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Name: JaQuan Bailey (+) Coming off 9-28-19 Broken Foot INJ/Out
College: Iowa State     Number: 3
Height: 6-1   Weight: 261
Position: DE  Pos2: OLB
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2021

40 Low: 4.83
   40 Time: 4.89
  40 High: 4.97
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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: PNagurski...2019: (+) Redshirting/9-28-19 Leg INJ/Out...PHendricks/PNagurski/PBednarik...2nd team All-Big 12 w/46 TT, 14.5 TFL, 8 SCK, 5 PBU, 3 QBH, FR, FF in 13 gms in '18. HM All-Big 12 w/34 TT, 11 TFL, 7 SCK, 3 PBU, 4 QBH, 2 FF in 13 gms in '17. 23 TT, 6 TFL, 3.5 SCK, PBU in 12 gms in '16.

 JaQuan Bailey, Iowa State, Player News

  09/29/20 - DE JaQuan BaileyrSr/2021, Iowa State, 6-1, 261 (DS#35 DE) + More +

  Iowa State senior JaQuan Bailey was named the Big 12 co-defensive player of the week for his strong performance against the Horned Frogs. Bailey had 3.5 sacks, along with a forced and recovered fumble. He became the Cyclones' all-time career leader in sacks and tied the record for most sacks in a game. "What you see in him is a fifth-year senior that understands his potential," Campbell said, "and his work ethic that he's put in during those months of March and April and May and June when nobody else was watching, was to a process of playing at an elite level. "He's off to a really positive start." Bailey shared the award with Kansas State's Jahron McPherson, who had 11 tackles and a forced fumble and an interception in the Wildcats' win over Oklahoma. - Des Moines Register

(DS#35 DE) rSr/2021 DE JaQuan BaileyIowa State
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  09/28/20 - DE JaQuan BaileyrSr/2021, Iowa State, 6-1, 261 (DS#35 DE) + More +

  SEPT 28 BIG 12 CO-DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: JaQuan Bailey, DE, R-Sr., Iowa State,...Iowa State defensive end JaQuan Bailey tied Iowa State records for sacks (3.5) and TFL (4.0) in the win at TCU, while also registering a season-high seven tackles. One of his sacks forced a fumble that he recovered, setting up an ISU touchdown late in the second quarter. - Big 12 Football

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  09/28/20 - DE JaQuan BaileyrSr/2021, Iowa State, 6-1, 261 (DS#35 DE) + More +

  It happened on the game's first series, when the redshirt senior was credited with a half-sack. That gave him 19, with at least 10 games left to add to it, and he did just that on TCU's next possession - and this time, he wasn't sharing. The record's been a long-time coming for the personable Floridian. He entered last season tied, but suffered a season-ending leg injury at Baylor in Game No. 4. Among his 3 1/2 sacks Saturday the defensive trifecta - he sacked the quarterback with so much force that he fumbled. Who but JaQuan Bailey, of course. "We had great coverage on the back end, which enabled us to get to the quarterback," the humble Bailey said. "It was a boom-boom play. I was focused on closing out of it." And topping off the wonderful play by jumping on the loose ball? "The play just kind of happened," he said. - Des Moines Register

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  09/28/20 - DE JaQuan BaileyrSr/2021, Iowa State, 6-1, 261 (DS#35 DE) + More +

  Iowa State's JaQuan Bailey, who missed the last nine games in 2019 with a leg injury, is back in top form. His school record-tying 3.5 sacks in a 37-34 win over TCU made him the Cyclones' all-time leader with 22. He also became ISU's career leader in tackles for loss, with his four against the Horned Frogs giving him 36.5. His sack total against TCU was the Cyclones' highest since Jason Berryman had the same number against TCU in the 2005 Houston Bowl. - AP College Football

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  09/26/20 - DE JaQuan BaileyrSr/2021, Iowa State, 6-1, 261 (DS#35 DE) + More +

  Breece Hall ran for 154 yards and three touchdowns, JaQuan Bailey had 3 1/2 sacks to become Iowa State's career leader and the Cyclones opened Big 12 play with a 37-34 win at TCU on Saturday. Bailey's strip sack and recovered fumble just before halftime set up Brock Purdy's 17-yard touchdown pass to Darren Wilson for the Cyclones (1-1), who bounced back from a 17-point home loss to Louisiana-Lafayette in their opener two weeks ago.

Max Duggan threw three touchdowns after halftime for TCU, but linebacker Mike Rose made a diving interception - grabbing the ball only inches off the ground - with less than four minutes left. The pass went through the hands and off the knee of Taye Barber, who had an earlier touchdown catch. That set up a 32-yard TD run by Hall on third-and-2 with 2:54 left that made it 37-28. The sophomore ran basically untouched 75 yards to open the scoring in the second quarter, and had a 1-yard score earlier in the fourth when he leaped high in the air over the line and came down on his feet in the end zone. - AP College Football


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  09/12/20 - DE JaQuan BaileyrSr/2021, Iowa State, 6-1, 261 (DS#35 DE) + More +

  JaQuan Bailey is back at full-go after suffering a season-ending leg injury in Game No. 4 at Baylor in 2019. We heard how good he looked during voluntary workouts. We heard the same when contact work started. And Wednesday, he was announced as a starter. He didn't have to return for another senior season. He could have rehabbed, then tried to get into an NFL camp. He came back, however, and now he's listed as a starter. "He's been working very hard," cornerback Anthony Johnson said. "He's going to open a lot of eyes that closed." Bailey was forced to watch what could have been the final nine games of his college career last season. His Iowa State days could have been over, and no one would have blamed him if he chose to move on.

Bailey not only returned for a second senior season, but he also was one of three Cyclones on the media's 2020 all-Big 12 Conference preseason team. Some eyes may have been closed, but he at least left an impression on voting members of the press. He returns where he left off last season - one sack (or even a half-sack) shy of breaking the school's career record. He's No. 2 on the list of active FBS players - behind Miami of Florida's Quincy Roche (26) and Western Kentucky's DeAngelo Malone (19). His 31 ½ career tackles for loss is fifth in Iowa State history. His 37 career starts shares fourth in school history. - Des Moines Register


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  07/25/20 - DE JaQuan BaileyrSr/2021, Iowa State, 6-1, 261 (DS#35 DE) + More +

  2020 BRONKO NAGURSKI TROPHY PRESEASON WATCH LIST: DE JaQuan Bailey, Iowa State,...A native of Jacksonville, Fla., Bailey will go down as one of the best defensive ends in school history. The senior had his 2019 season cut short after four games when he went down with a season-ending knee injury. Bailey chose to return for his fifth and final season and is on the verge of breaking multiple career defensive marks. The two-time All-Big 12 selection, including second-team accolades in 2018, Bailey is currently tied for the most career sacks in Iowa State history (18.5). His career sack total ranks third among active FBS players. Bailey has started 37 games in his career and his 31.5 career TFL ranks fifth in school history and is tied for fourth nationally among active FBS competitors. - Iowa State Football

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  07/18/20 - DE JaQuan BaileyrSr/2021, Iowa State, 6-1, 261 (DS#35 DE) + More +

  If any Iowa State football player has grown more than the Florida native, please provide examples. Between his freshman and sophomore seasons, Iowa State coach Matt Campbell even said "it looked like he had a tire under his tummy. Now, he looks like a statue of what a defensive end should look like - the tire's gone." Campbell relayed that at last year's Big 12 Media Days - and Bailey didn't disagree with that assessment. "I was probably 20 pounds overweight," he said, shaking his head in bewilderment that he'd even let his body go that way. "I didn't take my nutrition seriously until after my freshman year." Bailey starts the season with 18 1/2 sacks - the same way he started the last time he prepared for a season-opening game. He played all right against Northern Iowa, Iowa and Lousiana-Monroe.

He went down in the conference opener at Baylor - his 37th career start in a row. And now he's back, full throttle and ready to finally own that record outright. "He's come back in the best shape I've seen him in; he's in the best shape of his life," Campbell said last week. "He worked tremendously hard over the last three months while he was at home in Jacksonville." He's added muscle and structure to his 6-foot-2, 261-pound frame. He's got a fresh outlook after missing the last nine games of 2019 and the 2020 spring. He's way removed and far more mature than the JaQuan Bailey who made a boneheaded play against Texas when he was a sophomore. "I will never, ever forget that play," Bailey told me last season. "A lot has happened since then. I'm a totally a different person. I'm a totally a different player." - Des Moines Register


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  03/18/20 - DE JaQuan BaileyrSr/2021, Iowa State, 6-1, 261 (DS#35 DE) + More +

  The heart of the Cyclones' defense the last few years is gone. Ray Lima helped ISU implement a defensive scheme that was replicated across the country, and the nose guard is off to pursue a pro career. So is Jamahl Johnson, an underrated third-down stopper, who played as a true freshman in coach Matt Campbell's first season. Defensive end Matt Leo has graduated, too. So who is going to carry this group going forward? Perhaps the player with the most responsibility is one that ISU wasn't counting on having in 2020. Defensive end JaQuan Bailey was robbed of his senior season due to a lower leg injury, but secured a redshirt and will be back for a fifth season. It was a gift ISU wasn't expecting - he has 37 career starts and will likely produce the best sack numbers in school history when he's done - but it also adds a couple hurdles for the Cyclones in terms of lineups and rotations. - Ames Tribune

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  08/21/19 - DE JaQuan BaileyrSr/2021, Iowa State, 6-1, 261 (DS#35 DE) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON TED HENDRICKS AWARD WATCHLIST: JaQUAN BAILEY, IOWA STATE,...The two-time All-Big 12 selection, including a second-teamer in 2018, is currently tied with Shawn Moorehead for the most career sacks in Iowa State history (18.5). His 18.5 career sacks ranks third among active NCAA FBS players. - Iowa State Football

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  07/24/19 - DE JaQuan BaileyrSr/2021, Iowa State, 6-1, 261 (DS#35 DE) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON BRONKO NAGURSKI TROPHY WATCH LIST: DE JaQuan Bailey, Iowa State,...Bailey is one of the greatest defensive ends in school history. The two-time All-Big 12 selection, including a second-teamer in 2018, is currently tied with Shawn Moorehead for the most career sacks in Iowa State history (18.5). His 18.5 career sacks ranks third among active NCAA FBS players. A native of Jacksonville, Fla., Bailey has started the last 33 games in his Cyclone career. His 31.5 career TFL ranks fifth in school history and is 2.5 shy from the school record.

In 2018, Bailey led the team and ranked fourth in the Big 12 in sacks (8.0), the third-best season total in school history. He also led the team in TFL, registering the ninth-best season total in the Cyclone record book at 14.5. - Iowa State Football


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  07/18/19 - DE JaQuan BaileyrSr/2021, Iowa State, 6-1, 261 (DS#35 DE) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON BEDNARIK AWARD CANDIDATE: DE JaQuan Bailey, Iowa State,...Bailey is one of the greatest defensive ends in school history. The two-time All-Big 12 selection, including a second-teamer in 2018, is currently tied with Shawn Moorehead for the most career sacks in Iowa State history (18.5). His 18.5 career sacks ranks third among active NCAA FBS players. A native of Jacksonville, Fla., Bailey has started the last 33 games in his Cyclone career. His 31.5 career TFL ranks fifth in school history and is 2.5 shy from the school record.

In 2018, Bailey led the team and ranked fourth in the Big 12 in sacks (8.0), the third-best season total in school history. He also led the team in TFL, registering the ninth-best season total in the Cyclone record book at 14.5. - Iowa State Football


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