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Name: Jacob Cowing (+) Coming off Nov 2022 Knee INJ...Transfer from Texas-El Paso)
College: Arizona     Number: 2
Height: 5-10   Weight: 175
Position: WR  Pos2: KR
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2024

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 Data Scout Notes: 2022: HMC...(+) Coming off Nov 2022 Knee INJ...PMaxwell/PBiletnikoff...2021: Transfer from Texas-El Paso...1stC...PBiletnikoff…2020: 2ndC



 Jacob Cowing, Arizona, Player News

  12/16/22 - WR Jacob CowingrSr/2024, Arizona, 5-10, 175 (DS#5 WR) + More +

  2022 ALL-PAC-12 CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION: WR Jacob Cowing, Jr.,...Cowing was second on the team with 1,034 receiving yards, marking the seventh-most in a single season in Arizona history. He was second on the team and in the Pac-12 with seven receiving touchdowns. In just his first season, he led the Pac-12 in receptions (85), was fourth in receiving yards (1,034), and fifth in yards per game (86.2) in the conference. - Arizona Football

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  12/07/22 - WR Jacob CowingrSr/2024, Arizona, 5-10, 175 (DS#5 WR) + More +

  Arizona's star wide receiver, who leads the Pac-12 in receptions (85) this season, announced on his social media accounts Monday night that he's returning to the Wildcats in 2023. Cowing announced his decision with a video hours after receiver counterpart Dorian Singer, who leads the conference in receiving yards, revealed that he's entering the transfer portal. "Ever since I was young, I dreamed about playing the game I love professionally," Cowing said in the video. "After careful consideration and talking with my family and loved ones, I have decided that one year is not enough. Wildcat nation, we still have business to take care of."

After three seasons at UTEP, Cowing transferred to Arizona this past season and quickly emerged as one of the Wildcats' top play-makers on offense alongside Singer and star freshman Tetairoa "T-Mac" McMillan, catching 85 passes for 1,034 yards and seven touchdowns; his 85 receptions also ranks third in single-season program history behind Bobby Wade and Dennis Northcutt. Cowing has 226 catches for 3,629 yards and 20 touchdowns over his four-year college career. Cowing, who is likely to become Arizona's first All-Pac-12 selection since Juron Criner in 2010, was named a first-team all-conference selection by Pro Football Focus last week. - Arizona Star News


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  09/03/22 - WR Jacob CowingrSr/2024, Arizona, 5-10, 175 (DS#5 WR) + More +

  Jayden de Laura threw four touchdown passes, three to fellow transfer Jacob Cowing, and Arizona beat San Diego State 38-20 on a sizzling Saturday to spoil the debut of Snapdragon Stadium. The Aztecs (0-1) waited two years for their new stadium to be built next to where 70,000-seat SDCCU Stadium once stood, and then were embarrassed by the Wildcats (1-0) on a 100-degree day. SDSU announced a sellout of 34,046. Many seats were empty at kickoff and the east stands, totally exposed to the sun, were mostly empty by the fourth quarter.

Arizona avenged a 38-14 loss to SDSU in its home opener last year during a 1-11 season. De Laura, who transferred from Washington State, completed 22 of 35 passes for 299 yards. He was intercepted once. Cowing, a transfer from UTEP, had eight catches for 152 yards. The Wildcats sacked transfer Braxton Burmeister on the first play from scrimmage, forced SDSU to punt and then scored the stadium's first points on Tyler Loop's 25-yard field goal. De Laura, the Pac-12 Freshman Offensive Player of the Year at Washington State last season, hit Cowing for on a 17-yard pass for a 10-0 lead and then found freshman Tetairoa McMillan on a 4-yarder to make it 17-3 midway through the second quarter. - Arizona/AP College Football


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  08/14/22 - WR Jacob CowingrSr/2024, Arizona, 5-10, 175 (DS#5 WR) + More +

  Asked whether he expected to touch the ball a certain number of times per game in his first season as an Arizona Wildcat, Jacob Cowing said exactly what you'd expect him to say: "Not at all. I'm a team-first guy. As long as us as a team are getting the job done and we get the win (that's) what matters to me. I don't really care about personal stats. I just want to get the win and turn this program around." Cowing's sincerity about winning games and turning UA football around can't be questioned. The other part, though? "He's lying to you," receivers coach Kevin Cummings said, laughing. "He wants the ball every play. He's a competitor that way." Cowing didn't come to Arizona to be a decoy, although he could be an effective one at times. He came, at least in part, because he knows Jedd Fisch can help elevate his game and boost his NFL draft stock. Just ask Stanley Berryhill III, Cowing's predecessor as a slot receiver and all-around weapon in Fisch's offense. Berryhill caught 83 passes for 744 yards last year, becoming just the sixth player in school history to have 80-plus receptions in a season.

Berryhill also had 19 rushes and 18 punt returns. All told, that's 120 touches, or 10 per game. Cowing is expected to be Arizona's primary punt returner. He's also in the mix to return kickoffs. Fisch wants to get him the ball as much as possible in as many ways as possible. The transfer from UTEP will line up in the slot, on the outside, maybe even in the backfield at times. He'll go deep, catch bubble screens and run fly sweeps. "There are not many limitations to his game," Cummings said. "He can go vertical. He can win man on man. And he's got the smarts and the savviness to adjust to some of that stuff in the slot, some of those zone coverages, slip defenders. "It's on us as a staff to put him in as many different spots as we can to use those skill sets. For him, he's just going out there playing, and wherever we line him up, he's done a great job of figuring out where he needs to be and how to run it." - Arizona Star News


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  08/10/22 - WR Jacob CowingrSr/2024, Arizona, 5-10, 175 (DS#5 WR) + More +

  Considering the other suitors for wide receiver Jacob Cowing, Arizona's ability to land the wide receiver might just have been the highlight of an already incredible offseason. The Maricopa native garnered offers from LSU, Florida, South Carolina, Oregon, Mississippi State, Texas Tech, Louisville and Arizona State, among others, after deciding to leave UTEP following three seasons. He could've gone to "The Swamp," "Death Valley" or Autzen Stadium. He could've played in the "Air Raid" offense, heaven for a wide receiver. Instead, Cowing chose an Arizona program that's only won one game in the last two-plus years.

Proximity to home was key - though it wasn't the only factor. "I have a baby in the Chandler-Gilbert area, so I wanted to be closer to him and spend that time during my last few years of college football, and also my friends and family in the Chandler-Gilbert area as well," said Cowing, who will lead the Wildcats into their Sept. 3 season opener at San Diego State. "I wanted them to be a part of the last few years...U of A was also one of my dream schools growing up, so why not go out with a bang for these last few years of college football." - Arizona Star News


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  08/01/22 - WR Jacob CowingrSr/2024, Arizona, 5-10, 175 (DS#5 WR) + More +

  Although he was one of the most sought-after players in the NCAA transfer portal, Jacob Cowing arrived in Tucson with relatively little fanfare. UA fans were swept up in the recruitment of top-50 prospect Tetairoa McMillan. The acquisition of quarterback Jayden de Laura also demanded big, bold headlines. But make no mistake: Cowing is at worst Arizona's second-most important offseason pickup, behind de Laura, and he'll make an instant impact for an offense desperate for playmakers. One of Arizona's two player representatives at Media Day, along with senior safety Christian Young, Cowing comes to L.A. as a preseason second-team All-Pac-12 selection.

He exploded at UTEP last year, catching 69 passes for 1,354 yards and seven touchdowns. He chose Arizona for two primary reasons: the relationship he quickly built with Fisch and Tucson's proximity to the Chandler area, where Cowing's 2-year-old son, Chase, lives. Cowing attended Maricopa High School. He was a two-star recruit. Now he's on the verge of stardom. - Arizona Star News


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  07/28/22 - WR Jacob CowingrSr/2024, Arizona, 5-10, 175 (DS#5 WR) + More +

  New wide receiver Jacob Cowing and returning safety Christian Young will represent Arizona at Friday's Pac-12 Media Day in Los Angeles, the league announced Monday. Cowing, Young and coach Jedd Fisch will talk to the media at 10:45 a.m.; the news conference will be available to watch on Pac-12.com as well as on the Pac-12 Insider and the Pac-12 Now app. A 6-foot-3-inch junior from Houston, Young has 107 career tackles and two forced fumbles. Cowing, a transfer from UTEP, boasts a résumé unlike any receiver on the Wildcats' roster. He led all Conference USA freshmen in receiving yards as a freshman. His 2021 season was his best: He caught 69 passes for 1,354 yards and seven touchdowns for Miners coach Dana Dimel, a former UA assistant. Cowing has been named an early-season candidate for both the Maxwell Award, given annually to the best player in college football; and the Biletnikoff Award, given to the best receiver. - Arizona Star News

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  07/22/22 - WR Jacob CowingrSr/2024, Arizona, 5-10, 175 (DS#5 WR) + More +

  2022 PRESEASON BILETNIKOFF AWARD WATCH LIST: Jacob Cowing, Arizona,...Cowing is among 43 players on the Biletnikoff Award watch list. Before joining Arizona, he led UTEP in receiving yards all three seasons, including the 2021 campaign when he finished with 69 receptions for 1,354 yards and seven touchdowns. The transfer from UTEP, led all C-USA freshman and ranked No. 13 nationally with 550 receiving yards in 2019. He earned First Team All-Conference USA honors in 2021 and Second Team recognition in 2020. - Arizona Football

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  07/19/22 - WR Jacob CowingrSr/2024, Arizona, 5-10, 175 (DS#5 WR) + More +

  Arizona wide receiver Jacob Cowing has been named to the watch list for the Maxwell Award, given annually to the best player in college football. The UTEP transfer is one of 85 early-season candidates. Cowing had a standout 2021 season with the Miners, catching 69 passes for 1,354 yards and seven touchdowns. The Maricopa native was named First-Team All-Conference USA. He transferred to the UA during the offseason, and projects to be among new quarterback Jayden de Laura's top targets in Tucson. - Arizona Star News

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  07/18/22 - WR Jacob CowingrSr/2024, Arizona, 5-10, 175 (DS#5 WR) + More +

  2022 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD WATCH LIST: Jacob Cowing, Arizona,...Cowing is among 85 players on the Maxwell Award watch list. Before joining Arizona, he led UTEP in receiving yards all three seasons, including the 2021 campaign when he finished with 69 receptions for 1,354 yards and seven touchdowns. The sophomore from Maricopa, Arizona led all C-USA freshman and ranked No. 13 nationally with 550 receiving yards in 2019. He earned First Team All-Conference USA honors in 2021 and Second Team recognition in 2020. - Arizona Football

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  05/31/22 - WR Jacob CowingrSr/2024, Arizona, 5-10, 175 (DS#5 WR) + More +

  In a play-action heavy UTEP attack, WR Jacob Cowing needed only 69 receptions to gain 1,354 yards and score seven times. He immediately becomes one of the most dangerous slot receivers in the Pac-12. Cowing was a highly touted wideout in the transfer portal. He played three seasons at UTEP, recording 141 catches for 2,595 yards and 13 touchdowns. He also added 75 yards rushing and one touchdown in just four attempts. In his last season at UTEP, Cowing's 1,354 receiving yards ranked ninth in all of college football. He will have Washington State transfer quarterback Jayden de Laura throwing him the football. Cowing joins freshman WR Tetairoa McMillan, the No. 5 wideout in the 2022 recruiting class, according to 247Sports.com. - ArizonaSports.com

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  12/15/21 - WR Jacob CowingrSr/2024, Arizona, 5-10, 175 (DS#5 WR) + More +

  2021 ALL-CONFERENCE USA FIRST TEAM (COACHES): WR: Jacob Cowing, So., UTEP,...Cowing ranks second in C-USA and sixth nationally with 1,330 yards receiving (67 receptions). The wide receiver scored a total of eight touchdowns - seven receiving, one rushing. The Maricopa, Ariz., product ranks second in C-USA with 110.8 receiving yards per game. The sophomore sensation tied a school record with 13 100-yard games during his career. Cowing's yards in 2021 also ranks second-best all-time during a single season in school history.

During the regular season, Cowing reeled in a career-high 11 receptions for 170 yards and a touchdown against Rice. He set his career best with 174 yards against New Mexico, and tied it with another 174 yards on five receptions at North Texas. Cowing hauled in nine catches for 166 yards in a win against LA Tech. He recorded seven 100-yard games during the season, the most by a Miner since the 1965 season. "We feel like Jacob is one of the best receivers in the country, if not the best receiver in country," Dimel said. "We sure think he is; he's brought our offensive to a whole new level." - Texas-El Paso Football


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  09/06/21 - WR Jacob CowingrSr/2024, Arizona, 5-10, 175 (DS#5 WR) + More +

  AUG 30 CONFERENCE USA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: UTEP WR Jacob Cowing picked up right where he left off in 2020, recording a career-high 158 receiving yards on just five receptions and a 59-yard touchdown catch on Saturday. The 158 yards receiving marked Cowing's sixth 100-yard game of his career as the Miners started the 2021 season on the right foot. Cowing solidified himself as a deep threat for the Miners, making receptions of 72 and 59 yards in the win over the Aggies. The 59-yard touchdown on the opening drive of the second half was the seventh touchdown reception of Cowing's young career. - Conference USA Football

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  08/29/21 - WR Jacob CowingrSr/2024, Arizona, 5-10, 175 (DS#5 WR) + More +

  Before UTEP started emptying the bench, Jacob Cowing was in national player of the week contention. Three plays into the third quarter he had four catches for 163 yards and a touchdown before finishing with five grabs for 158. Gavin Hardison threw one interception that was a result of him being belted in the chest by Donovan King as he released the ball on what he thought was a free play (what UTEP thought was an NMSU offsides wasn't called), but he was good, especially on deep balls to his stars Cowing and Justin Garrett. He finished 11 of 16 with a touchdown pass and 249 yards (22.6 yards per completion) before sitting out the fourth quarter. "The connection between Gavin and I, we've put a lot of time on that in the offseason," Cowing said. "We studied New Mexico State, we knew them like the back of our hand, so when we came out we knew what to expect." - Las Cruces Sun News

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  08/28/21 - WR Jacob CowingrSr/2024, Arizona, 5-10, 175 (DS#5 WR) + More +

  Jacob Cowing had a career-high 158 yards receiving, including a 59-yard score, and UTEP opened the season with a 30-3 victory over New Mexico State on Saturday night. Cowing's yardage came on just five catches, including one for 72 yards, as he finished with his sixth career 100-yard game. Gavin Hardison was 11-of-16 passing for 249 yards and an interception. UTEP rolled to a 20-3 halftime lead with Hardison throwing for 154 yards, 104 to Cowing, before the duo combined for their long score just over a minute into the second half.

Ronald Awatt and Deion Hankins rushed for touchdowns and Gavin Baechle kicked three field goals. The Miners, 3-5 last fall, returned all 11 starters on offense and eight on defense as they outgained the Aggies 452-190. New Mexico State didn't play in 2020 and split two games in the spring. The Aggies were playing at home for the first time since a 44-35 victory over the Miners on Nov. 23, 2019. - UTEP/AP College Football


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  01/03/21 - WR Jacob CowingrSr/2024, Arizona, 5-10, 175 (DS#5 WR) + More +

  2020 ALL-CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): WR-Jacob Cowing, So., UTEP,...Cowing, a sophomore for the Miners, led the team in receiving in 2020 with 41 receptions for 691 yards and three touchdowns. He averaged 16.8 yards per reception and 86.4 receiving yards per game in eight games started this season. Cowing finished the season ranked in the top 50 nationally in receiving yards (2nd in C-USA), receiving yards per game (2nd in C-USA) and yards per reception (3rd in C-USA). He also ranked fourth in C-USA with 5.1 receptions per game. - Texas-El Paso Football

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