Keith Madsen

Keith  Madsen


San Marcos, CA

High School:
San Marcos

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 230


2007 (Junior) - Appeared in 12 games, starting three ... missed UNLV game due to injury ... second amongst the tight ends with five receptions ... caught touchdown passes against TCU and Notre Dame ... first-career catch came against South Carolina State, a career-best 15-yard reception ... had career-highs with two catches for 20 yards against Notre Dame ... also had a catch against Utah.

2006 (Sophomore) - Played in 11 games as a backup tight end ... was not credited with any statistics on the season.

2005 (Freshman) - Was a tight end on the junior varsity team.

High School - Lettered three years in football and one year in basketball ... two-time all-conference ... first-team all-North County ... team captain ... San Diego Union Tribune and North County Times player of the week selection ... played in the San Diego All-Star game ... team MVP as a senior ... football coach was Lance Neal.

Personal - Parents are Steve and Cathy Madsen ... father is pilot for American Airlines ... has two brothers, Kevin (26) and Brett (18) ... born June 5, 1986 ... attended USAFA Prep School and played football ... member of Cadet Squadron 20 ... majoring in social science ... plans on attending pilot training ... future plans are to become a fighter pilot or a collegiate football coach ... also recruited by San Diego State and San Diego ... completed Operation Air Force at Hurlburt AFB, Fla., in the summer of 2007 ... went to Kirtland AFB, N.M., this past summer on Operation Air Force ... also worked Basic Cadet Training and took a summer class in military strategic studies this past summer ... is the athletics NCO in his squadron, responsible for athletic performance among the other cadets in the squad ... hobby is playing golf ... favorite class is law ... something most people don't know about him is that he wanted to play football at Air Force since he was in seventh grade ... roots for the San Diego Chargers ... favorite player is Chargers' tight end Antonio Gates ... credits his parents and high school football coach, Lance Neal, with having the biggest influence in his sports career.

Career Receiving Statistics
Year	G	#	Yds	Avg	TD	LG
2007	12	5	49	9.8	2	15 (SCSU)
2006	11	0	0	0.0	0
Totals	23	5	49	9.8	2
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