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Jeremy Vujnovich
T #60
Height:
6-5
Weight:
300
Age:
23
College:
Louisiana College
Experience:
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Biography

Signed by Green Bay on Jan. 7, 2014…Participated in the Packers’ rookie orientation camp on a tryout basis in May 2013…Played in 29 games with 28 starts during his four-year collegiate career…Named preseason All-American by Beyond Sports Network as a senior in 2012…Earned first-team American Southwest Conference honors and was named second-team All-Louisiana by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association and second-team All-South Region by D3football.com, after starting all 10 games in which he played at left tackle…Was a part of an offensive line that paved the way for running back Ryan Montague to rush for 1,110 yards and 13 TDs on 224 carries (5.0 avg.), including seven 100-yard performances...Helped the running game crack the century mark in four of the first five games of the season, as the Wildcats rushed for 169 yards and two TDs at Webber (Sept. 1), 196 yards and three TDs at Belhaven University (Sept. 8), 163 yards and one TD vs. Wesley College (Sept. 22), and 133 yards and a score at East Texas Baptist (Oct. 6)…Led the way for the Wildcats to compile 216 yards and three TDs in a 70-28 win at Mississippi College (Nov. 3)…Earned first-team ASC honors as a junior in 2011 after starting all nine games in which he played at left tackle…Helped the Wildcats rush for more than 100 yards in six of his nine starts, and paved the way for three 200-yard rushing games and one 300-yard rushing performance…Part of an offense that gained more than 500 yards on six different occasions…Provided protection for an attack that scored 140 points in the first three games of the season to jump out to a 3-0 start…Gave QB Jamie Bunting time to complete 21 of 32 passes (65.6 pct.) for 276 yards and a season-high four TDs in a win vs. Millsaps (Sept. 17)…Enabled running backs Montague and Daron Bartholomew to rush for 200 yards and 103 yards, respectively, in a win vs. Mississippi College (Sept. 24)…Helped the running game generate 167 yards in a 31-24 win vs. ETBU (Oct. 8)…Paved the way for back-to-back 200-yard rushing performances in wins vs. Sul Ross State (Oct. 22) and at Texas Lutheran (Oct. 29)…Also kept the pocket clean for Bunting in the win over Texas Lutheran, as the quarterback connected on 34 of 55 passes (61.8 pct.) for 275 yards and tied his season high with four TDs…Helped protect Bunting as he completed 25 of 43 passes (58.1 pct.) and threw for a season-high 454 yards and two TDs vs. McMurry (Nov.5)…Received All-ASC honorable mention recognition after becoming the starting left tackle as a sophomore in 2010, starting all nine games in which he played…Helped the offense rush for more than 100 yards in seven games, including a string of five consecutive 100-yard performances in the middle of the season…Allowed ample time for a prolific passing attack that accounted for at least four TDs in all but one game on the season…Paved the way for the offense to gain 146 yards on the ground and 290 yards and four TDs through the air in the season opener at Belhaven University (Sept. 4)…Helped the Wildcats gain 588 yards of total offense (489 yards passing) and seven total TDs (three rushing, four receiving) in an overtime loss vs. Huntingdon College (Sept. 11)…Enabled QB Ben McLaughlin to complete 26 of 43 passes (60.5 pct.) for 346 yards and four TDs at Mississippi College (Sept. 25), the team’s first win of the season…Blocked for an offense that gained 585 total yards (179 rushing, 406 passing) and scored seven TDs (three rushing, four receiving) at East Texas Baptist (Oct. 9), sparking a six-game winning streak to close out the season…The offense continued to roll the following week, racking up a season-high 674 yards, including 491 yards and six TDs through the air, both season highs, en route to a 62-28 win vs. Howard Payne (Oct. 16)…Allowed the offense to break the 500-yard mark for the third straight game, as the Wildcats amassed 185 yards and four TDs on the ground and 391 yards and four TDs through the air, in a win at Sul Ross State (Oct. 23)…Helped the offense close out the season with 145 rushing yards, 303 passing yards and six total TDs vs. Hardin-Simmons (Nov. 13)…Appeared in one game as a true freshman in 2009…Saw the first game action of his collegiate career in a 42-3 win at Texas Lutheran (Nov. 7)…Earned a degree in criminal justice…Graduated from Belle Chasse (La.) High School in 2008 and helped lead his team to the 2008 Class 4A state championship as a senior, receiving all-state, all-metro and all-district honors as an offensive tackle for the Cardinals…Took up football as a sophomore, playing his first year at tight end, and earned three varsity letters during his high school career…Also received three letters as a center on the basketball team…Enjoys duck hunting and fishing…His grandfather moved from Croatia to the United States and settled in Louisiana, starting an oyster-farming business that is still in the family to this day…Has worked in the family business throughout his life…His most memorable sports achievement is winning the Class 4A championship in high school…His cousin, Cullen Vujnovich, played baseball at LSU-Alexandria…Names his parents as his two biggest influences for helping him achieve his goals throughout his life, and credits his college offensive line coach, Mike Richard, for his development as a football player…Saw many of his family members’ houses destroyed by the effects of Hurricane Katrina, but was fortunate that his town was not affected by the storm…His parents were able to take his family members in and provide them with shelter until they were able to find new homes…Enjoys listening to country music and going on cruises, having already visited Key West and the Bahamas…Lists Breaking Bad as his favorite TV show and Lawless as his favorite movie…Last name is pronounced VIEW-nuh-vitch…Single, lives in Belle Chasse, La. …Given name Jeremy Michael Vujnovich; born in Belle Chasse, La.

Signed by Green Bay on Jan. 7, 2014…Participated in the Packers’ rookie orientation camp on a tryout basis in May 2013…Played in 29 games with 28 starts during his four-year collegiate career…Named preseason All-American by Beyond Sports Network as a senior in 2012…Earned first-team American Southwest Conference honors and was named second-team All-Louisiana by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association and second-team All-South Region by D3football.com, after starting all 10 games in which he played at left tackle…Was a part of an offensive line that paved the way for running back Ryan Montague to rush for 1,110 yards and 13 TDs on 224 carries (5.0 avg.), including seven 100-yard performances...Helped the running game crack the century mark in four of the first five games of the season, as the Wildcats rushed for 169 yards and two TDs at Webber (Sept. 1), 196 yards and three TDs at Belhaven University (Sept. 8), 163 yards and one TD vs. Wesley College (Sept. 22), and 133 yards and a score at East Texas Baptist (Oct. 6)…Led the way for the Wildcats to compile 216 yards and three TDs in a 70-28 win at Mississippi College (Nov. 3)…Earned first-team ASC honors as a junior in 2011 after starting all nine games in which he played at left tackle…Helped the Wildcats rush for more than 100 yards in six of his nine starts, and paved the way for three 200-yard rushing games and one 300-yard rushing performance…Part of an offense that gained more than 500 yards on six different occasions…Provided protection for an attack that scored 140 points in the first three games of the season to jump out to a 3-0 start…Gave QB Jamie Bunting time to complete 21 of 32 passes (65.6 pct.) for 276 yards and a season-high four TDs in a win vs. Millsaps (Sept. 17)…Enabled running backs Montague and Daron Bartholomew to rush for 200 yards and 103 yards, respectively, in a win vs. Mississippi College (Sept. 24)…Helped the running game generate 167 yards in a 31-24 win vs. ETBU (Oct. 8)…Paved the way for back-to-back 200-yard rushing performances in wins vs. Sul Ross State (Oct. 22) and at Texas Lutheran (Oct. 29)…Also kept the pocket clean for Bunting in the win over Texas Lutheran, as the quarterback connected on 34 of 55 passes (61.8 pct.) for 275 yards and tied his season high with four TDs…Helped protect Bunting as he completed 25 of 43 passes (58.1 pct.) and threw for a season-high 454 yards and two TDs vs. McMurry (Nov.5)…Received All-ASC honorable mention recognition after becoming the starting left tackle as a sophomore in 2010, starting all nine games in which he played…Helped the offense rush for more than 100 yards in seven games, including a string of five consecutive 100-yard performances in the middle of the season…Allowed ample time for a prolific passing attack that accounted for at least four TDs in all but one game on the season…Paved the way for the offense to gain 146 yards on the ground and 290 yards and four TDs through the air in the season opener at Belhaven University (Sept. 4)…Helped the Wildcats gain 588 yards of total offense (489 yards passing) and seven total TDs (three rushing, four receiving) in an overtime loss vs. Huntingdon College (Sept. 11)…Enabled QB Ben McLaughlin to complete 26 of 43 passes (60.5 pct.) for 346 yards and four TDs at Mississippi College (Sept. 25), the team’s first win of the season…Blocked for an offense that gained 585 total yards (179 rushing, 406 passing) and scored seven TDs (three rushing, four receiving) at East Texas Baptist (Oct. 9), sparking a six-game winning streak to close out the season…The offense continued to roll the following week, racking up a season-high 674 yards, including 491 yards and six TDs through the air, both season highs, en route to a 62-28 win vs. Howard Payne (Oct. 16)…Allowed the offense to break the 500-yard mark for the third straight game, as the Wildcats amassed 185 yards and four TDs on the ground and 391 yards and four TDs through the air, in a win at Sul Ross State (Oct. 23)…Helped the offense close out the season with 145 rushing yards, 303 passing yards and six total TDs vs. Hardin-Simmons (Nov. 13)…Appeared in one game as a true freshman in 2009…Saw the first game action of his collegiate career in a 42-3 win at Texas Lutheran (Nov. 7)…Earned a degree in criminal justice…Graduated from Belle Chasse (La.) High School in 2008 and helped lead his team to the 2008 Class 4A state championship as a senior, receiving all-state, all-metro and all-district honors as an offensive tackle for the Cardinals…Took up football as a sophomore, playing his first year at tight end, and earned three varsity letters during his high school career…Also received three letters as a center on the basketball team…Enjoys duck hunting and fishing…His grandfather moved from Croatia to the United States and settled in Louisiana, starting an oyster-farming business that is still in the family to this day…Has worked in the family business throughout his life…His most memorable sports achievement is winning the Class 4A championship in high school…His cousin, Cullen Vujnovich, played baseball at LSU-Alexandria…Names his parents as his two biggest influences for helping him achieve his goals throughout his life, and credits his college offensive line coach, Mike Richard, for his development as a football player…Saw many of his family members’ houses destroyed by the effects of Hurricane Katrina, but was fortunate that his town was not affected by the storm…His parents were able to take his family members in and provide them with shelter until they were able to find new homes…Enjoys listening to country music and going on cruises, having already visited Key West and the Bahamas…Lists Breaking Bad as his favorite TV show and Lawless as his favorite movie…Last name is pronounced VIEW-nuh-vitch…Single, lives in Belle Chasse, La. …Given name Jeremy Michael Vujnovich; born in Belle Chasse, La.