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Name: Josh Lugg 
College: Notre Dame     Number: 75
Height: 6-7   Weight: 305
Position: OT  Pos2: OG/C
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

40 Low: 5.12
   40 Time: 5.25
  40 High: 5.36
Projected Round:   Stock:    

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Height: 6065
Weight: 305

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC

 Josh Lugg, Notre Dame, Player News

  04/27/21 - OT Josh LuggrSr/2022, Notre Dame, 6-7, 305 (DS#16 OT) + More +

  Lugg began the spring playing right tackle, where he started the final five games of the 2019 season in place of an injured Robert Hainsey, but Kelly suggested early on that Lugg would eventually move inside to guard, where he started one game last season. But lately Kelly started to settle on tackle as his most likely position. Lugg's experience at both positions matters, but his ultimate success may be determined by a lack of physical discomfort, not which position he feels more comfortable playing. The 6-foot-7 Lugg dealt with back issues last season while playing at 321 pounds. He reshaped his body in the offseason and cut down to 291 pounds before the end of February.

"I had to look at myself in the mirror and be like maybe if I'm a little bit lighter, I'm going to be able to move better and it's not going to be such a strain on my back," Lugg said. "I think that really helped. I haven't had any issues come up at all now since the end of the season last year. "I feel strong. It's all in the core really at this point. If I can have a tight core, I feel that it's really improved my back and being able to play and feel comfortable." This spring, Lugg has been practicing at around 300 pounds. He wants to see if he can keep his back healthy by adding five or 10 pounds by the start of the season. Regardless of which position he plays, Lugg will need to be at his athletic peak. "I feel like I'm moving a lot better," Lugg said. - South Bend Tribune


(DS#16 OT) rSr/2022 OT Josh LuggNotre Dame
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