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Name: Jordan Love 
College: Utah State     Number: 10
Height: 6-4   Weight: 224
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2020

40 Low: 4.70
   40 Time: 4.74
  40 High: 4.80
Projected Round: 1  Stock:   High: Early 1st  Low: Late 1st



Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 6036
Weight: 224

Zybek PD3X AKA "Official"
40 Yard Dash (ET):
 4.74
40 Yard Dash (HH): 4.68
20 Yard (ET): 2.75
20 Yard (HH): 2.65
10 Yard (ET): 1.65
10 Yard (HH): 1.67
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 
Vertical Jump: 35 1/2
Broad Jump: 09'10"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.52
3-Cone Drill: 7.21
**Projected 5.02/-.28

Dates: 03/25/20
Hand: 10 1/2  Arm: 32 5/8
Wingspan: 80

Height: 6036
Weight: 224
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 Data Scout Notes: 2019: 12/10/19-Announced Early Entry into 2020 NFL Draft/HMC...P1stDS/PWCamp/POPOYM/PMaxwell/POBrien...2nd team All-Mountain West w/267-417-3567-32-6-64.0 pass, 43-63-1.5-7 rush in 13 gms in '18. 129-235-1631-8-6-54.9 pass, 46-165-3.6-2 rush in 6 sts, 12 gms in '17. Redshirted in '16.

 Jordan Love, Utah State, Player News

  06/06/20 - QB Jordan LoverJr/2020, Utah State, 6-4, 224 (DS#4 QB) + More +

  The most prominent story of the recent NFL Draft circled not around the No. 1 pick, Joe Burrow, or the No. 2, Chase Young. It wasn't the Dolphins taking Tua Tagovailoa. It was Green Bay going out of its way to select Utah State's own Jordan Love. That two-fisted maneuver - the move up and the pick itself - created more buzz than any other personnel deal through the entire offseason, other than some quarterback moving from New England to Tampa Bay. And it will go on stirring discussion for the foreseeable future because of the man Love's drafting affects the most: Aaron Rodgers. Talk about tugging on Superman's cape - that's precisely what the Packers did to their All-Pro quarterback.

At first, Rodgers was miffed and bothered by the decision, wanting help in the form of a receiver or some other weapon the Pack offense could use sooner rather than later, considering Green Bay lost in the conference championship game last time around. "I'm not going to say that I was thrilled by the pick," Rodgers said. Since then, he seems to be playing nice, trying to be a good team leader, trying to act as though mentoring his replacement is no big thing. "He's not to blame at all," Rodgers said of Love. "I'm excited to work with him. He seems like a good kid." - Salt Lake Tribune


(DS#4 QB) rJr/2020 QB Jordan LoveUtah State
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  04/24/20 - QB Jordan LoverJr/2020, Utah State, 6-4, 224 (DS#4 QB) + More +

  The only other time a Utah State quarterback was selected in the first round of the NFL draft, he lasted 16 seasons in the league, started 66 games and threw for 12,896 yards and 84 touchdowns. Jordan Love is hopeful to embark on his own lengthy run in the NFL and he took his first step Thursday night by being scooped up by Green Bay Packers in the opening round of the 2020 NFL draft. Love, who was taken 26th overall, joins Bill Munson - the No. 7 overall pick in 1964 - as the only USU signal callers to hear their names called in the first round of this annual event. "It was one of those things where he was the best player left and, again, we're excited to get him," said Brian Gutekunst, Green Bay's general manager, in a conference call. "We think he has a really good future in this league and he's coming from a place where he's done some really good things, but he has a lot to learn too. And I think we're a very good fit for his development."

The Packers originally had the 30th pick, but traded up to select Love. Green Bay's starting quarterback is future Hall of Famer Aaron Rodgers, who is a 15-year veteran, eight-time Pro-Bowler and two-time NFL MVP. Led by the 36-year-old Rodgers, the Packers went 13-3 last season and lost to San Francisco in the NFC championship game. "For me, I was just hoping to (get drafted)," Love said in a conference call. "That was my goal for the first part of this, just make it and figure out how to handle that wherever I go. But being in this situation, I would say that this is a really good situation to be in - not being thrown out there (immediately). I'm behind one of the great quarterbacks of the league, so just being able to sit behind him and learn, what's better than that? So I think this is going to be a really good situation for me." - Herald Journal Tribune


(DS#4 QB) rJr/2020 QB Jordan LoveUtah State
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  04/23/20 - QB Jordan LoverJr/2020, Utah State, 6-4, 224 (DS#4 QB) + More +

  For the third straight draft as general manager, Brian Gutekunst made a trade in the first round, and this time he drafted a quarterback. The Packers traded their fourth-round pick (No. 136 overall) to Miami to move up four spots, from No. 30 to No. 26, to select Utah State quarterback Jordan Love on Thursday night. Love (6-4, 224) is a potential QB of the future who is known for a strong arm and a lot of ability with his feet. He's a native of Bakersfield, Calif., who took over as Utah State's starting QB in 2017, when he started six games. He had one year of college eligibility remaining but decided to enter the draft. - Packers.com

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  04/11/20 - QB Jordan LoverJr/2020, Utah State, 6-4, 224 (DS#4 QB) + More +

  Love figures to be the only quarterback whose value may potentially match the Saints availability at No. 24, and he is something of a polarizing prospect. When it comes to physical traits, Love fits the bill. He is big (6-foot-3, 224 pounds); he can move (4.74-second 40-yard dash at the NFL combine); and he possesses tantalizing arm strength that is evident in his powerful, loose delivery. The reasons Love may be there when the Saints pick at No. 24: He played against mid-major competition at Utah State and did not flash against superior opponents, throwing two touchdowns against four interceptions in three games against ranked teams last season. In general, Love turned over the ball too often last season, throwing 17 interceptions and losing a pair of fumbles. New Orleans could offer an ideal situation for a player like Love, giving him an opportunity to learn and grow for a year (if not more) under Brees. Then again, the Saints already have a quarterback they have been developing behind Brees in Hill, so selecting a quarterback with their top pick does not feel like the play here. - Times-Picayune

(DS#4 QB) rJr/2020 QB Jordan LoveUtah State
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  02/16/20 - QB Jordan LoverJr/2020, Utah State, 6-4, 224 (DS#4 QB) + More +

  2020 NFL COMBINE INVITE: Jordan Love, QB, Utah State,...Love earned honorable mention all-Mountain West honors this past season as he was 293-of-473 (.619) passing for 3,402 yards with 20 touchdowns and 17 interceptions. For his career, Love set school records with 9,003 yards of total offense, 12 career 300-yard passing games and four completions of at least 80 yards. He finished his career 689-of-1,125 (.612) passing for 8,600 yards with 60 touchdowns and 29 interceptions, and ranks second all-time in school history in passing yards, completions and attempts, tied for second all-time in touchdown passes, and is third in completion percentage. He was 21-11 (.656) as USU's starting quarterback, which are the second-most wins in school history, and he is also second all-time in school history with three-career 400-yard passing games. - Utah State Football

(DS#4 QB) rJr/2020 QB Jordan LoveUtah State
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  01/24/20 - QB Jordan LoverJr/2020, Utah State, 6-4, 224 (DS#4 QB) + More +

  Jalen Hurts and Shea Patterson started for two Power 5 programs, Justin Herbert passed for 10,000-plus yards for another and Jordan Love became a highly rated prospect without playing for one. The Senior Bowl quarterbacks followed different paths to potential NFL careers, but they started this week on a more even playing field ahead of Saturday's game. All had to get familiar with new receivers and new, albeit vanilla, offenses. They had three practices and the game to separate themselves before the combine and private team visits.

None were more prolific passers in their careers than Herbert, who passed for 10,541 yards and 95 touchdowns in his career. Utah State's Love is also regarded as a potential first-round pick. He threw 20 touchdown passes last season but was intercepted 17 times, something he's going to have to clean up for the NFL. "Poor decisions by me trying to force the ball down the field too much and trying to do too much in certain situations," Love said. "Every interception for me, that's a learning moment. Obviously I had 17 learning moments last season." - AP College Football


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  01/23/20 - QB Jordan LoverJr/2020, Utah State, 6-4, 224 (DS#4 QB) + More +

  A judge on Thursday dismissed the marijuana possession charge filed against former Utah State quarterback Jordan Love. Four USU athletes, including Love, were cited for the misdemeanor last month after Logan police responded to a complaint at a housing complex near the campus. They all received a spot drug test, which revealed marijuana was in their system. All four athletes were released at the scene. - Salt Lake Tribune

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  12/17/19 - QB Jordan LoverJr/2020, Utah State, 6-4, 224 (DS#4 QB) + More +

  Three football players with the Utah State University are being charged with possession of marijuana, a misdemeanor. Police responded to call near midnight on Saturday. The police had received a tip that some USU students were suspected of smoking marijuana. The smell of marijuana greeted the police on their arrival. Jordan A. Love, Sean Lewis Carter, and Gordon Maurice Bright were cited for possessing marijuana. Possession of a controlled substance of this type is a class B misdemeanor. A track and field athlete with USU, Elani Rice, was also arrested on the same charge.

Assistant Logan City Police Chief Jeff Simmons says officers did not find any drugs or drug paraphernalia at the scene. The police had probable cause, however, because of the smell of marijuana inside and outside. Officers asked suspects for consent to do a drug test. The suspects said no to the drug test, Simmons says. The police called a judge for a warrant. The warrant was issued and the suspects were drug tested on scene. The suspects tested positive for marijuana. The suspects were cited and released. - Fox 13 News, Salt Lake City


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  12/14/19 - QB Jordan LoverJr/2020, Utah State, 6-4, 224 (DS#4 QB) + More +

  2019 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Jordan Love, Jr., QB,...Love, a 6-4, 225-pound junior quarterback from Bakersfield, Calif. (Liberty HS), started all 12 games this year and is third in the Mountain West and 26th in the nation in passing yards (257.1 ypg), third in the MW and 30th in the nation in total offense (270.3 ypg), fourth in the MW and 17th in the nation in completions (21.9 pg), fourth in the MW and 55th in the nation in passing touchdowns with 17 (1.42 pg), fifth in the MW and 81st in the nation in passing efficiency (125.9), fifth in the MW and 99th in the nation in points responsible for (8.5 pg), sixth in the MW and 76th in the nation in yards per pass attempt (7.11), and seventh in the MW and 62nd in the nation in completion percentage (.606). On the season, Love is 263-of-434 (.606) passing for 3,085 yards (257.1 ypg) with 17 touchdowns and 16 interceptions. In the single-season record books, he currently ranks third all-time in school history in completions, fifth in both passing attempts and total offense (3,244 yards), seventh in passing yards and eighth in completion percentage. - Utah State Football

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  12/10/19 - QB Jordan LoverJr/2020, Utah State, 6-4, 224 (DS#4 QB) + More +

  Utah State junior quarterback Jordan Love announced Tuesday that he will forgo his final season of eligibility and declare for the 2020 NFL Draft. Love, who will receive his bachelor's degree from Utah State this month in exercise science, will play in the Tropical Smoothie Cafe Frisco Bowl against Kent State on Friday, Dec. 20, in Frisco, Texas. "Ever since I was a kid, I have always dreamed of playing in the National Football League," said Love. "After spending the past four years at Utah State University, I am blessed and humbled to now have that opportunity to pursue my dream and I want to thank my family, friends, coaches and teammates for helping me get to where I am today. With that being said, I have decided to forgo my senior season and enter the 2020 NFL Draft. I will always be an Aggie."

Love, who redshirted at Utah State during the 2016 season, has started 31 of the 37 games he has played in over the last three years and is USU's second-winningest quarterback in school history with a 21-10 (.667) record. He earned second-team all-Mountain West honors as a sophomore and was named to the conference's honorable mention team as a junior. Love, a top NFL prospect, had a breakout season as a sophomore in 2018 as he set five single-season school records, including 32 touchdown passes, 3,567 passing yards, seven 300-yard passing games, 234 points responsible for and being named the Mountain West Offensive Player of the Week five times, while tying the single-season school record with a pair of 400-yard passing games. - Utah State Football


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