Worthington Kilbourne High School will retire the No. 76 jersey of former football player Matt Skura during a ceremony at the school from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 16. Later that evening, he will be recognized during halftime of the boys basketball team’s home game against Thomas Worthington.

Skura, a 2011 Kilbourne graduate, was a three-year letterwinner for the Wolves and, as a senior, was named the 13th-best center in the nation by ESPN.com.

Skura went on to play for Duke University from 2011-15, earning four letters. As a redshirt senior in 2015, he was a team captain, earned All-America honors by USA Today, Phil Steele and Sports Illustrated and made first-team All-ACC. He played in 50 games for the Blue Devils, including the final 40 as a starter.

In 2016, Skura was signed to the Baltimore Ravens’ practice squad, and last September was elevated to the team’s 53-player roster. The 6-foot-3, 313-pound guard/center started 12 games for the Ravens in 2017.

Skura is married to fellow Kilbourne graduate Emma Ellis Skura, and the couple are expecting their first child.

Hope you'll consider coming out to Worthington Kilbourne Friday night to celebrate@WKHSWolves alumnus Matt Skura.@wcsdistrict#ItsWorthItpic.twitter.com/ofwaeGvulH

— Trent Bowers (@TBowers3)February 12, 2018