Jim DeLisle
No. 79     
Defensive tackle
Personal information
Date of birth: (1949-01-20) January 20, 1949 (age 71)
Place of birth: Wausau, Wisconsin
High School: Newman Catholic (Wausau, Wisconsin)
Career information
College: Wisconsin
Undrafted in 1971
Debuted in 1971 for the Green Bay Packers
Last played in 1971 for the Green Bay Packers
Career history
*Green Bay Packers (1971)
Career highlights and awards

James Roger "Jim" DeLisle (born January 20, 1949) is a retired American football defensive tackle and current Runstad Professor of real estate and Director of Graduate Real Estate Studies at the University of Washington. He played college football at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

Football careerEdit

DeLisle graduated from Newman Catholic High School in Wausau, Wisconsin in 1967.[1] He played college football for four seasons with the University of Wisconsin Badgers. In 1968, DeLisle set a school record with 4 recovered fumbles and led the team in tackles with 83 and again led the team in 1970 with 111 tackles.[2] After a November 1968 game against Indiana, DeLisle won a team black helmet award for outstanding defensive play despite Wisconsin's 21-20 loss.[3] DeLisle was a second-team All-Big Ten Conference selection in 1970.[4] Not selected in the 1971 NFL Draft, DeLisle played 9 games with the Green Bay Packers in 1971.[5]

Academic careerEdit

After earning a BBA in real estate in 1971 and MS in marketing research at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, DeLisle earned his Ph.D in real estate and urban land economics from the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1981.[6] During the 1980s, DeLisle worked in various businesses and joined Prudential Real Estate Investors in 1987 and Equitable Real Estate in 1989. At both businesses, DeLisle helped establish investment research departments.[6] In 2001, DeLisle became a professor at the University of Washington. At Washington, DeLisle established the master's program in real estate and became director of graduate real estate studies in 2008.[6]

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