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  Augie Hoffman
Augie Hoffman
Player Profile

Park Ridge, NJ

High School:
St. Joseph

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 305


An anchor of the BC offensive line, expected to start at the right guard position.

2001 Season
Started at six games at right tackle for the Eagles…started five of the first six games at that position and then suffered an ankle injury at Virginia Tech…came back to play in the Miami (Nov. 10) and Rutgers (Nov. 17) games and then returned to the starting lineup for the regular-season finale at Syracuse (Nov. 24)…saw reserve action in the Music City Bowl win over Georgia…helped the Eagles become the second-leading offense in the BIG EAST in terms of total offense and rushing yards and third in scoring…BC was 18th nationally in rushing offense…has helped pave the way for Boston College to have another 1,000-yard rusher this season - William Green at 1,559 yards - the fourth year in a row an Eagle has accomplished that…part of an offensive line that gave up just 15 sacks for 104 yards - a mark that was the third-lowest in the BIG EAST.

2000 Season
Made his first career start vs. Rutgers (Oct. 28) at right guard...was playing in place of Paul Zukauskas, who had a concussion from the Pittsburgh game...saw action in a total of seven games, the other six as a reserve on the offensive line.

1999 Season
Did not see any action and was redshirted.

High School
Earned Super Prep All-America honors as a senior offensive tackle at St. Joseph's…was ranked among The Sporting News' top 10 linemen in the nation and among Tom Lemming's top 15 big men in the country…was selected to Tom Lemming's all-East team…was a consensus all-state first-team selection in 1998…earned all-suburban, all-county and all-league accolades as a junior and senior…was the lone offensive lineman to earn a spot on the 22-member Tri-State Heisman Team…served as 1998 team captain…led St. Joseph's to the NJSIAA Parochial Group 4 playoff title game in each of his last three seasons; St. Joseph's won the title in 1996 and 1997…finished his career with a 31-2 varsity record…played for head coach Tony Karcich…also competed in track…won the 1999 New Jersey High School super heavyweight state title with a state-record 650-pound squat; also set a state record in the all-around competition (bench, squat and deadlift) with 1,530 pounds.

August W. Hoffmann III, born February 23, 1981…was a member of the National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society at St. Joseph's…enrolled in the Lynch School of Education with a major in English…holds a black belt in karate…Augie and his younger sister Samantha are the children of Phyllis and August Hoffmann Jr.

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