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Name: Jack Wohlabaugh (+) Coming off Aug 2020 Knee INJ/Out/Transfer from Ohio State
College: Duke     Number: 50
Height: 6-3   Weight: 305
Position: C  Pos2: OG
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

40 Low: 5.08
   40 Time: 5.19
  40 High: 5.30
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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC...(+) Coming off Aug 2020 Knee INJ...POutland...2019: HMC...PRimington...HM All-ACC w/9 sts at C, TT, missed rest of season due to surgery on left ankle in '19. Started 9 gms, played 13 gms at C in '18. Transferred from Ohio State for '18. No game action in '17. Redshirted in '16. Dad, Dave Wohlabaugh, played in the NFL and was a 4th round pick in the 1995 NFL Draft by Patriots, played 9 yrs w/Patriots, Browns, and Rams.

 Jack Wohlabaugh, Duke, Player News

  08/30/21 - C Jack WohlabaughrSr/2022, Duke, 6-3, 305 (DS#13 C) + More +

  As Duke prepares an offense built around a rushing attack featuring preseason all-ACC running back Mataeo Durant and new starting quarterback Gunnar Holmberg, the return of a big man in the middle of the line is equally important. Considered one of the ACC's top centers entering last season, Jack Wohlabaugh suffered a torn knee ligament in practice before a game had been played. That was the first of many unfortunate occurrences as the Blue Devils slumped to a 2-9 record in the pandemic-altered season. With a new season beginning on Friday at Charlotte, Duke has Wohlabaugh back, healthy and ready to anchor an offensive front that's of major importance.

"Jack Wohlabaugh is critical," Duke co-offensive coordinator Jeff Faris said. "He's obviously a great player and he's an even better leader. He's been really good at bringing those young offensive linemen along. He's done a really, really good job with his rehab and strength work." Wohlabaugh had reconstructive right knee surgery last Sept. 15 to repair a torn ACL. So Duke will play two games next month before he hits one year post-operation. Still, as he prepares to open the season in the starting lineup, Wohlabaugh is feeling strong and comfortable about his repaired knee. "I'm really focused on just getting my knee to feel better and stronger and get back to my old self where I've almost forgotten about having to trust it," Wohlabaugh said. - Herald Sun


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  08/05/21 - C Jack WohlabaughrSr/2022, Duke, 6-3, 305 (DS#13 C) + More +

  John Gelotte, a 6-7, 295-pound redshirt sophomore, has played 27 snaps as a college player. He transitioned from tight end back to offensive tackle in spring practice and will compete for the starting right tackle job in August. The good news on the offensive line is center Jack Wohlabaugh is ready to go full speed after missing all of last season with a torn knee ligament. He's a big key to any success the Blue Devils could have. - Herald Sun

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  09/14/20 - C Jack WohlabaughrSr/2022, Duke, 6-3, 305 (DS#13 C) + More +

  Duke center Jack Wohlabaugh announced Friday that he intends to play the 2021 season for the Blue Devils.The redshirt senior was lost for this season with a torn right anterior cruciate ligament sustained in a Sept. 1 practice. Wohlabaugh was elected a team captain by his Duke teammates. He said in a social media post that he plans to make an impact this season in ways off the field. "Although unable to be in the trenches with my teammates, I will do my best to help them be the best versions of themselves every step of the way," Wohlabaugh's announcement said. He has made 18 career starts. - Herald Sun

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  09/04/20 - C Jack WohlabaughrSr/2022, Duke, 6-3, 305 (DS#13 C) + More +

  Duke's offensive line took a huge hit Wednesday when it was announced starting center Jack Wohlabaugh has been ruled out with a knee injury. Wohlabaugh, a 6-4, 305-pound senior, suffered an anterior cruciate ligament injury to the right knee, the school said and will need surgery. Duke also announced redshirt sophomore cornerback Ken Torain will be out of action indefinitely and will need surgery for an injured right shoulder. Wohlabaugh started nine games last season before suffering a season-ending ankle injury that required surgery. Duke's best offensive lineman, he earned honorable mention All-ACC honors in 2019.

Wohlabaugh, from Akron, Ohio, is a former transfer from Ohio State. He took over as Duke's starting center during the 2018 season after an injury to Zach Harmon and remained the starter after Harmon's return. Duke scored 40 or more points in five games in 2018, tying a school record for a season. Wohlabaugh received the Dan "Tiger" Hill Award as the team's most outstanding offensive lineman and the Sonny Falcone Award for his commitment to strength training and conditioning in the 2019 season. - Herald Sun


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  09/03/20 - C Jack WohlabaughrSr/2022, Duke, 6-3, 305 (DS#13 C) + More +

  Duke has lost returning starting center Jack Wohlabaugh to a serious knee injury along with reserve cornerback Ken Torain. The school announced the injuries Wednesday, saying that both players are out indefinitely. Wohlabaugh is one of four returning starters to the offensive line, but he suffered a torn right anterior cruciate ligament in Tuesday’s practice. The school is determining surgery details. Torain will have surgery for a right shoulder injury. Duke opens the season Sept. 12 at No. 10 Notre Dame. - AP College Football

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  09/02/20 - C Jack WohlabaughrSr/2022, Duke, 6-3, 305 (DS#13 C) + More +

  Duke redshirt sophomore cornerback Ken Torain and redshirt senior center Jack Wohlabaugh will be out of action indefinitely following surgeries to be performed next week. Torain will have surgery to repair an injured right shoulder, while Wohlabaugh suffered a torn right anterior cruciate ligament in practice on Tuesday. Surgical details have yet to be determined. Torain, a native of Tampa, Fla., has seen action in one game at Duke. Wohlabaugh, an Honorable Mention All-ACC selection in 2019, has seen action in 22 games, making 18 starts. - Duke Football

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  08/27/20 - C Jack WohlabaughrSr/2022, Duke, 6-3, 305 (DS#13 C) + More +

  2021 SENIOR BOWL WATCH LIST: Jack Wohlabaugh, Duke,...Wohlabaugh, the 6-4, 305-pound Akron, Ohio, product has played in 22 career games with 18 starts and 1,477 total snaps after transferring from Ohio State. Along with his All-ACC honorable mention accolade in 2019, Wohlabaugh also earned Duke's Dan "Tiger" Hill Award as the most outstanding offensive lineman after anchoring an offensive line that ranked fifth in the ACC in sacks allowed and 15th nationally in tackles for loss allowed. - Duke Football

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  07/26/20 - C Jack WohlabaughrSr/2022, Duke, 6-3, 305 (DS#13 C) + More +

  2020 OUTLAND TROPHY PRESEASON WATCH LIST: C Jack Wohlabaugh, Duke,...The 6-4, 305-pound Akron, Ohio, product has played in 22 career games with 18 starts and 1,477 total snaps after transferring from Ohio State. Along with his All-ACC honorable mention accolade in 2019, Wohlabaugh also earned Duke's Dan "Tiger" Hill Award as the most outstanding offensive lineman after anchoring an offensive line that ranked fifth in the ACC in sacks allowed and 15th nationally in tackles for loss allowed. Last season he helped block for an offense that averaged 329.7 yards per game and 37 total touchdowns, while also paving the way for the Duke offense to register 40+ points in three-straight outings, and in four of five consecutive games. - Duke Football

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  12/04/19 - C Jack WohlabaughrSr/2022, Duke, 6-3, 305 (DS#13 C) + More +

  2019 ALL-ACC HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): C - Jack Wohlabaugh, Duke; 29,...Wohlabaugh, a 6-4, 305-pound redshirt junior from Akron, Ohio, was Duke's top offensive lineman. He helped the Blue Devils rank fifth in the ACC in sacks allowed and 15th nationally in TFL allowed. Wohlabaugh was selected the ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week on Sept. 30 after spearheading a Duke offense that produced 45 points, 24 first downs and 422 total yards in a win. - Duke Football

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  09/30/19 - C Jack WohlabaughrSr/2022, Duke, 6-3, 305 (DS#13 C) + More +

  SEPT 30/WEEK 5 ACC OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Jack Wohlabaugh, Duke, Jr., C, Akron, Ohio,...Wohlabaugh spearheaded a Duke offense that produced 45 points, 24 first downs and 422 total yards In Friday night's 45-10 win at Virginia Tech...The Blue Devils committed zero turnovers, surrendered zero sacks and converted 7 of 14 third-down snaps...Wohlabaugh opened holes for a rushing attack that compiled 234 yards on 41 attempts (5.7 yards per rush) and three touchdowns while allowing just four total negative yards on the night...He also provided protection for a Duke passing game that completed 21 of 28 pass attempts (.750) for 188 yards and three touchdowns while not surrendering a sack for the third straight game. - Atlantic Coast Conference Football

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  07/19/19 - C Jack WohlabaughrSr/2022, Duke, 6-3, 305 (DS#13 C) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON RIMINGTON TROPHY CANDIDATE: Jack Wohlabaugh, Duke,...Wohlabaugh, a 6-4, 300-pound Akron, Ohio, product, is charted as the first team center after playing in all 13 games last fall with nine starts. He spent the 2016 and 2017 seasons as a member of the football program at Ohio State before transferring to the Blue Devils.

Last fall at Duke, Wohlabaugh was a member of an offensive front that helped Duke close the year as one of four ACC teams to compile 2,000 or more rushing yards and 3,100 or more passing yards, joining Clemson, Syracuse and Virginia Tech. He helped the Blue Devil offense produce 382 points, the fourth highest single-season total in program history. - Duke Football


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