Travis Bruffy

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Experience: R

Height: 6-6

Age: 22

Weight: 298 lbs

College: Texas Tech

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Biography

Signed by Green Bay as an undrafted free agent on April 30, 2020…Played in 46 games with 34 starts at Texas Tech, with all 34 of his starts coming at left tackle over his final three seasons…Helped the Red Raiders rank in the top 10 in the country in passing offense in all three of his seasons as a starter…Was named a team captain in 2018 and 2019…Started all 12 games at LT as a senior in 2019 and earned second-team All-Big 12 recognition from the conference's coaches…Was part of an offensive line that helped the Red Raiders rank tied for No. 17 in the country with 18 sacks allowed (on 531 passing attempts)…Helped Texas Tech average 324.7 passing yards per game, good for No. 7 in the nation, and 474.3 total yards per game, good for No. 11 in the country…Helped protect QB Jett Duffey, who threw 18 TD passes and just five INTs and ranked No. 11 in the country with an average of 284.0 passing yards per game…Part of an offense that racked up a season-high 691 yards of total offense and a season-best 255 rushing yards and four TDs on 40 carries (6.4 avg.) vs. Montana State (Aug. 31)…Blocked for Duffey as he connected on 26 of 44 passes for a season-high 424 yards and four TDs with no INTs in a 45-35 win vs. Oklahoma State (Oct. 5) as the Red Raiders did not allow a sack…Helped protect Duffey as he connected on 36 of 58 attempts for 399 yards and two TDs at Texas (Nov. 29)…Started at LT in all 11 games he played in as a junior in 2018, earning All-Big 12 honorable mention from the coaches…Helped the Red Raiders rank No. 3 in the nation in passing offense (352.6 ypg), No. 12 in total offense (485.2 ypg) and No. 16 in scoring offense (37.3 ppg)…Blocked for an offense that racked up 683 total yards, including a season-high 264 rushing yards and seven TDs on 51 carries (avg.), in the 77-0 win vs. Lamar (Sept. 8)…Part of a line that protected QB Alan Bowman as he threw for 605 yards and five TDs with no INTs on 43-of-59 passing with no sacks allowed vs. Houston (Sept. 15)…Helped the offense rack up 621 yards in the 41-17 win at No. 15-ranked Oklahoma State (Sept. 22)…Started all 11 games he appeared in at LT as a sophomore in 2017, earning All-Big 12 honorable mention from the coaches…Helped the Red Raiders rank No. 9 in the country in passing offense (333.7 ypg), No. 16 in total offense (474.6 ypg) and No. 23 in scoring offense (34.3 ppg)…Part of a line that helped pave the way for Tech to average 140.9 rushing yards per game, an improvement of nearly 40 yards a game from 2016…Helped protect QB Nic Shimonek, who ranked No. 10 in the country with 3,963 passing yards and No. 9 with 33 passing TDs…Helped the offense rack up a season-high 626 total yards vs. Eastern Washington (Sept. 2)…Part of a line that protected Shimonek as he threw for a career-high 543 yards and six TDs on 37-of-50 passing vs. Arizona State (Sept. 16)…Helped clear the way for Tech to register 603 yards of total offense and a season-best 313 rushing yards and five TDs on 52 carries (6.0 avg.) at Kansas (Oct. 7)…Played in all 12 games as a redshirt freshman in 2016, seeing time on the line and as a blocking tight end…Caught a 5-yard TD pass from QB Patrick Mahomes at Oklahoma State (Nov. 12), scoring on a throwback play that tied the game just before halftime…The play was later nominated for the Piesman Trophy, which is awarded to the top play by a lineman…Earned his degree in finance and accounting…Earned Class 5A all-state honorable mention as an LT at Fort Bend Ridge Point High School (Missouri City, Texas)…Also was a two-time Class 5A-23 all-district selection…Helped guide the Panthers to an 11-4 overall record, 6-1 district record and a state playoff berth as a senior…Anchored the line for an offense that averaged 356 yards per game…Helped lead Ridge Point to a perfect 7-0 district record, a 12-1 overall record and a Class 5A-23 district title as a junior in 2013…Also lettered all four years in baseball…Was a three-time Academic All-Big 12 first-team selection…Represented Texas Tech and the Big 12 at the autonomy session of the NCAA convention in Orlando in January 2019, one of 15 student-athletes from across the Power 5 conferences to attend the conference and vote on key legislative measures affecting his peers at a national level…Visited hospitals and the Boys & Girls Club in Lubbock, Texas…Did an internship in the summer of 2018 with Double Eagle Energy…His father, Daniel Jr., played baseball at Rice and his mother, Leigh, was a golfer at Texas A&M…Lives in Missouri City, Texas…Given name Travis Roger Bruffy; born in Houston, Texas.

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