Aaron Monteiro who currently plays for the Washington Commanders entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent in 2019.
Monteiro signed with the Miami Dolphins after going undrafted in the 2019 NFL Draft. Later on, in the season, the New England Patriots decided to take a chance on him, but they released him just six days later.
Monteiro joined the Carolina Panthers in 2020 and spent the majority of his NFL career on their practice squad.
Where Did Aaron Monteiro Attend Highschool?
Monteiro is a product of Brockton High School. Monteiro was a key contributor to Brockton High’s 227-yards-per-game rushing average and Big Three Conference championship.
As a senior, Monteiro was recognized by multiple organizations: he was named to the Massachusetts Football Coaches Association’s “Super 26” team, he was named to ESPN Boston’s all-state team, he was named to the Boston Herald’s “Dandy Dozen,” and he was named to the Big Three Conference.
Where Did Aaron Monteiro Attend College?
After graduating from high school, Monteiro attended Boston College and played four seasons of college football for the Boston College Eagles. Monteiro wasn’t just a good athlete; he was also known for his academic prowess. He earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.