Julian Madrid

Julian  Madrid


San Diego, CA

High School:
St. Augustine

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 220


2006 (Junior) - Played and started in 11 games at Falcon ... missed the TCU game due to injury ... fourth on the team in tackles with 50 total, including 24 unassisted ... second on the team in tackles for loss with 4.5 for 19 yards ... had 4.0 sacks for 18 yards ... tied for the team lead in interceptions with two, returning them 12 yards ... one forced fumble ... five tackles and an interception vs. Tennessee ... five tackles and a tackle for loss vs. Wyoming ... season-best eight tackles with an interception, a quarterback sack and a forced fumble vs. New Mexico ... earned MWC defensive player of the week honors vs. the Lobos.

2005 (Sophomore) - Played in all 11 games as a backup safety and on special teams ... recorded 27 total tackles, including 17 unassisted ... one sack for nine yards and a pass breakup ... his 27 tackles ranked second among reserves ... recorded career highs of 13 total tackles and nine unassisted tackles vs. BYU ... had six tackles, four unassisted, and a pass breakup vs. TCU ... two tackles and a sack vs. New Mexico.

2004 (Freshman) - Played in 11 games at free safety, starting the final game of the year vs. Colorado State at Falcon Stadium ... recorded 33 total tackles ... had 12 unassisted tackles, a half-tackle for loss and one pass breakup ... recorded a season-high seven tackles in his start vs. Colorado State ... his seven stops were a team high ... five tackles, including 0.5 for loss vs. San Diego State ... five tackles vs. New Mexico.

High School - Lettered three years in football and two years in baseball ... first-team all-league as a senior ... first-team All-California Interscholastic Federation defensive back and second-team All-CIF wide receiver as a senior ... named to Global Games All-World team as a junior ... played in the Alex Spanos North vs. South All-Star Classic as a junior ... first-team all-league as a junior and senior in baseball ... second-team All-CIF as a junior in baseball ... high school football coach was Jerry Ralph ... was a scholar athlete and member of the honor roll ... California Scholastic Federation (CSF) award recipient.

Personal - Born May 15, 1985 ... member of Squadron 8 ... parents are Thomas Madrid and Deanna Ober ... has three brothers, Justin (22), Tyler (17) and Dylan (9) ... has two sisters, Maresa (25) and Kelly (19) ... worked on the cadet cadre for the obstacle course during Basic Cadet Training in the summer of 2006 ... completed Basic Cadet Training preparations and Global Engagement in the summer of 2005 ... also completed a course during summer academics.

Madrid's Career Statistics

Year	G	UT-AT	TT	TFL	Sacks
2006	11	24-26	50	4.5-19	4.0-18
2005	11	17-10	27	1.0-9	1.0-9
2004	11	12-21	33	0.5-1	0.0-0
Total	33	53-57	110	6.0-29	5.0-27
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