How He Came To Buffalo
Tomas Jack-Kurdyla was a Buffalo pull from Canada, already in the 290’s when playing for Vanier College in Montreal, he was a solid addition to the 2016 recruiting class.
It didn’t take long for Tomas to to make a big impact on the offensive line. He played in 10 games, starting the last eight of the season. During tha eight game span the UB offense improved from 293 yards per game to 394 yards per game .
Jack-Kurdyla started every game of the season, and was named an CoSIDA Academic All-District, and Academic All-MAC team member.
Last season Tomas played in every game, and started nine as a right guard. 2018 was a year that the Bulls set school recorded for rushing yards (2,648) and touchdowns (36).
That record, the one from 2018, stood for less than 12 games as the Bulls have already racked up more than 3,000 yards rushing this season. The offensive line helped Jaret Patterson set a school single season record and produced a second 1,000 yard running back in Kevin Marks.
Going forward Jack is on some NFL radars and if a team in the US does not jump at the prospect then it’s almost a certainty he will be drafted by the CFL.