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Luke Benuska
Pro Scout

Biography

Luke Benuska enters his second season in the Packers’ pro personnel department and first as a pro scout after being promoted in June 2017. Benuska (ben-EW-ska) previously served as a scouting intern in the personnel department during the 2016 season.

Prior to joining the Packers, Benuska worked in the football recruiting office at his alma mater, Texas Christian University, in 2016.

Benuska played collegiately at TCU, where he saw action in 22 games and was a two-year letterman (2014-15) at offensive tackle. He appeared in all 13 games for the No. 11-ranked Horned Frogs as a senior in 2015, when the program rallied from a 31-point deficit to win in triple overtime, 47-41, against Oregon in the Alamo Bowl. 

On the year, Benuska aided an offensive line that paved the way for second-team All-Big 12 QB Trevone Boykin to register 3,575 passing yards, the second most in program history. TCU’s offensive unit was one of the conference’s most efficient during his senior season, with 4,976 total yards (1,933 rushing, 3,043 passing) on 745 plays (6.7 avg.).

Benuska lettered for the first time in his career as a junior in 2014, appearing in six contests on the offensive line. The No. 6-ranked Horned Frogs were ultimately crowned Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl champions in the largest margin of victory in CFA Peach Bowl history, 42-3, over No. 9 Ole Miss.

Benuska saw game action for the first time as a sophomore in 2013, playing on special teams in four contests.

Born May 26, 1993, Benuska earned a B.B.A. in entrepreneurial management from TCU in 2015, and is a native of San Marino, Calif. While attending San Marino High School, he lettered three times as a tight end on the football team. Benuska also played volleyball and basketball, both of which he lettered in twice.

One of three children, Benuska has two sisters, Kate and Ellie, who work in data analysis for Southwest Airlines and fashion illustration, respectively. 

Benuska is single and resides in Green Bay.

Luke Benuska enters his second season in the Packers’ pro personnel department and first as a pro scout after being promoted in June 2017. Benuska (ben-EW-ska) previously served as a scouting intern in the personnel department during the 2016 season.

Prior to joining the Packers, Benuska worked in the football recruiting office at his alma mater, Texas Christian University, in 2016.

Benuska played collegiately at TCU, where he saw action in 22 games and was a two-year letterman (2014-15) at offensive tackle. He appeared in all 13 games for the No. 11-ranked Horned Frogs as a senior in 2015, when the program rallied from a 31-point deficit to win in triple overtime, 47-41, against Oregon in the Alamo Bowl. 

On the year, Benuska aided an offensive line that paved the way for second-team All-Big 12 QB Trevone Boykin to register 3,575 passing yards, the second most in program history. TCU’s offensive unit was one of the conference’s most efficient during his senior season, with 4,976 total yards (1,933 rushing, 3,043 passing) on 745 plays (6.7 avg.).

Benuska lettered for the first time in his career as a junior in 2014, appearing in six contests on the offensive line. The No. 6-ranked Horned Frogs were ultimately crowned Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl champions in the largest margin of victory in CFA Peach Bowl history, 42-3, over No. 9 Ole Miss.

Benuska saw game action for the first time as a sophomore in 2013, playing on special teams in four contests.

Born May 26, 1993, Benuska earned a B.B.A. in entrepreneurial management from TCU in 2015, and is a native of San Marino, Calif. While attending San Marino High School, he lettered three times as a tight end on the football team. Benuska also played volleyball and basketball, both of which he lettered in twice.

One of three children, Benuska has two sisters, Kate and Ellie, who work in data analysis for Southwest Airlines and fashion illustration, respectively. 

Benuska is single and resides in Green Bay.