QB Jon Budmayr is still looking for a firm diagnosis of nerve issue that has him sidelined
2011: Missed season due to injury
2010: Earned first letter ... played in three games ... saw playing time against Northwestern on Nov. 27, rushing one time for three yards ... completed 2-of-3 passes for career-high 79 yards, including career-long 74 yard touchdown pass, against Indiana on Nov. 13 ... saw first-career action, connecting on 6-of-7 passes for 55 yards, against Austin Peay on Sept. 25
2009: Redshirt season ... named UW's offensive scout team player of the week for the Purdue game ... named UW's co-offensive scout team player of the week for the Minnesota game
High School: Enrolled at the UW in Jan. 2009 and took part in spring practice ... ranked as the No. 1 quarterback in Illinois, the No. 10 player overall in the state and the 17th-best pro-style QB in the nation by Rivals ... ranked in ESPNU's top-150, MaxPreps top-100 and regional MVP by Rivals and Nike ... ranked as the No. 52 player in the Midwest (SuperPrep) ... missed entire senior campaign due to injury ... first-team all-area by the Northwest Herald and Prep Football Report as a junior ... first-team all-conference ... two-time Chicago Sun-Times Player of the Week selection ... 133-for-216 for 2,033 yards, 15 TDs playing in eight games ... team MVP, first-team all-area and all-conference as a sophomore ... 124-for-211 for 1,913 yards and 14 TDs in 14 games while leading team to state runner-up ... honorable-mention all-area ... 88-for-171 for 1,226 yards and nine TDs in nine games as a freshman ... career totals of 345-for-598 (57.7%), 5,172 yards and 38 TDs ... Honor Roll all four years ... academic all-conference ... head coach was Ed Brucker Personal: Parents are Rick and Jackie Budmayr ... brother, Brody, played football at Loras College ... enjoys reading and working with youth ... majoring in sociology ... last name pronounced "BUD-my-er"