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#57 Jake Duren
Position: Outside Linebacker
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 230
Year: Sophomore
City/State: Littleton, Colo.
High School: Mullen/Northern Colorado
Experience: Transfer

 

AT COLORADO: This Season (Soph.)—Enters the fall listed third at the “mike” inside linebacker position.  He had four tackles in main spring scrimmage action.

2006 (Soph.-RS)—He transferred to Colorado from Northern Colorado and sat out the season per the NCAA transfer rule.  He joined the team in time for August drills.

 

AT NORTHERN COLORADO (2005; Fr.)—Starting all 11 games at linebacker for UNC, he was the All-Great West Conference Freshman of the Year as selected by the media.  He finished second on the team and third in the conference in tackles with 103 (42 solo), trailing only senior safety Reed Doughty, who was the Colorado Player of the Year and was drafted into the NFL.  He had double-digit tackle numbers in five games, including a high of 16 (10 solo) against North Dakota State... He also recorded three-and-a-half tackles for a loss including a quarterback sack and a forced fumble on the season.  He was named an honorable mention selection to the All-Great West team and the All-Colorado team.

 

HIGH SCHOOL—A four-year letterman in football, he was named first team All-Colorado, All-State and All-County as a senior, when he was also named the Class 5A Defensive Player of the Year by the Rocky Mountain News and received the team’s Iron Man Award.  Starting at inside linebacker, he recorded a school-record 211 tackles, a number that led the state, tallied five quarterback sacks and recovered three fumbles.  He also played a limited role on offense at the fullback spot. As a junior, he was named first team All-Conference and also won the team’s Iron Man Award.  He had 160 tackles, seven quarterback sacks and three fumble recoveries.  As a freshman at Chatfield High School, he was the Conference Freshman of the Year, as he started all 11 games and finished second on the team with 103 tackles.  Top career games included a 22-tackle performance against Fort Collins in a first-round playoff win and an 18-tackle effort against Fairview, both as a senior.  Under coach and former Buff Dave Logan, Mullen went 13-1 and won the Class 5A State Championship that year; MHS was 12-1 in his junior year and 7-3 in his sophomore campaign.   As a freshman at Chatfield, his team went 14-0 and won the Class 5a State Championship.  

 

ACADEMICS—He is majoring in Sociology at Colorado.

 

PERSONAL—Born December 11, 1986 in Lakewood, Colo.  His hobbies include snowboarding and camping in his spare time.  His great-grandfather’s bicep was purported to have been the ‘Arm n’ Hammer’ arm on the famous baking soda packaging.  His father (Gary) played football at Adams State.  A high school teammate at Mullen with fellow Buffalo sophomore defensive back Benjamin Burney.

 


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2007

9

82

8 5--13

1-4

0- 0

2

0

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1

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