Scott Bolzan (Born 7/25/62 in Chicago, IL) is a former professional football player, pilot and successful businessman. Drafted by the NFL's New England Patriots he played several seasons at offensive guard for the Cleveland Browns and with the USFL, Memphis Showboats. He is currently the Founder and CEO of Legendary Jets in Tempe, AZ., and has been married to his college sweetheart for 25 years and has two children and resides in Gilbert, AZ.
Scott graduated from Thornwood High School in South Holland, IL in 1980. Choosing to remain in Illinois for college, he was a four year starter as a 6'4" 270 lb offensive tackle for Northern Illinois University. As a captain his senior year, he lead the NIU Huskies to the university's first and only regular season MAC Conference title and their first Division 1-A bowl game with a victory in the 1983 California Bowl. Scott, earned NIU's most valuable lineman award and was recognized First Team All Mid-America Conference Offensive Lineman and All American (Honorable Mention). He was inducted as a member of the NIU Hall of Fame in 1995.
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