238th overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft.

COLLEGE HONORS
• First-team All-American by the Associated Press, Walter Camp Football Foundation, College Sporting News, Phil Steele and College Sports Journal (2011-12)
• First-team All-Southern Conference by both coaches and media (2011-12)
• First-team All-American selection by College Sports Madness (2011)

COLLEGE CAREER
• Appeared in 45 games during his career at Elon, totaling 304 receptions for 4,254 yards and 44 TDs
• Nominated for the 2012 Walter Payton Award, which is presented annually to the top player in the FCS
• First Elon player to compete in the Senior Bowl
• Led the Southern Conference and ranked second nationally in both receptions (8.8) and receiving yards (127.1) per game
• Holds the record for most receiving yards (1,639) in a season (2011) for both Elon and the Southern Conference

2012: (11/11) All-Southern Conference selection after catching 97 passes for 1,398 receiving yards…Ended the season with a league-leading 108 points and 18 receiving TDs…Tied for the second-most TDs (18) ever in a single season in SoCon history…Led the Southern Conference
and ranked second nationally during the regular season in both receptions (8.8) and 127.1 receiving yards per game... Recorded 100 receiving yards in eight of Elon’s 11 contests
• Posted a six-game span in which he caught at least 2 TDs
• Led the Phoenix with 5 grabs for 154 yards and 3 TDs in a
42-31 win over Western Carolina
• Matched a career high with 237 receiving yards and posted 3 TDs against Appalachian State

2011: (11/11) Holds the record for most receiving yards (1,639) in a season for both Elon and the Southern Conference… Led the FCS in both receiving yards per game (149.0) and receptions per game (10.3)…Finished the season with 113 receptions for 1,639 yards and 12 TDs…Eclipsed the 200-yard receiving mark twice and 100-yard mark nine times
• Caught 14 passes for 236 yards and 1 TD vs. No. 8 Appalachian State
• Began the season catching 11 receptions for 180 yards and 1 TD at Vanderbilt
• Led the team with 8 catches for 144 yards and 2 TDs in a win over No. 17 Furman
• Pulled in 16 receptions, tying a career high with 237 yards, and 1 TD in a win at North Carolina Central

2010: (11/10) Ranked third nationally in receptions (7.8) per game and sixth in the nation in receiving yards (100.0) per outing…Led the team with 1,100 receiving yards on 86 catches, producing 12 TDs…Had six 100-yard games
• Capped off the season with a win over Western Carolina, nabbing 9 receptions for 153 receiving yards and 2 TDs
• Registered 9 catches for 127 yards and 3 TDs at No. 1 Appalachian State
• Was named the College Football Performance Awards WR of the Week at No. 9 Richmond after setting an Elon record with 18 grabs for 195 yards and 2 TDs

2009: (12/2) Saw time in all 12 games as a redshirt freshman, catching 8 passes for 117 yards and 2 TDs
• Hauled in his first-career reception in the season-opening
win over Davidson for a 36-yard TD

2008: (0/0) Redshirted as a true freshman

HIGH SCHOOL, PERSONAL: Prepped at Southern Lee (Sanford, NC) HS, where he contributed to a pair of playoff berths, including a second-round appearance in 2007…Two-time first-team All-Conference pick…Two-time offensive team MVP…Posted 1,900 receiving yards and 29 TDs in his final two prep seasons…Collected 800 yards and 5 TDs as a return specialist…Started playing football his sophomore year after concentrating mostly on basketball…Majored in sport and event management at Elon...Last name is pronounced meh-LETT.

<p><a href="/assets/pdfs/team/2013/Draft_Pick_Bios_2013.pdf"><img style="margin-bottom: 12px; margin-left: 15px;" alt="Download 2011 Bio Update" src="http://www.ravenspr.com/images/updatedBioPDF.jpg" complete="null" align="right" /> </a>TRANSACTIONS<br />Aaron Mellette was selected by the Ravens in the seventh round (238th overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft.<br />COLLEGE HONORS<br />• First-team All-American by the Associated Press, Walter Camp Football Foundation, College Sporting News, Phil Steele<br />and College Sports Journal (2011-12)<br />• First-team All-Southern Conference by both coaches and media (2011-12)<br />• First-team All-American selection by College Sports Madness (2011)<br />COLLEGE CAREER<br />• Appeared in 45 games during his career at Elon, totaling 304 receptions for 4,254 yards and 44 TDs<br />• Nominated for the 2012 Walter Payton Award, which is presented annually to the top player in the FCS<br />• First Elon player to compete in the Senior Bowl<br />• Led the Southern Conference and ranked second nationally in both receptions (8.8) and receiving yards (127.1) per game<br />• Holds the record for most receiving yards (1,639) in a season (2011) for both Elon and the Southern Conference<br />2012: (11/11) All-Southern Conference selection after<br />catching 97 passes for 1,398 receiving yards…Ended the<br />season with a league-leading 108 points and 18 receiving<br />TDs…Tied for the second-most TDs (18) ever in a single<br />season in SoCon history…Led the Southern Conference<br />and ranked second nationally during the regular season in<br />both receptions (8.8) and 127.1 receiving yards per game...<br />Recorded 100 receiving yards in eight of Elon’s 11 contests<br />• Posted a six-game span in which he caught at least 2 TDs<br />• Led the Phoenix with 5 grabs for 154 yards and 3 TDs in a<br />42-31 win over Western Carolina<br />• Matched a career high with 237 receiving yards and<br />posted 3 TDs against Appalachian State<br />2011: (11/11) Holds the record for most receiving yards (1,639)<br />in a season for both Elon and the Southern Conference…<br />Led the FCS in both receiving yards per game (149.0) and<br />receptions per game (10.3)…Finished the season with 113<br />receptions for 1,639 yards and 12 TDs…Eclipsed the 200-<br />yard receiving mark twice and 100-yard mark nine times<br />• Caught 14 passes for 236 yards and 1 TD vs. No. 8<br />Appalachian State<br />• Began the season catching 11 receptions for 180 yards<br />and 1 TD at Vanderbilt<br />• Led the team with 8 catches for 144 yards and 2 TDs in a<br />win over No. 17 Furman<br />• Pulled in 16 receptions, tying a career high with 237 yards,<br />and 1 TD in a win at North Carolina Central<br />2010: (11/10) Ranked third nationally in receptions (7.8)<br />per game and sixth in the nation in receiving yards (100.0)<br />per outing…Led the team with 1,100 receiving yards on 86<br />catches, producing 12 TDs…Had six 100-yard games<br />• Capped off the season with a win over Western Carolina,<br />nabbing 9 receptions for 153 receiving yards and 2 TDs<br />• Registered 9 catches for 127 yards and 3 TDs at No. 1<br />Appalachian State<br />• Was named the College Football Performance Awards<br />WR of the Week at No. 9 Richmond after setting an Elon<br />record with 18 grabs for 195 yards and 2 TDs<br />2009:(12/2) Saw time in all 12 games as a redshirt freshman,<br />catching 8 passes for 117 yards and 2 TDs<br />• Hauled in his first-career reception in the season-opening<br />win over Davidson for a 36-yard TD<br />2008: (0/0) Redshirted as a true freshman<br />HIGH SCHOOL, PERSONAL: Prepped at Southern Lee<br />(Sanford, NC) HS, where he contributed to a pair of playoff<br />berths, including a second-round appearance in 2007…Twotime<br />first-team All-Conference pick…Two-time offensiveteam<br />MVP…Posted 1,900 receiving yards and 29 TDs in his<br />final two prep seasons…Collected 800 yards and 5 TDs as<br />a return specialist…Started playing football his sophomore<br />year after concentrating mostly on basketball…Majored<br />in sport and event management at Elon...Last name is<br />pronounced meh-LETT.</p>

Download 2011 Bio Update TRANSACTIONS
Aaron Mellette was selected by the Ravens in the seventh round (238th overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft.

COLLEGE HONORS
• First-team All-American by the Associated Press, Walter Camp Football Foundation, College Sporting News, Phil Steele and College Sports Journal (2011-12)
• First-team All-Southern Conference by both coaches and media (2011-12)
• First-team All-American selection by College Sports Madness (2011)

COLLEGE CAREER
• Appeared in 45 games during his career at Elon, totaling 304 receptions for 4,254 yards and 44 TDs
• Nominated for the 2012 Walter Payton Award, which is presented annually to the top player in the FCS
• First Elon player to compete in the Senior Bowl
• Led the Southern Conference and ranked second nationally in both receptions (8.8) and receiving yards (127.1) per game
• Holds the record for most receiving yards (1,639) in a season (2011) for both Elon and the Southern Conference

2012: (11/11) All-Southern Conference selection after catching 97 passes for 1,398 receiving yards…Ended the season with a league-leading 108 points and 18 receiving TDs…Tied for the second-most TDs (18) ever in a single season in SoCon history…Led the Southern Conference
and ranked second nationally during the regular season in both receptions (8.8) and 127.1 receiving yards per game... Recorded 100 receiving yards in eight of Elon’s 11 contests
• Posted a six-game span in which he caught at least 2 TDs
• Led the Phoenix with 5 grabs for 154 yards and 3 TDs in a
42-31 win over Western Carolina
• Matched a career high with 237 receiving yards and posted 3 TDs against Appalachian State

2011: (11/11) Holds the record for most receiving yards (1,639) in a season for both Elon and the Southern Conference… Led the FCS in both receiving yards per game (149.0) and receptions per game (10.3)…Finished the season with 113 receptions for 1,639 yards and 12 TDs…Eclipsed the 200-yard receiving mark twice and 100-yard mark nine times
• Caught 14 passes for 236 yards and 1 TD vs. No. 8 Appalachian State
• Began the season catching 11 receptions for 180 yards and 1 TD at Vanderbilt
• Led the team with 8 catches for 144 yards and 2 TDs in a win over No. 17 Furman
• Pulled in 16 receptions, tying a career high with 237 yards, and 1 TD in a win at North Carolina Central

2010: (11/10) Ranked third nationally in receptions (7.8) per game and sixth in the nation in receiving yards (100.0) per outing…Led the team with 1,100 receiving yards on 86 catches, producing 12 TDs…Had six 100-yard games
• Capped off the season with a win over Western Carolina, nabbing 9 receptions for 153 receiving yards and 2 TDs
• Registered 9 catches for 127 yards and 3 TDs at No. 1 Appalachian State
• Was named the College Football Performance Awards WR of the Week at No. 9 Richmond after setting an Elon record with 18 grabs for 195 yards and 2 TDs

2009: (12/2) Saw time in all 12 games as a redshirt freshman, catching 8 passes for 117 yards and 2 TDs
• Hauled in his first-career reception in the season-opening
win over Davidson for a 36-yard TD

2008: (0/0) Redshirted as a true freshman

HIGH SCHOOL, PERSONAL: Prepped at Southern Lee (Sanford, NC) HS, where he contributed to a pair of playoff berths, including a second-round appearance in 2007…Two-time first-team All-Conference pick…Two-time offensive team MVP…Posted 1,900 receiving yards and 29 TDs in his final two prep seasons…Collected 800 yards and 5 TDs as a return specialist…Started playing football his sophomore year after concentrating mostly on basketball…Majored in sport and event management at Elon...Last name is pronounced meh-LETT.

<p><a href="/assets/pdfs/team/2013/Draft_Pick_Bios_2013.pdf"><img style="margin-bottom: 12px; margin-left: 15px;" alt="Download 2011 Bio Update" src="http://www.ravenspr.com/images/updatedBioPDF.jpg" complete="null" align="right" /> </a>TRANSACTIONS<br />Aaron Mellette was selected by the Ravens in the seventh round (238th overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft.<br />COLLEGE HONORS<br />• First-team All-American by the Associated Press, Walter Camp Football Foundation, College Sporting News, Phil Steele<br />and College Sports Journal (2011-12)<br />• First-team All-Southern Conference by both coaches and media (2011-12)<br />• First-team All-American selection by College Sports Madness (2011)<br />COLLEGE CAREER<br />• Appeared in 45 games during his career at Elon, totaling 304 receptions for 4,254 yards and 44 TDs<br />• Nominated for the 2012 Walter Payton Award, which is presented annually to the top player in the FCS<br />• First Elon player to compete in the Senior Bowl<br />• Led the Southern Conference and ranked second nationally in both receptions (8.8) and receiving yards (127.1) per game<br />• Holds the record for most receiving yards (1,639) in a season (2011) for both Elon and the Southern Conference<br />2012: (11/11) All-Southern Conference selection after<br />catching 97 passes for 1,398 receiving yards…Ended the<br />season with a league-leading 108 points and 18 receiving<br />TDs…Tied for the second-most TDs (18) ever in a single<br />season in SoCon history…Led the Southern Conference<br />and ranked second nationally during the regular season in<br />both receptions (8.8) and 127.1 receiving yards per game...<br />Recorded 100 receiving yards in eight of Elon’s 11 contests<br />• Posted a six-game span in which he caught at least 2 TDs<br />• Led the Phoenix with 5 grabs for 154 yards and 3 TDs in a<br />42-31 win over Western Carolina<br />• Matched a career high with 237 receiving yards and<br />posted 3 TDs against Appalachian State<br />2011: (11/11) Holds the record for most receiving yards (1,639)<br />in a season for both Elon and the Southern Conference…<br />Led the FCS in both receiving yards per game (149.0) and<br />receptions per game (10.3)…Finished the season with 113<br />receptions for 1,639 yards and 12 TDs…Eclipsed the 200-<br />yard receiving mark twice and 100-yard mark nine times<br />• Caught 14 passes for 236 yards and 1 TD vs. No. 8<br />Appalachian State<br />• Began the season catching 11 receptions for 180 yards<br />and 1 TD at Vanderbilt<br />• Led the team with 8 catches for 144 yards and 2 TDs in a<br />win over No. 17 Furman<br />• Pulled in 16 receptions, tying a career high with 237 yards,<br />and 1 TD in a win at North Carolina Central<br />2010: (11/10) Ranked third nationally in receptions (7.8)<br />per game and sixth in the nation in receiving yards (100.0)<br />per outing…Led the team with 1,100 receiving yards on 86<br />catches, producing 12 TDs…Had six 100-yard games<br />• Capped off the season with a win over Western Carolina,<br />nabbing 9 receptions for 153 receiving yards and 2 TDs<br />• Registered 9 catches for 127 yards and 3 TDs at No. 1<br />Appalachian State<br />• Was named the College Football Performance Awards<br />WR of the Week at No. 9 Richmond after setting an Elon<br />record with 18 grabs for 195 yards and 2 TDs<br />2009:(12/2) Saw time in all 12 games as a redshirt freshman,<br />catching 8 passes for 117 yards and 2 TDs<br />• Hauled in his first-career reception in the season-opening<br />win over Davidson for a 36-yard TD<br />2008: (0/0) Redshirted as a true freshman<br />HIGH SCHOOL, PERSONAL: Prepped at Southern Lee<br />(Sanford, NC) HS, where he contributed to a pair of playoff<br />berths, including a second-round appearance in 2007…Twotime<br />first-team All-Conference pick…Two-time offensiveteam<br />MVP…Posted 1,900 receiving yards and 29 TDs in his<br />final two prep seasons…Collected 800 yards and 5 TDs as<br />a return specialist…Started playing football his sophomore<br />year after concentrating mostly on basketball…Majored<br />in sport and event management at Elon...Last name is<br />pronounced meh-LETT.</p>
 

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