Jack Lentz

Jack Lentz played quarterback at Holy Cross and was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the 16th round of the 1967 AFL college draft.  Lentz played two season (1967-68) with the Broncos as a defensiv eback, recording 5 interceptions in that time.  Lentz played 9 games for the Alouettes in 1969 as a defensive back, recording t wo interceptions and one fumble recovery. Following his football career, Lentz had an extremly successful career in business. Lentz specialized in energy deals and was worldwide head of energy for Lehman Brothers.  Lentz also stayed closely involved with is alma matter of Holy Cross.  Among other things, Lentz served as o nthe Holy Cross board of trustees with a stint as President.

Jack Lentz on fanbase.com

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Lentz Voted Defender Of Week - December 7, 1967

Lentz New Defensive Back With Alouettes - August 20, 1969

Jack Lentz Steps Down As President of Holy Cross

Lentz Joins Lazaro as Chairman International Oil and Gas


GP, Interceptions and Fumble Returns
Year Team GP Int Yds Avg TDInt Long FR Yds Avg TD Long FF
1969 MON 9 2 19 9.5 0 10 1 0 0 0 0


Jack Lentz

Jack Lentz