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Name: Jason Bean (Transfer from North Texas)
College: Kansas     Number: 17
Height: 6-2   Weight: 189
Position: QB  Pos2: WR/ATH
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2023

40 Low: 4.36
   40 Time: 4.46
  40 High: 4.54

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Weight: 189

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: NAC...Transfer from North Texas...2020: NAC


 Jason Bean, Kansas, Player News

  08/09/21 - QB Jason BeanrSr/2023, Kansas, 6-2, 189 (DS#54 QB) + More +

  Jason Bean didn't gush about his own abilities or attempt to present himself as the answer to the Kansas football team's offensive problems on Friday during his fist interview since joining the roster earlier this summer. Instead, the former North Texas starting quarterback steered the conversation another direction when asked how he would describe himself to KU fans who hadn't seen him play before. "I'm just a hard worker," Bean said, after beginning his response by sharing how excited he is to be at KU. "I'm ready to help turn this program around and get it in the right direction and just start to win games here."

The few weeks of preseason practices between now and the Jayhawks' season opener on Sept. 3 versus South Dakota will determine what type of role Bean plays in Year 1 of new head coach Lance Leipold's rebuilding project. After Leipold watched the newest QB on the roster practice for the first time on Thursday, Leipold shared his initial impressions of Bean, a junior who is one of three QBs in the running for the team's starting job. "I like his hair. He's got a lot more than me," a joking Leipold began. "Big, tall kid. Runs well. He's got a strong arm. He's coachable right now. He comes in understanding he's got to compete." Involved with a QB competition at North Texas throughout much of what would be his final season with that team in 2020, Bean finished with a 54.5% completion percentage, and threw for 1,131 yards and 14 touchdowns during his eight appearances this past fall. He went 79-for-145 through the air, with five interceptions. - Lawrence Journal World


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  06/16/21 - QB Jason BeanrSr/2023, Kansas, 6-2, 189 (DS#54 QB) + More +

  The additions of several new players to the Kansas football team are now officially official, as the program updated its published roster this week. With both incoming freshmen and transfers arriving on campus for summer courses and workouts, the Jayhawks' list of players for the 2021 season now looks more complete than it did in the spring. The latest version includes eight new players with varying degrees of college football experience.

As expected, all six of the former Buffalo players who decided to follow head coach Lance Leipold to KU via the transfer portal are now Jayhawks: senior defensive linemen Eddie Wilson and Ronald McGee, junior center Mike Novitsky, junior linebacker Rich Miller, sophomore receiver Trevor Wilson and redshirt freshman offensive lineman Michael Ford Jr. Zion DeBose, a senior defensive end and Virginia Tech graduate transfer who originally planned to play for Leipold at Buffalo, also is on board at KU. So is former North Texas starting quarterback Jason Bean, a junior who was recruited by KU receivers coach Emmett Jones this past spring, while Jones was serving as the Jayhawks' interim head coach. - Lawrence Journal World


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  03/27/21 - QB Jason BeanrSr/2023, Kansas, 6-2, 189 (DS#54 QB) + More +

  The Kansas football team's quarterback competition has a new contender. A former starting QB at North Texas, Jason Bean announced Friday his plans to transfer to KU and join the Jayhawks. Listed at 6-foot-3 and 189 pounds on the Mean Green's roster in 2020, Bean started in seven of the team's 10 games as a redshirt sophomore before deciding to move on from the Conference USA program. Bean was involved with a QB competition at North Texas throughout much of what would be his final season with the team. He finished with a 54.5% completion percentage, and threw for 1,131 and 14 touchdowns in eight appearances in 2020. Bean went 79-for-145 through the air, with five interceptions. Known for his speed, Bean gave UNT a rushing element as a QB, too, and averaged 6.2 yards per carry, while running for five touchdowns this past season. - Lawrence Journal World

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  01/21/21 - QB Jason BeanrSr/2023, Kansas, 6-2, 189 (DS#54 QB) + More +

  North Texas quarterback Jason Bean entered the NCAA transfer portal on Tuesday, when he joined the growing list of key players who are considering leaving the program. Bean started seven of UNT's 10 games this season and played in all but two. He threw for 1,131 yards and a team-best 14 touchdowns in addition to rushing for 346 yards and five scores. - Denton Record

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  11/21/20 - QB Jason BeanrSr/2023, Kansas, 6-2, 189 (DS#54 QB) + More +

  Jason Bean accounted for two touchdowns to lead North Texas to a 27-17 victory against Rice on Saturday. Bean broke loose for a 66-yard touchdown run and tossed a 25-yard touchdown pass to Jaelon Darden in the second quarter to give the Mean Green a 14-10 halftime lead. DeAndre Torrey had 102 yards rushing on 19 carries, and his 1-yard TD run capped the scoring for North Texas (3-3, 2-2 Conference USA) midway through the fourth quarter. Bean was 9-of-20 passing for 120 yards and added 94 yards rushing. Ethan Mooney made field goals from 27 and 30 yards for North Texas. Mike Collins was 23 of 34 for 327 yards passing with two touchdowns for Rice (1-2, 1-2). He tossed a 14-yard TD pass to Austin Trammell in the first quarter, and a 17-yarder to Jake Bailey with eight seconds left in the game. Trammell had six catches for 116 yards. - AP College Football

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  10/23/20 - QB Jason BeanrSr/2023, Kansas, 6-2, 189 (DS#54 QB) + More +

  Bean offers the type of dual-threat ability UNT has rarely had at quarterback over the years. He might not be as refined of a pocket passer as Aune. That didn't matter in the Mean Green's win over MTSU because he poses a constant threat in the running game. Bean broke free for a pair of 48-yard touchdown runs, guided UNT to 768 yards of offense and pulled the Mean Green out of a three-game slide. "The way I can run changes things a little bit," Bean said. Yeah, it does. Bean rushed for 169 yards and three touchdowns to help move UNT to 2-3 on the season and 1-2 in Conference USA play. What made the performance even more impressive was Bean did enough in the passing game while throwing for 181 yards and two touchdowns to keep MTSU honest. And don't forget Bean came into UNT's game against the Blue Raiders stone cold. He was planted firmly on the Mean Green's bench the last two weeks while Aune cleared the 300-yard mark in passing yards in losses to Southern Miss and Charlotte. "Jason stepped in and made some huge plays," UNT coach Seth Littrell said. "I'm proud of the way he stayed ready. That takes maturity. At some point in time we are going to need both of those guys." - Denton Record

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  10/19/20 - QB Jason BeanrSr/2023, Kansas, 6-2, 189 (DS#54 QB) + More +

  OCT 19 CONFERENCE USA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: North Texas redshirt sophomore RB Jason Bean entered the game against Middle Tennessee with the Mean Green down 21-7 early in the second quarter on Saturday. The redshirt sophomore was a game-changer, accounting for 350 total yards and five touchdowns in a little under three quarters, while leading North Texas to a 52-35 win on the road. Bean completed 12-of-17 passes for 181 yards and a pair of touchdowns with no interceptions, while rushing 10 times for a career-high 169 yards and three scores as the Mean Green outscored the Blue Raiders 45-14 with Bean in the game.

The 350 yards accounted for 46% of North Texas' total of 768 yards, a new program record, and also the second-highest offensive output in college football this season (UCF put up 798 this week in a losing effort). The Mansfield, Texas, native accounted for a touchdown run of four yards and a pair of scores from 48 yards out. Bean's touchdown passes were of nine yards to Deonte Simpson and 55 yards to the nation's leading receiver, Jaelon Darden. Bean was also named a Manning Award Star of the Week and was named to the Davey O'Brien Award Great 8 list for his performance. - Conference USA Football


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  10/17/20 - QB Jason BeanrSr/2023, Kansas, 6-2, 189 (DS#54 QB) + More +

  Backup Jason Bean rushed for three touchdowns, passed for two more and North Texas rallied to beat Middle Tennessee 52-35 on Saturday. The Mean Green trailed 28-14 at halftime but then scored five unanswered touchdowns that included three Bean runs - two going for 48 yards each - and passes of 9 yards to Donte Simpson and 55 yards to Jaelon Darden. That left North Texas ahead 49-28 with 11 minutes remaining in the game. Bean finished with 169 yards rushing on 10 carries and was 12-of-17 passing for 181 yards as the Mean Green rolled up 768 total yards, snapping the school record of 721 set in their season-opening win over Houston Baptist. Bean entered the game in the second quarter after Austin Aune threw two interceptions and had a fumble turn into a Blue Raiders touchdown. DeAndre Torrey rushed for 143 yards and two scores and Tre Siggers added 101 yards rushing. Darden caught 10 passes for 204 yards for the Mean Green (2-3, 1-2 Conference USA). Asher O'Hara passed for three touchdowns and Chaton Mobley rushed for 156 yards and a score for the Blue Raiders (1-5, 1-3). - North Texas/AP College Football

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  09/08/20 - QB Jason BeanrSr/2023, Kansas, 6-2, 189 (DS#54 QB) + More +

  The big question coming into the game was how UNT's quarterback situation would play out between Jason Bean and Austin Aune. UNT coach Seth Littrell acknowledged in his taped pregame radio interview that Bean would start. He jumped all over the opportunity and led UNT on three straight touchdown drives to open the game. Bean went on to account for four touchdowns. He threw for three and rushed for another. Aune played and also fared well, but it certainly looks like the job is Beans to lose at this point. - Denton Record

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