61 Charlie Wulff
61 Charlie Wulff
Height: 6-0
Weight: 270
Year: RS Senior
Hometown: Woodland, Calif.
High School: Woodland HS '04
Position: OL
Experience: 3L*

Career:He has the third-most starts among returning offensive players with 20 (fifth-most on the team).

2008: Listed as a starter at center on EWU's preseason depth chart. Did not participate in spring practices because of a collarbone injury that required off-season surgery.

2007: Started 10 games at center, including EWU's last nine games of the season. He helped Eastern rank sixth in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision (first in the Big Sky) with an average of 462.3 yards per game, including 626 in a 44-15 victory over McNeese State (11/24/07) in the FCS Playoffs.

2006: Started Eastern's last 10 games of the season at center. He made the first start of his career against nationally-ranked West Virginia (9/9/06).

2005: Lettered as a backup offensive lineman. For the second-straight year, the offensive line helped Eastern rank fourth in FCS in total offense with an average of 477.8 yards. The Eagles were second in passing (341.8) and 14th in scoring (35.0). Eastern set 20 offensive school records, including the school's season passing yards (4,102) record originally broken in 2004.

2004: Redshirted. Was selected as the team's offensive scout team player of the week once.

HS: Graduated from Woodland HS in 2004. The nephew of former Eastern head coach Paul Wulff, Charlie Wulff was selected by the Sacramento Bee as a first team selection on its All-Metro football team. He also earned first team All-Metro League honors as a senior and second team as a junior. He received the school's award as the team's most outstanding offensive lineman and was also one of three co-captains. He started a school-record 35-straight varsity games, including five playoff games. He finished with a school record 98 "pancakes," finishing with 56 as a senior (second in school history), 22 as a junior and 20 as a sophomore. The next player closest to him on the career list had 81. He had 11 pancake blocks alone in the team's playoff game versus Laguna Creek. He played center as a sophomore before being switched to guard for his final two varsity seasons. He even rushed twice for four yards and a touchdown in his senior year. Woodland finished 9-3 in his senior season and reached the second round of the playoffs for the second-straight season. He also received the Woodland "Hero's Award" for academic accomplishments and was on the Yolo County junior shooting team with a rank of sharp shooter first class.

Personal: Born 12/6/85 in Woodland, Calif. His father Carl is Paul Wulff's brother. Interdisciplinary studies major.

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