2012 Game By Game
Southern Miss: One of two true freshmen defensive linemen, along with Avery Moss, to see time in the season opener... tallied one tackle on the day. UCLA: Played against the Bruins, but did not record a tackle. Arkansas State: Played in his third game as a true freshman, but did not record a tackle. Idaho State: Played significant time in the 73-7 win over the Bengals... posted a career-high two tackles. Wisconsin: Did not play against the Badgers. Ohio State: Did not play against the Buckeyes. Northwestern: Did not play against the Wildcats. Michigan: Did not play against the Wolverines. Michigan State: Did not play against the Spartans. Penn State: Did not play against the Nittany Lions. Minnesota: Did not play against the Gophers. Iowa: Did not play agasint the Hawkeyes. Wisconsin (Big Ten Championship): Did not play in the Big Ten title game. Georgia (Capital One Bowl): Did not play in the bowl game.
Before Nebraska (Fossil Ridge HS)
Curry joins the NU program as part of a strong group of defensive linemen in the class. The 6-1, 280-pound Curry is one of four players expected to begin their careers on the defensive front, including two on the interior. Curry is one of two Texans in the Huskers’ class, giving NU at least one signee from Texas for the 12th straight year. As a senior, Curry had 59 tackles, three sacks and a forced fumble for Fossil Ridge High. His play helped Coach Tony Baccarini’s team to a 6-5 record and a trip to the state playoffs. Curry was an all-district performer at the 5A level as a senior. As a junior, Curry had 68 total tackles, including four sacks. Curry was ranked among the top 50 defensive tackles in the country by Scout.com and Rivals.com. In addition to Nebraska, Curry also visited Iowa, Missouri and Boise State and had dozens of other scholarship offers.
Curry was born on June 12, 1994, and is the son of Aaron Sr. and Peggie Curry. Aaron Curry Sr. played college basketball at Oklahoma.