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Name: Joe Burrow (Transfer from Ohio State)
College: LSU     Number: 9
Height: 6-4   Weight: 221
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2020

40 Low: 4.67
   40 Time: 4.76
  40 High: 4.86
Projected Round: 1  Stock:   High: #1 Overall  Low: Top 3



Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 6035
Weight: 221

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Dates: 04/03/20
Hand: 09  Arm: 30 7/8
Wingspan: 74

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Weight: 221
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 Data Scout Notes: **2019: HeismanTrophyWinner/HeismanTrophyFinalist/MaxwellAwardWinner/DaveyO'BrienAwardWinner/WalterCampPOY OPOYC/1stC/POYM/UnitasWinner/WalterCampPOYFinalist/MaxwellFinalist/OBrienFinalist...POBrien/PMaxwell/P3rdM...219-379-2894-16-5-57.8 pass, 128-399-3.1-7 rush in 13 gms in '18. Grad transferred from Ohio State for '18. Backup w/7-11-61-0-0 pass in 4 gms in '17. Backup w/22-28-226-2-0 pass, 58 yds, TD in 6 gms in '16. Redshirted in '15 2017: 3* Ohio State Transfer...NAC...2017: (+) Coming off Aug 2017 Hand INJ...2016: NAC

 Joe Burrow, LSU, Player News

  06/12/20 - QB Joe BurrowrSr/2020, LSU, 6-4, 221 (DS#1 QB) + More +

  After turning in arguably the best season for a collegiate quarterback, former LSU star Joe Burrow was selected unanimously as the Allstate Sugar Bowl's James J. Corbett Award winner on Friday morning. The honor is presented to the top amateur athlete in the state of Louisiana. Burrow, a native of Athens, Ohio, set an FBS record of 60 touchdown passes while leading the nation with 5,671 yards passing (an LSU and SEC record, and the third most all-time) while narrowly missing setting the FBS record for completion percentage - he finished at 76.3% after completing 402 of 527 attempts. Burrow led the Tigers to a 15-0 season, including a 42-25 win over Clemson in the College Football Playoff national championship. Burrow was named the Most Outstanding Player of the championship game after throwing for 463 yards and five touchdowns.

"I still can't believe how everything came together for me at LSU," Burrow said. "I had the opportunity to join an amazing team and together we reached and surpassed all of our goals. The state of Louisiana embraced me along the way and became a second home to me. To be recognized as the top athlete in the state is a tremendous honor and I want to thank my teammates and coaches as well as everyone who supported me." LSU coach Ed Orgeron praised Burrow's work ethic. "I've never been around a player like Joe," Orgeron said, "and obviously he's very talented and he's a leader, but day in and day out, he's the same guy. Very focused. Focused on the task at hand. It's about execution and winning and being great. The guy is a perfectionist. It does rub off on our football team. He's an outstanding leader." - Baton Rouge Advocate


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  05/31/20 - QB Joe BurrowrSr/2020, LSU, 6-4, 221 (DS#1 QB) + More +

  Former LSU quarterback Joe Burrow's heartfelt social media post saying the "black community needs our help" after George Floyd's killing is a welcome sight, USA Today's Nancy Armour wrote in a column Saturday. Burrow urged his fans to open their ears and listen to the painful experiences that many black Americans face on a regular basis on Twitter Friday. "They have been unheard for far too long," LSU's former star quarterback wrote. "Open your ears, listen, and speak. This isn't politics. This is human rights." The black community needs our help. They have been unheard for far too long. Open your ears, listen, and speak. This isn't politics. This is human rights. Burrow, Armour writes, is one of several "high-profile, white male athletes finally joining in the fight" against systemic racism. Along with the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL draft, other notable athletes who've spoken out include Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence and the Philadelphia Eagles' Carson Wentz and Zach Ertz. - Baton Rouge Advocate

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  05/30/20 - QB Joe BurrowrSr/2020, LSU, 6-4, 221 (DS#1 QB) + More +

  LSU's Ed Orgeron has been selected as the Allstate Sugar Bowl's Outstanding Collegiate Coach for the State of Louisiana, announced Friday by the Greater New Orleans Sports Awards Committee. After Orgeron and the Tigers blew out Oklahoma in the College Football Playoff semifinal at the Peach Bowl, they capped their legendary season by running away from Clemson in the CFP National Championship in New Orleans. The victory capped a perfect 15-0 season for the Tigers - the most wins in program history. Orgeron's 2019 team set several other school records, including points in a season (726), points per game (48.4) and yards passing (6,024). Orgeron was recognized as the Eddie Robinson Award winner as the top collegiate coach in the nation. The Tigers became the only unit in SEC history to include a 4,000-yard passer, a 1,000-yard rusher and two 1,000-yard receivers in the same season. Joe Burrow, the SEC's Offensive Player of the Year, broke league records for yards passing and touchdowns en route to the Heisman Trophy and the Manning Award. - Baton Rouge Advocate

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  05/26/20 - QB Joe BurrowrSr/2020, LSU, 6-4, 221 (DS#1 QB) + More +

  To say that Dan Enos - hired earlier this year to be the UC Bearcats' running backs coach - is well traveled would be an understatement. UC added Enos in March after jobs as an assistant and/or coordinator at University of Miami, Alabama, Michigan, Arkansas, Michigan State, Western Michigan and Southern Illinois, among others, as well as five seasons as Central Michigan's head coach. Former Miami Hurricanes offensive coordinator Dan Enos prior to the season opener. But in 2003, during his only season at North Dakota State, Enos assessed the talent of fellow NDSU assistant Jimmy Burrow's son, Joe - now the rookie quarterback of the Cincinnati Bengals - at age 7 - according to a report from Forum Communications' Jeff Kolpack: While the newly hired Bison coaches in 2003 worked putting together a program, the kid spent hours in the hallway throwing a Nerf football.

Sometimes it would bounce into the only meeting room. At one point, Bison assistant coach Dan Enos watched the kid throw and was immediately impressed. Assistant Pat Perles was guarded on this assessment. "I'm like, 'Really Danny?'" Perles said on Thursday. "The kid is 7 years old and you're telling me he already has a good throwing motion and you can evaluate it at this age? He says, 'Yeah.'" - Cincinnati Enquirer


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  05/11/20 - QB Joe BurrowrSr/2020, LSU, 6-4, 221 (DS#1 QB) + More +

  A year ago at this time, LSU quarterback Joe Burrow wasn't listed by Las Vegas oddsmakers as a potential Heisman Trophy candidate. Michigan quarterback Shea Patterson was, along with Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez and Stanford quarterback K.J. Costello. But not the guy who would shatter Heisman Trophy voting records: Burrow. The LSU senior opened the season with a five-touchdown performance against Georgia Southern. And, voila, Vegas caught on. He was immediately listed as a 28:1 pick, still behind Alabama receiver Jerry Jeudy and Patterson. The point is, we don't know who will win the 2020 Heisman Trophy. I hope it is one of the 100 players on today's list. But based on last season, I wouldn't be stunned if it was someone else. According to oddsmakers, Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields is the current favorite, followed by Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence and Oklahoma quarterback Spencer Rattler. - News Gazette Tribune

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  05/10/20 - QB Joe BurrowrSr/2020, LSU, 6-4, 221 (DS#1 QB) + More +

  LSU football fans will get a chance to go behind of the scenes of the Tigers' national championship season and Joe Burrow's Heisman run with the release of a new documentary. The SEC Network will broadcast an hour-long show starting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday called "One for the Ages." It's produced by Jim Jorden Productions, the creative team behind SEC Inside, according to ESPN. The show will immediately be followed by a replay of LSU's win over Clemson in the national championship game. - Baton Rouge Advocate

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  05/08/20 - QB Joe BurrowrSr/2020, LSU, 6-4, 221 (DS#1 QB) + More +

  Joe Burrow and Dwayne Haskins Jr. once competed for the starting quarterback job at Ohio State. They are set to duel as NFL quarterbacks this fall when the Cincinnati Bengals visit the Washington Redskins on Nov. 22. The Week 11 matchup was announced Thursday night as the league unveiled its 2020 regular-season schedule amid the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic. The kickoff time for the game is 1 p.m. Cincinnati selected Burrow with the No. 1 overall pick in the draft last month, while Haskins will enter his second season in Washington after he was the franchise's first-round pick last year. Neither has secured the top spot on the depth chart, but will enter preseason training camp as their teams' presumptive starters. - Cleveland Plain Dealer

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  05/05/20 - QB Joe BurrowrSr/2020, LSU, 6-4, 221 (DS#1 QB) + More +

  The impact of Joe Burrow's golden career at LSU may be transforming the reigning national champions into the next Quarterback U. LSU received a commitment from the No. 6-ranked pro style quarterback in the nation on Monday - Garrett Nussmeier (6-foot-2, 182 pounds) of Marcus High School in Flower Mound, Texas. Also on Monday, the No. 1 dual threat quarterback in the nation - Caleb Williams (6-1, 200) of Gonzaga High in Washington D.C. - narrowed his choices to LSU, Oklahoma, and Maryland over such schools as Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, Ohio State, Michigan, and Penn State. "I've been getting a good impression from the LSU coaches," Williams said to Rivals.com. Williams has been recruited by LSU offensive coordinator/quarterback coach Steve Ensminger, who also has recruited Nussmeier. Nussmeier, whose father Doug Nussmeier is the quarterbacks coach for the Dallas Cowboys, committed to LSU over such schools as Texas, Arizona State, Arkansas, Baylor, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Oklahoma State, and TCU. - Daily Advertiser

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  05/04/20 - QB Joe BurrowrSr/2020, LSU, 6-4, 221 (DS#1 QB) + More +

  The NCAA announced last week its name/image/likeness reform that basically will allow athletes to be compensated for endorsements. The initial theories say the rich will get richer in college football, that endorsements will flow in markets that are eat up with the sport. In Birmingham and Oklahoma City and Columbus, a commercial with a campus quarterback might sell a car or two. In Los Angeles and Chicago and New York, not so much. But a few days before the NCAA announcement came an event that sheds more light on the subject of parity. In the NFL Draft, 14 LSU players were selected. Ten each from Michigan and Ohio State went. Toss in the nine draftees from Alabama, and 16.9 percent of the 255 players drafted were from four schools.

In the 27 years since the NFL Draft was reduced to just seven rounds, only thrice have the 10 programs with the most picks in a particular draft accounted for more than 30 percent of the total selections: 30.6 percent in 2006, 31.2 percent in 2017 and 32.5 in 2020. The two most top-heavy drafts in NFL history have come in the last four years, which parallels the advent of the four-team College Football Playoff. The playoff has gained stature; the rest of the college football post-season, including major bowl games when they're not the national semifinals, have slipped. - Daily Oklahoman


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  04/24/20 - QB Joe BurrowrSr/2020, LSU, 6-4, 221 (DS#1 QB) + More +

  LSU's record setting quarterback Joe Burrow garnered a Heisman Trophy, a National Championship and is on his way to being the first pick in this year's NFL Draft. Now he may get a Baton Rouge street named after him. An item is set to go before the East Baton Rouge Planning Commission on March 16 to rename Henry Adams Road to Burrow Road. Henry Adams is a short private road off Highland Road, just southeast of the LSU campus. Cincinnati Bengals owner Mike Brown reportedly officially welcomed LSU quarterback Joe Burrow to the franchise with a letter on Wednesday, which according to ESPN's Adam Schefter, read that Brown was looking forward "to building championship football teams with you for many years to come." Bengals president Mike Brown officially welcomed LSU QB Joe Burrow to Cincinnati on Wednesday, one day before the Draft. Brown sent Burrow a letter that said, amongst other things, that he looks forward "to building championship football teams with you for many years to come." - Baton Rouge Advocate

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