Jake Current
Jake Current


Troy, Ohio

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 305



2011: Earned fourth letter ... played in eight games ... saw playing time against Penn State on Nov. 26 ... saw time at Minnesota on Nov. 12 and against Purdue on Nov. 5 ... played in first four games of season

Earned third letter ... played in 11 games ... played against TCU in the Rose Bowl on Jan. 1 ... saw playing time against Northwestern on Nov. 27 ... lined up at center against Indiana on Nov. 13 ... played on field goal unit at Purdue on Nov. 6 and at Iowa on Oct. 23 ... saw playing time in win over No. 1 Ohio State on Oct. 16 ... member of field goal unit against Minnesota on Oct. 9 ... played against Michigan State on Oct. 2 ... saw time at center against Austin Peay on Sept. 25 ... played against Arizona State on Sept. 18 ... made season debut against San Jose State on Sept. 11 after missing first game due to injury ... named UW's scout team offensive player of the week for San Jose State game on Sept. 11

2009: Earned second letter ... played in career-high 11 games ... saw action against Miami in Champs Sports Bowl on Dec. 29

2008: Earned first letter ... played in five games ... made his Badger debut as reserve left guard late in game against Akron on Aug. 30

High School: Ranked as 39th-best overall player and fourth-ranked offensive lineman in Ohio by Ohio High Magazine ... ranked 25th nationally by Scout.com as offensive guard and No. 29 player in Ohio ... No. 59 offensive lineman nationally and No. 43 player overall in Ohio by Rivals.com ... ranked in the top-100 in Midwest by SuperPrep ... first-team Ohio News all-Ohio, first-team all-Ohio Division I, first-team SW Ohio all-District, first-team Dayton Daily News all-area, first-team all-conference as a senior ... first-team all-conference, honorable mention SW Ohio all-district, DI honorable-mention all-area by Dayton Daily News as a sophomore and junior ... four-year letterwinner in football and three-time letterwinner in track ... four-year academic letterwinner ... National Honor Society member ... head coach was Steve Nolan

Parents are Max and Susan Current ... father, Max, played football at West Virginia Wesleyan College ... enjoys sports, reading and watching movies ... majoring in history

Career Statistics
Season GP/GS
2008 5/0
2009 11/0
2010 11/0
2011 8/0
Totals 35/0

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