UND Roster

2020-21 Football Roster

#75 Josh Lugg

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Height 6-6 7/8
Weight 310
Class Senior
Hometown Wexford, PA
High School North Allegheny Senior

SENIOR SEASON (2020)

  • Saw action in the season-opening win vs. Duke (9/12). 
  • Saw action in the 52-0 win vs. South Florida (9/19). 
  • Participated in the win vs. Florida State (10/10). 
  • Saw action in the 12-7 win vs. Louisville (10/17). 
  • Did not participate at Pitt (10/24). 
  • Saw action in the 31-13 win at Georgia Tech (10/31).
  • Saw action in the 47-40 2OT win over then-No. 1 Clemson (11/7).
  • Saw action in the 45-31 win at Boston College (11/14).
  • Made his first start of the season for an offensive line that paved the way for 478 yards of total offense (199 rushing with three touchdowns, 279 passing with one touchdown),  and 35:04 time of possession in the 31-17 win at No. 19 North Carolina. Entering the game, Notre Dame was averaging 34:05 time of possession, a figure which led the ACC. Accumulating 35:04 Friday, the Irish have now won the time of possession battle in eight of nine games this season. They now average 34:12 per game, which continues to lead the ACC by more than two minutes per game, and ranks 10th among all FBS teams. The Irish posted four touchdown drives of at least 75 yards Friday, including a season-long 97-yard scoring drive. Notre Dame’s 199 rushing yards tied for second-most in the ACC this weekend, and posting 229.7 yards per game, Notre Dame has the second-ranked rushing offense in the ACC.
  • SYRACUSE: Started for an offensive line that paved the way for 568 yards of total offense (283 rushing with three touchdowns, 285 passing with three touchdowns) and 33:50 time of possession. Notre Dame’s 568 yards of total offense were the most in the ACC that week, and ranked fourth among all Power 5 teams on the weekend. It was the fourth time this season Notre Dame’s offense has surpassed 500 yards of total offense in a single game, and it marked the most by an Irish team since 2019 vs. Bowling Green (573). It was the most by the Irish against a Power 5 opponent since 2017 vs. Wake Forest (710). Entering the game, Notre Dame was averaging 34:12 time of possession, a figure which led the ACC. Accumulating 33:50, the Irish won the time of possession battle in the ninth game this season. Notre Dame was one of just two ACC teams with multiple 100-yard rushers on the weekend (Kyren Williams and Chris Tyree), and the only winning team in the ACC to reach the feat. Notre Dame was one of just four FBS teams to boast two players with 109 rushing yards or more on the weekend.
  • ACC CHAMPIONSHIP: Started for an offensive line that helped the Irish win the time of possession battle for the 10th time this season (out of 11 games), totaling 31:52. The Irish continue to lead the ACC and rank eighth in the FBS in time of possession, controlling the ball for 33:57 minutes of game time. Behind its powerful offensive line, Notre Dame won the time of possession battle in 10-of-11 games this season. The 33:57 time of possession average leads the ACC by more than two minutes per game.

JUNIOR SEASON (2019)

  • Saw action in all 13 games while starting the final five contests of the year
  • Capped the season with a pass-block grade of 83.0 per Pro Football Focus, with a grade of 80.0 or higher in each of the last three games of the season
  • Did not allow a sack on 263 pass blocks this season, while conceding just three QB hits
  • Finished the season among the top-25 FBS tackles in PFF’s Pass Block grade (at least 400 total snaps played)

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2018)

  • Played in all 13 games, primarily on the line in kicking game

FRESHMAN SEASON (2017)

  • One of 10 scholarship freshmen who did not see the field
  • Joined David Adams, Jafar Armstrong, Aaron Banks, Avery Davis, Darnell Ewell, Dillan Gibbons, Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, Kofi Wardlow and Drew White as rookies who helped the Irish on their scout teams

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA

  • Led North Allegheny Senior to a 9-3 record as a senior in 2016
  • Paved the way for a rushing attack that racked up 3,303 yards and 50 TDs
  • Recorded 18 tackles, four TFL and three sacks
  • Helped the North Allegheny offense average 34.9 points/game
  • Named 2016 American Family Insurance First Team ALL-USA Pennsylvania
  • Named 2016 First Team Pennsylvania Football Writers All-State
  • 2016 First Team Pennsylvania Football News Class 6A
  • Named to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Fabulous 22
  • Selected to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Terrific 25
  • 2016 4-6A Mr. PA Football Lineman of the Year
  • 2016 First Team Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League Class 6A Northern Seven
  • 2016 All-EPA/WPA All-State Super 25 Class 6A Team
  • No. 107-ranked overall player and No. 12 offensive tackle by Scout.com
  • No. 121-ranked overall player and No. 15 offensive tackle by 247Sports.com
  • No. 156-ranked overall player and No. 15 offensive tackle by ESPN.com
  • No. 236-ranked overall player and No. 22 offensive tackle by Rivals.com
  • Pennsylvania’s No. 5-ranked player by Scout.com, No. 5-ranked player by 247Sports, No. 5-ranked player by ESPN and No. 6-ranked player by Rivals
  • No. 126-ranked overall player and No. 21-ranked offensive lineman by Tom Lemming’s Prep Football Report
  • Four-star member of the PrepStar Top 300 Dream Team, ranked as the No. 129 player in the class of 2017 and the No. 20 offensive tackle
  • Played for coach Art Walker at North Allegheny Senior
  • Lead recruiter was offensive line coach Harry Hiestand
  • Played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio
  • Enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business