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MONTINI HEAD COACH
CHRIS ADRIANO SAYS:
On the field, he is a big hitter, loves contact and has an inner competitiveness that is pretty special.
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Photo #24 Fugger Tackle
Tight End, 6'4", 225
Montini Catholic High School
Oak Brook, Illinois
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HIGH SCHOOL Two-way starter at tight end and defensive end as senior... Helped Broncos to 5-5 record and their 14th consecutive 5A playoff berth... Named All-Suburban Catholic Conference as tight end... Despite missing final three games, finished year with 14 catches for 267 yards and two touchdowns... As DE, contributed 61 tackles and four quarterback sacks... Avid weightlifter who holds school 225-pound bench press record with 17 repetitions... An all-around athlete, Fugger earned varsity letters in basketball and track & field at Montini in 2006... Captured conference 100-meter title and placed third in prestigious city 100 meters... Personal best in 100 is 10.8... Transferred to Montini from Bishop Kenny, a private school in Jacksonville, Fla.
PERSONAL Timothy Scott Fugger... Son of Karen Fugger and the late Peter Fugger... Born July 1, 1989 in San Diego... Transferred from Bishop Kenny after sophomore year when family moved to west Chicago suburbs... Has two other brothers: Brian, 23, and Mark, 22... One of closest friends is another Commodore football commitment with ties to Jacksonville, running back Ryan van Rensburg... Enjoys playing the guitar.
MONTINI HEAD COACH CHRIS ADRIANO
"Timmy came to us at the beginning of his junior year and we were blessed to have him. He's just a very unassuming, first-class young man. On the field, he is a big hitter, loves contact and has an inner competitiveness that is pretty special."
"He was probably our best overall player last year. We played Timmy at defensive end and wide receiver. He was a great speed rusher coming off the edge. As a receiver, he showed really good hands and excellent speed. I'm also the track coach, and I can tell you the kid has some wheels."