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  Jon Dubravac
Jon Dubravac

Player Profile
Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Denver, CO

High School:
J.K.Mullen

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 215

Position:
WR

Birthdate:
12/31/1979

UCLA — This senior missed all of last season due to an injured back and is hoping to make a contribution this year …A very dependable receiver who ranked fourth on the team with 14 receptions two seasons ago … Jon has experience at all three positions … He is a disciplined route runner and a very good blocker … A hamstring injury limited his participation during Spring drills.

2001 — Sat out the season due to back problems and has one season of eligibility remaining.

2000 — On the year, Dubravac ranked fourth on the team and third among wide receivers with his 14 receptions … He made his first career start against Fresno State and made four receptions, matching his total for the entire 1999 season … He added a 32-yard reception against Michigan on the Bruins’ field goal drive and a key fourth-down catch on a fourth-quarter scoring drive at California … Against Oregon State, he made two receptions, including an 18-yard touchdown catch with 1:18 remaining in the game to pull the Bruins to within six points … He added another big third-down grab at Arizona to help set up a field goal but did not play against Stanford due to a concussion … Dubravac started three times and played at least 20 snaps in six of his 11 games, including 63 against Fresno State, 37 versus Alabama and 35 against Michigan.

1999 — Orginally scheduled to redshirt, Dubravac was activated prior to the fourth game of the year due to injuries in the receiving corps … Appeared on offense in seven of the final eight games, missing only versus Washington … Played 36 snaps against Arizona, 32 at Stanford and 25 at Arizona State and Oregon State … Made four receptions for 52 yards, including two at Stanford (30 yards) and two versus Arizona (22 yards) … His longest catch measured 25 yards versus the Cardinal.

1998 — Dubravac became the fifth true freshman wide receiver in school history to catch a TD pass with his grab of a halfback option pass from Jermaine Lewis at California … The others are Bryan Adams in 1990, Jim McElroy in 1994, Brad Melsby (two vs. Kansas in the Aloha Bowl) in 1995 and Brian Poli-Dixon (two versus Houston) in 1997 … On the year, he made three catches for 39 yards … He played in all 12 games (the only offensive true freshman to do that in 1998) and played at least 15 snaps on five occasions, including 35 versus Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl, 18 against Washington State and California, 16 at Washington and 15 each versus USC and Arizona.

HIGH SCHOOL — Earned four varsity letters at J.K. Mullen High School in Denver, CO for coach Mick McCall, catching 111 balls for almost 1,800 yards and 20 touchdowns … As a senior team captain, Dubravac made 42 receptions as an H-back for 795 yards and eight TDs and earned All-State honors …USA Today honorable mention All-America … SuperPrep All-America (No. 18 WR) … SuperPrep All-Midlands (No. 14 prospect) … Cornwell All-America … PrepStar Big 12 Region Super 30 … PrepStar All-America (No. 3 WR in Big 12 Region) … First-team All-Colorado selection (Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News) … State finalist for the Wendy’s High School Heisman … Tom Lemming All-America … Member of Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 … National Bluechips Magazine All-American … Street & Smith’s Magazine Senior to Watch … Member of four straight Centennial League championship teams … Twice selected All-Centennial League … PrepStar pre-season All-America … National Recruiting Advisor pre-season All-Region (No. 3 WR in Midlands) … SuperPrep pre-season All-America (No. 14 WR) … Four-year starter … As a junior H-back, he made 49 receptions for 737 yards and 8 TDs … As a sophomore, he grabbed nine balls for 125 yards and two touchdowns as a tight end … His freshman season, he snagged 11 balls for 133 yards and two touchdowns … Second-team All-State as a junior … Also lettered four seasons in basketball for coach Porter Cutrell and two years in track for coach John Hancock … Has best track times of 21.9 in the 200 and a 4 x 400 split of 49.9 … Holds Colorado state record in the 4 x 200 (1998) and won State titles in both the 4 x 100 and 4 x 200 in 1998 … Averaged six points and six rebounds for the hoops team which won three League championships … Three-year starter.

PERSONAL — Full Name: Jon Edward Dubravac … Born: Dec. 31, 1979 in Denver, CO … Parents: Scott and Beth Dubravac … Has one older brother, Brian … Lists being inducted into the National Football Hall of Fame and playing in the Rose Bowl as his biggest thrills to date … Patterns his style of play after Jerry Rice … Hobbies include painting, sketching, golf and basketball … Cousin Joe Dubravac attended UCLA … Earned spot on Director’s Honor Roll in Winter 2000 (3.10 GPA), Winter 2001 (3.40), Spring 2001 (3.23), Fall 2001 (3.20) and Winter 2002 (3.57) … Sociology major.

Varsity Statistics - J. Dubravac
Receiving

Year

No

Yds

Avg

TD

Lg

1998

3

39

13.0

1

30

1999

4

52

13.0

0

25

2000

14

169

12.1

1

32

2001

Med.

Redshirt

Totals

21

260

12.4

2

32

Career Highs:
Receptions: 4 vs. Fresno State, 2000
Yards: 36 vs. Alabama, 2000


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