Football’s always on his mind. Since his father’s passing when he was 2, football has helped Aaron Lesué grow into the professional football player he is now. Sporting No. 22 because his father wore the same number in high school, the 2000 Fallon grad is capitalizing on his opportunity in the Arena Football League and hoping that the NFL will take a chance on him. “Football’s always been the ultimate goal. My father was inspirational,” Lesué said. Lesué wasn’t given much of a chance after high school to continue playing his favorite sport. He lit up the Edward Arciniega Athletic …
Lesué overcomes obstacles to reach AFL
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