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Jeremy Trueblood

Indianapolis, IN

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-9 / 330


One of three Eagle seniors to participate in the 2006 Senior Bowl...he and Mathias Kiwanuka were teammates at Cathedral High School in Indianapolis; the Eagles conducted a practice at Cathedral prior to their game against Ball State in September 2004.

2005 Season
Started in all 12 games...earned All-ACC Second Team honors...a two-year starter, Trueblood starred as a member of the ACC's biggest offensive line, weighing a collective 1,586 pounds...paved the way for four 100-yard rushing performances and a collective 1,515 yards rushing by L.V. Whitworth and Andre Callender...started at left tackle in each of the team's last 20 games...standing at 6-feet-9 inches tall, he was the tallest member of the team.

2004 Season
Started in the season opener at Ball State, where he sustained a left knee injury that forced him out of the game in the first half...was able to start in the home opener against Penn State...saw limited action against Wake Forest due to a virus...started the rest of the season and went on to turn in an all-star season.

2003 Season
Got the starting nod at left tackle for the season opener vs. Wake Forest and started all 13 games for the Eagles...became a key cog in an offensive line that paved the way for Derrick Knight to become BC's sixth 1,000-yard rusher in a row and all-time rushing leader...good spring drills left him slotted as the starter on summer depth chart.

2002 Season
Provided depth at offensive tackle; listed at number two on the post-spring depth chart at left one of two Cathedral High School graduates to join the Eagles this fall; schoolboy teammate Mathias Kiwanuka is a defensive end.

High School
Earned SuperPrep All-America honors as a senior at Cathedral High School; gained all-Midwest honors from Tom Lemming...captured all-state and all-city accolades in both 1999 and 2000...played in the Indiana High School North-South All-Star Game on July 14, 2001...was selected to Central Indiana's Super Team...helped lead Cathedral to back-to-back State 4A championships in 1998 and 1999...played for head coach Rick Streiff...also competed on Cathedral's basketball and track and field teams.

Jeremy T. Trueblood, born May 10, 1983...enrolled in the College of Arts & the 2005-06 recipient of the Mr. and Mrs. John Wisniewski Scholarship...Jeremy is the son of Nancy and Roger Trueblood.

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