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Hall of Fame

PACT Hall of Fame

Over the years, PACT has had alum who have made a difference in the world. Here you will read about success stories, famous alum and those who have made a difference. Please check back periodically for updates to those who made it to the PACT Hall of Fame.

CJ Anderson

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  • Rookie running back who made the Broncos' opening-week roster as an undrafted free agent.
  • Saw action in all 25 games (2 starts) in two seasons at Cal after transferring from Laney College.
  • Rushed for 1,135 yards on 198 carries (5.7 avg.) and 12 touchdowns for the Golden Bears and added 22 receptions for 350 yards and two scores.
  • Earned first-team All-America honors and led the NorCal Conference in rushing during his final season at Laney College in 2010, racking up 1,644 yards and 13 touchdowns on 206 attempts (8.0 avg.).
  • Attended Bethel High School in Vallejo, CA., where he rushed for nearly 4,000 yards during his prep career and led his team to four consecutive playoff appearances.
  • Joined the Broncos as a college free agent on May 1, 2013.

Rashad Ross

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  • Signed by the Kansas City Chiefs on Nov 12, 2013.
  • Signed by the Titans as on May 10, 2013.
  • Appeared in 26 games with 14 starts at Arizon State and caught 55 receptions for 864 yards and seven touchdowns over two seasons.
  • Had 28 kickoff returns for 779 yards and two touchdowns, including a 100-yarder against Colorado (10/11/12) and a 98-yarder against Boise Sate in the MAACO Las Vegas Bowl (12/22/11).

Bolota Asmeron

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  • Bolota went to high school in San Francisco, graduated from UC Berkeley, and now lives in Oakland, CA.
  • A competitor at the 2000 and 2004 Olympic Games, his fourth place last year made him a 2008 Team USA alternate for 5K. A member of the 2003 and 2004 USA World Championship World Indoor Team, he placed ninth both years in the 3K.
  • He has had four top-four finishes at the USATF Outdoor championships, and three top-three finishes at USATF Road Championship races. A sub-four minute miler, Bolota placed tenth in the 2008 New York City Marathon with a 2:16:37 marathon debut.