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Monday, June 12, 2006

Former Canadian Football League player joins Wake Forest staff

Former Demon Deacon offensive tackle Mark Moroz has joined the Wake Forest football staff as the program's recruiting assistant. Moroz's responsibilities include assisting with all correspondence with prospective Deacons.
Moroz was a four-year letterwinner for Wake Forest from 2000-03. He started 24 games as a Deacon and paved the way for Wake Forest to lead the ACC in rushing during the final three seasons of his career.
As a junior, Moroz helped lead the Deacs to the Seattle Bowl and earned All-ACC honorable mention. He was an All-ACC second team selection in 2003. Following his senior year, Moroz was selected to play in the Blue-Gray Game and the Hula Bowl.
He signed a free agent contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2004 before a two-year career in the Canadian Football League with the Toronto Argonauts and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. In 2004, Moroz was the fourth overall pick in the CFL Draft by the Argos.
The native of Welland, Ontario, graduated from Wake Forest with a degree in communications.


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