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Kyle Juszczyk
FB #44
Height:
6-1
Weight:
248
Age:
23
College:
Harvard
Experience:
2

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Biography

Download 2011 Bio Update TRANSACTIONS

Kyle Juszczyk was selected by the Ravens in the fourth round (130th overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft.

CAREER

• Played in all 16 games (recording 5 special teams tackles) as a rookie in 2013
• Saw action in his first-career NFL game and posted his first-career ST tackle at Den. (9/5/13)

2013: (16/0) Saw action in all 16 games as a rookie, finishing with 5 special teams tackles and 1 FR
• Played on special teams and recorded his first-career KOR, good for 8 yards, in game 10 at Chi. (11/17)
• Saw action in his first-career NFL game and posted his first-career ST tackle in game 1 at Den. (9/5)

COLLEGE: Earned numerous first-team All-American honors after he posted 52 receptions for 706 receiving yards (13.6 avg.) and 8 TDs, which tie for second in single-season Harvard history as a senior in 2012...Ranked fifth in the Ivy League, averaging 70.6 receiving yards per game and seventh with 5.2 receptions per contest, helping Harvard finish with an 8-2 overall record...Tallied 15 receptions against Princeton, the second most by a Harvard player in single-game school history...Also had 192 receiving yards, fourth all time in Crimson annals...Started all 10 games and led all Ivy League TEs and Harvard receivers with 37 catches, compiling 512 yards (13.8 avg.) and a team-high-tying 7 TDs as a junior in 2011...Helped the Crimson produce a 9-1 record, winning nine-straight games to close out the season and earn the school’s seventh outright Ivy League football title...Earned honorable mention All-Ivy League honors after finishing second on the team with 25 receptions for 234 yards (9.4 avg.) and a team-high 4 TDs as a sophomore in 2010..Posted 11 catches for 124 yards (11.3 avg.) and 3 TDs as a freshman in 2009...Added 7 tackles (3 solo) on special teams.

HIGH SCHOOL, PERSONAL: Prepped at Cloverleaf (Lodi, OH) HS where he played LB, RB, WR and QB...Was a two time captain who earned first-team All-Suburban League and All-Medina County honors during his junior and senior campaigns...Played TE as a junior and QB, RB, WR and LB as a senior, when he led the team in both receiving and rushing yards in 2008...Earned a total of six varsity letters, also playing basketball and track...Was a National Honor Society member who received Ohio Math League recognition...Was an economics major at Harvard...Great uncle, Rich “Dickie” Moore was a DT at Villanova before being selected by Green Bay with the12th pick in the first round of the 1969 NFL Draft... Name is pronounced YOOZ-check.

COMMUNITY: Supports Ravens’ team and players activities, including A Purple Evening, the team’s annual women’s event at M&T Bank Stadium...Participated in a PLAY 60 kickoff assembly at Essex Elem. (Oct. 2013)...PLAY 60 is the NFL’s movement for an active generation...Supported teammates charitable initiatives, including Vonta Leach’s Celebrity Billiards Tournament benefitting breast cancer research.

Download 2011 Bio Update TRANSACTIONS

Kyle Juszczyk was selected by the Ravens in the fourth round (130th overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft.

CAREER

• Played in all 16 games (recording 5 special teams tackles) as a rookie in 2013
• Saw action in his first-career NFL game and posted his first-career ST tackle at Den. (9/5/13)

2013: (16/0) Saw action in all 16 games as a rookie, finishing with 5 special teams tackles and 1 FR
• Played on special teams and recorded his first-career KOR, good for 8 yards, in game 10 at Chi. (11/17)
• Saw action in his first-career NFL game and posted his first-career ST tackle in game 1 at Den. (9/5)

COLLEGE: Earned numerous first-team All-American honors after he posted 52 receptions for 706 receiving yards (13.6 avg.) and 8 TDs, which tie for second in single-season Harvard history as a senior in 2012...Ranked fifth in the Ivy League, averaging 70.6 receiving yards per game and seventh with 5.2 receptions per contest, helping Harvard finish with an 8-2 overall record...Tallied 15 receptions against Princeton, the second most by a Harvard player in single-game school history...Also had 192 receiving yards, fourth all time in Crimson annals...Started all 10 games and led all Ivy League TEs and Harvard receivers with 37 catches, compiling 512 yards (13.8 avg.) and a team-high-tying 7 TDs as a junior in 2011...Helped the Crimson produce a 9-1 record, winning nine-straight games to close out the season and earn the school’s seventh outright Ivy League football title...Earned honorable mention All-Ivy League honors after finishing second on the team with 25 receptions for 234 yards (9.4 avg.) and a team-high 4 TDs as a sophomore in 2010..Posted 11 catches for 124 yards (11.3 avg.) and 3 TDs as a freshman in 2009...Added 7 tackles (3 solo) on special teams.

HIGH SCHOOL, PERSONAL: Prepped at Cloverleaf (Lodi, OH) HS where he played LB, RB, WR and QB...Was a two time captain who earned first-team All-Suburban League and All-Medina County honors during his junior and senior campaigns...Played TE as a junior and QB, RB, WR and LB as a senior, when he led the team in both receiving and rushing yards in 2008...Earned a total of six varsity letters, also playing basketball and track...Was a National Honor Society member who received Ohio Math League recognition...Was an economics major at Harvard...Great uncle, Rich “Dickie” Moore was a DT at Villanova before being selected by Green Bay with the12th pick in the first round of the 1969 NFL Draft... Name is pronounced YOOZ-check.

COMMUNITY: Supports Ravens’ team and players activities, including A Purple Evening, the team’s annual women’s event at M&T Bank Stadium...Participated in a PLAY 60 kickoff assembly at Essex Elem. (Oct. 2013)...PLAY 60 is the NFL’s movement for an active generation...Supported teammates charitable initiatives, including Vonta Leach’s Celebrity Billiards Tournament benefitting breast cancer research.