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Stampeding The 2014 USF Football Roster - # 71 OT Mak Djulbegovic

The Bosnian War Hammer might be a future starter at right tackle.

Mak Djulbegovic congratulates Andre Davis after a TD against Memphis
Mak Djulbegovic congratulates Andre Davis after a TD against Memphis
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# 71 OT Mak Djulbegovic

Junior, 6'5" 293

Stats in 2013: Djulbegovic appeared in 10 games, including 2 starts. He was featured primarily in heavy (six or seven lineman) formations.

Spot on 2013 Depth Chart: Second string right tackle.

How did he come to USF: Mak played on both the offensive and defensive lines at Carrollwood Country Day School, a small private school in Tampa. He probably played both ways because the school played six-man football during Mak's freshman year.

Recruiting Rankings: He didn't receive any recruiting rankings. He started out as a preferred 260-ish lb. walk-on at USF.

Projected Playing Time: An increase is may in order. He'll likely be in on jumbo packages again, and since he started the season finale against Rutgers, he might push Quinterrius Eatmon for snaps at right tackle.

Fun Fact: What facts about Mak aren't fun? His nickname is "The Bosnian War Hammer." He caught the first pass in his high school's history. He ran 800 meters in high school. His dad is a professor of oncology with Moffit Cancer Center.