|Hometown:||West Allis, Wis.|
|High School:||Nathan Hale High School|
|Major:||Physical Education, Exercise Science & Wellness|
2013 (Senior): Recipient of the 2013 Athletics Director Award of Merit ... Earned third letter.
2012 (Junior): Appeared in all 11 games, including make his first six career starts at middle linebacker ... Finished with a career-high 30 tackles, including 12 solo stops ... Made seven tackles at Eastern Washington (Oct. 6) ... Registered a career-high eight tackles, including five sole takedowns in start vs. Montana (Oct. 20) ... Also had first career fumble recover in win over the Grizzlies ... Had four tackles, including a tackle for loss at Northern Colorado (Nov. 17) ... Named to the All-Big Sky Academic Team ... Recipient of the 2012 Athletics Director Award of Merit ... Earned second letter.
2011 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 11 games as a reserve linebacker and special teams contributor ... Made seven solo tackles during the season ... Collected a season-high three of those vs. Montana Western (Oct. 8) ... Added two solo tackles in road win at UC Davis (Nov. 11) ... Recipient of the 2011 Athletics Director Award of Merit ... Earned first letter.
2010 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in two games as a reserve linebacker ... Made his first collegiate tackle in debut at Idaho (Sept. 2) ... Added a tackle in his other appearance vs. Northeastern State (Sept. 18) ... Recipient of the 2010 Athletics Director Award of Merit.
2009: Redshirt season ... Two-time UND Defensive Scout Player the Week honors (USF, Oct. 17; UCDAVIS, Nov. 14) ... Recipient of the 2009 Athletics Director Award of Merit.
Before UND: A 2009 graduate of Nathan Hale High School ... Three-time letterwinner in football ... A 2009 North South Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All Star Game participant ... A 2008 team captain ... Twice named most valuable defensive player ... Two-time All-Greater Metro Conference first team selection ... Named to the 2007 all-suburban first team and was an all-area honorable mention ... Finished his career as Nathan Hale's all-time leading tackler with 256 tackles (195 solo) in just three years ... Ended his senior season with 102 tackles (70 solo and 11 for loss), 11 pass breakups, four forced fumbles, four quarterback sacks and two blocked kicks ... Lettered twice in basketball ... Team captain and 2008's most improved basketball player ... Greater Metro Scholar Athlete and four-time member of the Honor Roll.
Personal: Majoring in physical education, exercise science and wellness ... Son of Scott and Jennifer Otto and Dan and Kelly Dominski.
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» Otto's personal highs
Solo Tackles: 5, 10/20/12 vs. Montana
Tackles: 8, 10/20/12 vs. Montana
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