John St.Clair was drafted in the 3rd Round of the 2000 NFL Draft, and started 79 of 132 games in 11 seasons with the Cleveland Browns, Chicago Bears, Miami Dolphins, and St. Louis Rams.  He played Offensive Right and Left Tackle, Right and Left Guard, Center, Tight End and on Special Teams throughout his career and participated in the 2007 Super Bowl XLI in Miami & 2002 Super Bowl XXXVI in New Orleans.  Scoring the Bears 1st touchdown of 2007 with a 2-yard reception, John helped lead his team to victory over the Chiefs.  John also caught an 18-yard pass from Marc Bulger for the Rams, which led to victory over the Browns in a 2003 Monday Night Football Game.  St.Clair was also named Offensive Captain for several games at the Dolphins & Browns Teams.

Awards & Honors

-Ranked #1 Center in the Country for the 2000 NFL Draf

-Jersey #50 retired at the University of Virginia

-William Fleming High School Hall of Fame Inductee with Jersey #82 retired

-Only All-American Center in the history of the University of Virginia

-1999 Jacobs Blocking Trophy Recipient for the Best Offensive Lineman in the ACC Conference

-4-year College Letterman, 1st Team All-America 1999, 1st Team All-ACC 1999, & 2nd Team in 1998

-All-America High School Selection by Super Prep 1995. Earned 4 Letters at Tight End & Defensive Tackle

-All-Regional High School Team Player by Blue Chip Illustrated & rated as 1 of the Top-25 Football Players in Virginia

-State Finalist in Discus all 4 years in high school

-Lettered twice in Basketball in high school


-William Fleming High School Honor Graduate in 1995

-Earned Bachelor of Arts Degree in Anthropology from The University of Virginia in May 1999

-Earned the NFL High Growth Entrepreneurship Executive Programs Certificate from the Kellogg School of Business at Northwestern University in 2008


-Founder of the John Saint Clair Foundation

-Mentor to NFL and Semi-Pro Players

-Sponsor of numerous youth football leagues

-100 Black Men of South Florida Youth Mentor