Jason Dulick (Illini Football)
97 NFL Draft Prospect
6'4, 210 lb, 4.48 forty, 4.0 shuttle

1991-1992 SLUH (St. Louis University High School) Starting Free Safety, Wide Receiver, KO & Punt Returner (1st All-time St. Louis Area interceptions and 2nd in receptions)

1993-1996 University of Illinois Football Starting Wide Receiver (2nd All-Time Receptions);
                     East-West Shrine Game 1997

1997-1998 Played in camps of Houston Oilers, Tennessee Titans, Philadelphia Eagles, Arizona Cardinals, St. Louis Rams (Practice Team)

1999-2000 Starting Linebacker & Wide Receiver for Tampa Bay Storm Arena Football Team
Tampa Bay Storm Link Jason Dulick

2000            Retired from football after neck injury

2001-2008 Special Education Teacher: St. Louis Public Schools

2002-2008 Gateway Tech High School Football Assistant Coach, Track Coach, Girls Soccer Coach, Girls Basketball Coach

2006 Represented state of MO coaches at NFL Youth Summit

Leaping Touchdown
Leaping Touchdown

6'4 Wide Receiver with Excellent Speed and Agility
4.0 shuttleNFL official time at pre-combine workout in Indianapolis
4.48 and 4.49 forty Workout for NFL scouts at Illinois 4/11
4.50 and 4.49 Workout for NFL scouts at Illinois 4/21

All-Time University of Illinois Football Records
  • 2nd in receptions
  • 2nd in touchdowns
  • 4th in receiving yards
  • 5th on strength list (receivers)
  • 2nd fastest shuttle time for an Illinois freshman

    All-time Illini marks were set despite:

    High Praise (from Vermeil, Buchsbaum, his coaches, etc.)

    "Most physical and toughest player I have ever coached."
    Receivers coach (15 yrs experience), Greg McMahon. Illini game program 11/23/96

    "He's as good an all-around receiver as there is."
    Coach Lou Tepper, St. Louis Post Dispatch, 10/30/96

    "Flashed a sub 4.5 time in last week's 40 yd dash (best among the receivers)...."
    Commercial News, 8/1994

    "If I needed one guy to be in fox hole with me, I'd pick Jason Dulick"
    O'Neill Gilbert, U of I and Houston Oilers linebackers coach 12/17/96

    "I like Jason Dulick. He's a tough guy....He's the kind of receiver you can do everything with. He'll block downfield, he'll cover KO's, he'll cover punts and he'll make the tough catch. I like this guy."
    Rams Head Coach, Dick Vermeil during ABC broadcast, IL. vs. USC, 9/7/96

    "Dulick has made a habit of making acrobatic end-zone grabs."
    Daily Illini, Jay Hansen, 9/94

    "With 52 catches, only Michigan's Amani Toomer had more." (Big Ten, 1994)
    Belleville News Democrat,David Wilhelm,8/29/95

    "Dulick made one of the best TD catches in recent Illini history leaping up over the cornerback and still managing to get a foot down inbounds."
    Commercial News, 9/16/94

    "Big target. Soft hands. Catches in traffic. Adjusts to the poorly thrown ball. Will block. Good special teams player."
    Joel Buchsbaum in Pro Football 1997 Draft Preview.

    "He will do well in the NFL due to his size and speed...(due to his) long strides, people don't realize how fast he is."
    Receivers coach, Greg McMahon. Fighting Illini Mag. 12/17/96

    He would come flying from his free safety spot to make game-saving tackles,he's a tremendous athlete.
    Gary Kornfeld, St. Louis U. High Head Football Coach, Post-Dispatch, 12/4/91

    "Best all-around receiver in the Big Ten"
    Offensive Coordinator, Paul Schuedel, Illini Magazine

    "You don't find many receivers with that type of size and speed"
    Lou Tepper in Loren Tate's column, News Gazette, 5/15/94

    "That's why we throw it to him." (After double overtime TD catch to win game.)
    Receivers' coach Greg McMahon, Champaign News-Gazette, 10/7/96

    "Best blocking receiver in Big Ten and one of our toughest players"
    Lou Tepper, (Lou Tepper show, 96)

    "Faster than people give him credit for, having run one of the teams' fastest 40 times as a true freshman."
    Illini football media guide, 1994

    "...very good hands and leaping skills..."
    Draft Insiders Digest, Frank Coyle

    "He is deceptively fast...."
    Champaign New-Gazette report, 7/29/94

    As a free safety at St. Louis U. High: "As much talent as Henry Jones"
    High school free safety coach who also coached Henry Jones

    "Not one high school was able to single cover him because of his great size and speed."
    Jim Wildrick, Belleville News Democrat, 1/29/92

    On the "Mad Dog" kickoff team: "Scot Turner gets down there first, after that it's....Jason Dulick, we call him the Wild Thing. We're a bunch of guys with a 'I don't care attitude.'
    Melvin Roberts describing Dulick's play on the Illini KO team in Loren Tate's column, News Gazette, 10/21/93

    "He worked out with me every day all winter....a lot of times, he's breathing hard, and I say, 'Jay, you need a rest?' And he says, 'No, No, Let's Go.'"
    Johnny Johnson, U of I and Detroit Lions QB in Post Dispatch, 8/24/94.

    "Schnur to Dulick, the best QB-receiver combination this area has ever seen."(Steve Schnur then QB'd Northwestern to the Rose Bowl).
    St. Louis Post Dispatch, 11/24/91

    "..catch after catch, in double coverage, and with leaps and stretches, taking hit after vicious hit, Dulick might be the best pure football player on the field (in the Mo. state championship)."
    Mike Eisenbath, St. Louis Post Dispatch, 11/91

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    Illini Football Highlights
    Started 42 straight games
    Leading Illinois receiver soph thru sr yr
    Countless over-the-middle catches
    3rd leading wide receiver in Big Ten (catches) soph yr
    4th leading wide receiver in Big Ten sr yr despite 2-9 record
    Broke into starting lineup 4th game of freshman yr and never left
    Receptions in 43 out of 45 games
    Started on special teams 44 of 45games
    Academic All-Big Ten
    Captain's Award
    Honored by being selected for program cover for last game.
    Bruce Kappel Award
    Illinois Passing Offense under Landry was #2 in Big Ten, #18 nationally in '94
    Four of the Illini's six TD catches in '96 (They didn't throw a whole lot!)

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    Special Teams Standout
    One of top special teams players for 4 yrs

    Free Safety, WR, Punt Returner, KO returner
    St. Louis U. High School
    1,223 yds
    86 receptions
    15 TD's as a sr. in a 50/50 offense
    High school player of the year (West county journals, 1991) QB was Steve Schnur (led Northwestern to Rose Bowl) 2nd leading receiver in St. Louis/East St. Louis history 10 interceptions, 1991
    (Record for large school DB's)
    Free safety 1991
    54 tackles 10 interceptions
    All-Every-Newspaper: 1st team on both Offense & Defense On the field 98% of the game every game Same highschool as Henry Jones 1st Team All-State, USA-Today Hon. Mention
    Highschool record for Interceptions (10) and Receptions (119 ) Basketball defensive player of the year Gary Kornfeld, Head Coach took team to state championship 90 and 91: 119 receptions, 1,878 yards, 16 yds/ct, 25 TD's

    Represented by IMG, Ken Kremer
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