2014: Redshirt sophomore ... Started 10 games before suffering a season-ending lower body injury at Notre Dame ... Totaled 29 tackles on the year with 2.0 TFLs ... Registered career-high eight tackles at Minnesota ... Posted three tackles for the third time in four games against Wisconsin ... Notched first TFL at Penn State ... Collected his first career fumble recovery against Western Illinois ... Tallied three tackles against NIU ... Made first career start against Cal ... Made two solo tackles against Golden Bears ... Named NU's Defensive Player of the Game vs. Cal and Defensive Big Playmaker vs. Minnesota.
2013: Played in six games as a redshirt freshman, earning an increased role in the defensive tackle rotation over the final five weeks ... Recorded eight tackles (five solo), including two each against Nebraska and Michigan ... Named NU's Defensive Practice Player of the Week following Iowa game.
2012: Redshirted his true freshman season.
High School:Rivals.comfour-star and ESPN.com three-star honoree ... Ranked 19th overall player in Ohio and 19th nationally among defensive tackles by Rivals.com ... SuperPrep All-Midwest honoree ... Ranked No. 52 nationally among defensive tackles by Scout.com ... Ranked No. 66 nationally among defensive tackles by 247Sports ... Third-team all-state selection ... Recorded 126 total tackles (42 TFL's) during his senior season for the Eagles, including 24 sacks, four forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries ... Made 98 total stops as a junior, 40 of which were for a loss, including 12 sacks ... A member St. Edward's 2010 Ohio state championship team that concluded the season with a 15-0 record ... Also lettered four years in wrestling at St. Edward and finished his career ranked second in the country at 285 lbs. ... Two-time state placer for wrestling (fourth and second place, respectively) and was the 2010 Freestyle Junior National Champion ... Coached by Rick Finotti.
Personal: Born Gregory Richard Kuhar ... Son of Laurie and Kevin Kuhar ... Brother, Ben, is a recent Northwestern graduate who competed for four years as a heavyweight on the NU wrestling team ...Major is undeclared.