Switching from tight end to running back his senior year, Aaron Golliday displayed his strength and power as he rushed for nearly 2000 yards and scored 21 touchdowns for the Dukes football team that reached the state semifinals. Golliday, a USA Today Honorable Mention All-American who also handled the kicking and punting duties for his football team, was a 12-time letter winner. All-conference in basketball, Golliday excelled in track where he scored 441 points in his career. He won State Track meet medals in the discus three times and the shot put twice, climbing his way onto the all-time charts with a 63-foot 8-inch throw. Returning to tight end, he was a four-year letterman at Nebraska and played one year in NFL Europe.