Greg Wojt


302 lbs


6' 4"




Central Michigan


Nov 22nd, 1986

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After a solid start to his career with Hamilton, Wojt was forced to sit out for the 2014 season due to injury.


Started 17 regular season games in his first season with the Tiger-Cats…named Ticats Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman…earned a spot on the East Division All-Star team as a guard...was listed on the injured list in week 18. Playoffs: Started all three of the Tiger-Cats playoff games, including the 101st Grey Cup vs. Saskatchewan.


Started all 13 games he suited up for in his fourth season with the Eskimos…was on the injured list for four weeks. Playoffs: Started at right guard in the Eskimos East Semi-Final loss to Toronto.


Re-signed on December 16, 2011 Played 14 games (14 starts). He was named a Western Division All-Star and was the Eskimo nominee for Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman.


Wojt got his first CFL start in the 1st game of the season playing offensive guard. He started in 10 of his 17 games played this season. For game 5 he was listed on the 1 game injured list.


Wojt dressed as a backup offensive lineman for the first two games of the season. He was on the 1-game injured list for the next two games and the reserve list for the next three. He was placed on the 9-game injured list on week 9.


Wojt was a three-year starter at right tackle for the Chippewas and played a key role in CMU’s 2007 Mid-American Conference title. He was drafted by the Eskimos in 2008, but returned to CMU for his final year of eligibility. He was a team captain his senior year. Wojt was born in Warsaw, Poland and moved to Mississauga, Ontario when he was six-years-old. He attended Father Michael Goetz Secondary School (Mississauga,ON) where he played both ways in football and was team MVP his senior year


He earned four letters in football and basketball and two in track. He set school records in discus and shot put. His mother played for Poland’s Women’s National Basketball Team.