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Name: Nolan Laufenberg 
College: Air Force     Number: 66
Height: 6-3   Weight: 315
Position: OG  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2021

40 Low: 5.12
   40 Time: 5.23
  40 High: 5.34
Projected Round: 7-HPFA  Stock:    

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Weight: 315

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: 1stC...PWCamp2nd/POutland...2019: 1stC...1st team All-Mountain West w/12 sts at LG, 13 gms, 2 TT in '19. Started 9 gms, played 12 gms at LG in '18. No varsity action in '17.

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  2020 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): OL - Nolan Laufenberg, Sr., Air Force,...Nolan Laufenberg and Parker Ferguson were each named to the watch list for the 2020 Outland Trophy, recognizing 85 standout interior linemen representing all 10 Division I FBS conference and independents. Air Force is one of 17 schools with multiple players selected. The pair spearheaded the offensive line to the Joe Moore Midseason Honor Roll. The Joe Moore Award recognizes the Most Outstanding Offensive Line Unit in College Football. The offensive line has paved the way for Air Force to lead the Mountain West and rank second in the nation in rushing with a 336 average. The Falcons lead the conference and are fourth nationally in fewest sacks allowed with two. Air Force leads the Mountain West and is fourth nationally in time of possession with a 34:29 mark. - Air Force Football

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  Air Force coach Troy Calhoun spent time as an NFL assistant, and while he couldn't speak to any team's specific evaluation plans this year, he would expect as a general rule that teams will be scouring film from 2019 and earlier as they set their draft boards. "This is going to have to be a year where you're going to go to other seasons, I think, for any prospect," Calhoun said. "There's some that you're going to be able to pull from this year. And hopefully there's going to be a good bit (to come)." In considering Laufenberg as an NFL prospect, Calhoun noted his movement, strength and power that he's developed in his lower body. His speed could make him suited for roles on special teams such as kickoff return or field goal as well, the coach noted. "There's upside, too," Calhoun said. "In a lot of ways, his best days, even physically, are in front of him." - Colorado Springs Gazette

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  Air Force will be without preseason All-American offensive guard Nolan Laufenberg on Saturday as the result of COVID-19 contact tracing, The Gazette has learned. Laufenberg has not tested positive for the coronavirus, but his exposure through an academy class to a cadet who tested positive led to the protocols that will keep him from traveling to San Jose State. "To ensure the protection of cadet athletes' medical privacy, the academy will not comment on test results," an Air Force spokesman said. The 6-foot-3, 315-pound Laufenberg, a Castle Rock native, was named a preseason second-team Walter Camp All-American this past summer and is on the Outland Trophy Watch List. On Tuesday the Mountain West released a video of the top five offensive linemen in the conference, and Laufenberg occupied the top spot. - Colorado Springs Gazette

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  The NCAA's decision to grant an extra year of eligibility for fall athletes will not impact Air Force cadet-athletes. Friday's ruling was intended to provide aid amid uncertainty caused by the coronavirus, with some teams choosing to play seasons and others postponing fall sports until the spring. This allows athletes an extra season of eligibility regardless of how many competitions their school is able to play during the 2020-21 school year.

At Air Force, however, cadets will still graduate in eight semesters and move on to active duty service, regardless of their NCAA eligibility status. The only athletes who would be impacted would be those granted specific medical turnbacks or other "stops" to their time for issues, such as family hardships, that would extend their time at the academy beyond the typical four-year framework. The NCAA's Division I Board of Directors also announced it would explore hosting scaled back fall championships in the spring, provided it could do so safely. That could impact Falcons sports such as volleyball, cross country and soccer. However, football's championships are handled by the College Football Playoff and not directly by the NCAA. - Colorado Springs Gazette


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  2020 PRESEASON WALTER CAMP SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: OL Nolan Laufenberg, Air Force,...Laufenberg is the first Falcon to earn Walter Camp All-American honors since Carlton McDonald in 1992. He is the first Air Force offensive lineman to earn All-American honors since Brett Huyser earned fourth-team honors by The Sporting News in 2002. He's the first All-American at any position for the Falcons since safety Weston Steelhammer was named to multiple teams in 2016 and first on offense since all-purpose athlete Chad Hall in 2007.

Laufenberg earned first-team all-Mountain West and all-Colorado honors in 2019 after leading the team in knockdown blocks. He anchored an offensive line that led the conference and ranked second nationally in rushing with a 298.5 per-game average. The offensive line allowed just four sacks last season, the fewest in the nation. Air Force led the conference and ranked second nationally in third-down percentage with a 53.5 mark. The Falcons led the Mountain West and ranked second nationally in time of possession at 34:28 per game. - Air Force Football


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  2020 OUTLAND TROPHY PRESEASON WATCH LIST: G Nolan Laufenberg, Air Force,...Nolan Laufenberg and Parker Ferguson anchored an Air Force offensive line that led the conference and ranked second nationally in rushing in 2019 with a 298.5 per-game average. The offensive line allowed just four sacks last season, the fewest in the nation. Air Force led the conference and ranked second nationally in third-down percentage with a 53.5 mark and in time of possession at 34:28 per game. - Air Force Football

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  Air Force placed three players on the preseason all-Mountain West team that was released Wednesday, its most since 2011. Offensive linemen Parker Ferguson and Nolan Laufenberg and linebacker Demonte Meeks were included on the team that had 12 players on offense, 12 on defense and four on special teams. The three selections for Air Force matches their preseason first-team picks from the past four seasons combined (Weston Steelhammer in 2016, Jordan Jackson and Jeremy Fejedelem in 2019). - Colorado Springs Gazette

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  One of Nolan Laufenberg's aspirations for 2020 came to fruition on Thursday, more than two months before the start of the season. The Air Force left guard was named a preseason second-team All-American by the Walter Camp Football Foundation, becoming the first Falcon to earn Walter Camp All-American honors since Carlton McDonald in 1992. A first-team Mountain West selection as a junior, the Castle Rock native told The Gazette in February that national recognition was the next logical step for him. "All-American is the goal," he said. "But my mind doesn't need to be on stuff like that. I'm just trying to get better and working. I think they'll come if I stay focused." - Colorado Springs Gazette

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  2019 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FIRST TEAM (COACHES): OL - Nolan Laufenberg, Jr., Air Force,...The lineman trio of Scott Hattok, Nolan Laufenberg and Connor Vikupitz helped Air Force to the conference rushing title and No. 3 national ranking with a 292.5 per-game average. The offensive line ranks first nationally in fewest sacks allowed with four and earned Joe Moore Award midseason honors as one of the top units in the nation. The Falcons lead the nation in passing efficiency (203.7), rank second in third down percentage (54.8) and seventh in time of possession (34:43). - Air Force Football

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