2010-11 Football
Chris Kuck
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Chris Kuck
No.: 44
Pos.: TE
Cl.: Sr.
Ht.: 6-1
Wt.: 220
Hometown (Last School): Marathon, Fla./Marathon HS
Exp.: 3L
Birthdate:
Major:
Rosters: 2010-11 Football
2010: Enters his final season at JU with 10 career touchdown receptions – needing two more to tie for fifth place on the school’s all-time list.

2009: Played in 10 games, starting the finale at Campbell…earned honorable mention all-PFL honors…one of the top pass catching tight ends in the PFL, finished with the year with 12 receptions and five touchdowns...had a season-high three catches for 48 yards with one touchdown at Marist…caught a pass in five straight games to open the season after missing the season opener with an injury…had one reception against Morehead State, a 17-yard touchdown…had two catches for 32 yards and one touchdown against Valparaiso…had two catches, both touchdowns, for 12 yards against Butler.

2008: Played in 11 games as a sophomore…earned PFL all-conference honorable mention…was second on the team in touchdown receptions with five…led the team in yards per reception (20.1)…caught a touchdown pass in four straight games…had a season-best 70 yards on two catches with one touchdown at Morehead State (10/18)…racked up a career-best two touchdown receptions against Webber International (10/9)…had at least 40 yards receiving in three games…joined the baseball team in the spring, playing one game.

2007: Played in eight games as a freshman…had three catches on the season, two coming against UNC-Pembroke (9/22)…his two catches against UNCP were for 66 yards, with the longest being a leaping 36-yard reception. High School: Played four years at Marathon High School under head coach Lance Martin…was named offensive “Most Valuable Player” his last three years of high school after starting at quarterback and strong safety…led his team to the district championship and third place in the state as a senior after rushing for 1,105 yards and 12 touchdowns, as well as throwing for 305 yards and three touchdowns before his season ended after four games due to an ACL tear…was named team “Most Valuable Player” and was all-state honorable mention…led team to the district championship and a fourth-place finish in the state as a junior after throwing for 1,200 yards and nine touchdowns as well as rushing for 1,100 yards and 15 touchdowns at quarterback…also recorded 77 tackles as the starting strong safety…was named all-county and all-state honorable mention…as a sophomore rushed for 300 yards and three touchdowns as well as passing for 95 yards and one touchdown…recorded 85 tackles, three sacks and three interceptions on defense…earned all-state honors on defense…led the Marathon baseball team to the district championship three years in a row and was a four-year starter and all-county performer in the sport…member of the honor roll his junior and senior years.

Personal: Born on Sept. 15, 1986, in Key West, Fla…son of Stephen and Bambi…has one brother, Michael; and one sister, Shelby…major is sports administration.


Roster
1 Tommie RogersWR
2 Josh McGregorQB
3 Adrian RileyWR
4 Larry ThompsonWR
5 Michael HenzieWR
6 Jarvis WilliamsFB
7 Elliott FinkleyWR
8 J.J. LasterRB
9 Rodney SumterWR
10 Josh PhilpartWR
11 Will PerryLB
12 Colby WaldenWR
12 Scott HensleyQB
13 Erik StepeltonQB
14 Andy SainvilDB
15 Andre AddisonDB
16 Ray ScottWR
17 Matt MeehanTE
18 Rafael EchemendiaQB
19 Michael DormineyDB
20 Keith DawsonRB
21 Lacy McDougaldDB
22 Antwain MathewsDB
23 Bryan RevereDB
24 Leonard SmithDB
26 Chandler McKinnonDB
27 Darren JohnsonDB
28 Rudell SmallRB
29 Schon ThomasDB
30 Hank FarmerLB
31 Alexander BradleyDB
32 Nick PryceRB
33 Robert DiMarcoFB
34 Joseph FennellLB
35 Tyler PeakRB
37 Matt Fox
36 Anthony JoinerLB
38 Eric BakerTE/LS
39 Zach ReynoldsFB
39 Connor PhillipsDB
40 Maurice ManningDB
41 Chance SmithDL
42 Ed FoleyLB
43 Taylor MarshLB
44 Chris KuckTE
45 Layne McCombsLB
46 Ray GaultDL
48 Mike KleinLB
49 Logan ChipperfieldP
50 Montaque MackLB
51 Daniel DelguidiceDE
52 Rolando FinesDL
53 Cevonta HeagleDL
54 Austin LandsLB
55 Kali FifitaDL
56 Juan PimientaDL
57 Bradley BurnsDL
58 Jordan RuddLB
59 William BurbridgeLB
60 Joseph BabadiDL
61 Mike ArdntOL
62 Graig JohnigeanOL
63 Troy BoettnerOL
64 Dustin RobinsonOL
65 Levan SimsOL
66 Kevin HalversonOL
67 Spencer HodgesOL
68 Tyler BrackenOL
69 Danny PouOL
71 Chad CypherOL
72 Kyle NantonOL
73 Carl SaundersOL
74 C.J. CrewsOL
75 Billy PeachOL
76 Leonard PaytonOL
77 Wisly DesireOL
78 Nicholas VerleniOL
79 Ian OskingOL
80 Waylon CoxWR
81 Dorian GuyWR
82 Trey SnowWR
84 Andrew DavisTE
85 Quintin DavisWR
88 Langston ThomasWR
89 Matt MiltonWR
90 Kyle MorrisonDL
92 Charles DowdyDL
93 Charles ThackerDL
94 John BethuneDL
95 Mike MayoralDL
96 Josh HostetlerPK
97 Alex JonesPK
98 Montavis MackDL
99 Luidji MichelDL
Erick CuocoPK
Kerwin Bell Head Coach; Offensive Coordinator; Quarterbacks
Jerry Odom Defensive Coordinator; Linebackers
Andy McLeod Offensive Line; Recruiting Coordinator
Kerry Webb Running Backs; Special Team Coordinator
Ernie Logan Defensive Line
Ernie Mills Wide Receivers
Danny Verpaele Defensive Backs
Jerry Crafts Head Junior Varsity Coach
Cameron Smith Director of Football Operations