Paul Jorgensen

Paul was named to the Associated Press Class B First Team as a lineman in 2009. He was also named to the Detroit Free Press Dream Team, Detroit News Dream Team, Lansing State Journal Defensive Player of the Year and named to the MHFCA All-Star team. Paul was a three year varsity starter on both sides of the ball. His dedication in the weight room added strength to his 6'7", 270lb frame and was a physically intimidating player. Defensively, "Jorgy" was a nightmare for the opposition, who could not run past him, through him or pass over him.  Even with his size, Paul was very quick and agile, opening massive holes for running backs to follow or protecting the quarterback, which helped lead his team to a school record of 82 touchdowns for the year. Offensive line coach Bob Acre said Paul's greatest asset was his near perfect blocking techniques. Paul will continue his football career as a Wildcat at Northwestern University.