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Princeton Football BIO
75 Mark Paski

At Princeton — 2008: started all 10 games as a junior at right tackle and helped junior running back Jordan Culbreath lead the Ivy League and rank ninth nationally in rushing yardage. 2007: started every game of the season at right tackle. 2006: became the first freshman in Princeton history to start every game of his freshman season on the offensive line ... played every game at right tackle and protected the blind side of Bushnell Cup winner Jeff Terrell ... also competed for the Princeton track & field team as a javelin thrower.


At Delbarton School earned all-state honors as an offensive lineman and defensive end ... named Morris County Defensive Player of the Year as a senior ... earned first-team all-county, all-area and all-conference honors ... earned New Jersey Super 100 recognition and was selected for the New York/New Jersey Governor’s Bowl ... lettered three years in wrestling and four years in track and field ... won state and county championship in javelin ... throw of 202’2” was the longest in New Jersey during his senior year ... competed at New Jersey Meet of Champions and Nike Nationals ... won UPenn Book Award and earned Morris County Scholar Athlete recognition.

 Personal born Sept. 8, 1988 ... son of Robert Paski and Kathleen Kurek ... both are engineers ... enjoys golf and fishing ... a politics major.


Position: Offensive Lineman
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 275
Year: Senior
City/State: Chester, N.J.
High School: Delbarton School