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Name: Jason Shelley (Double Transfer from Utah State-Dismissed/Utah)
College: Missouri State     Number: 3
Height: 5-11   Weight: 197
Position: QB  Pos2: ATH
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2023

40 Low: 4.57
   40 Time: 4.67
  40 High: 4.78
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 Data Scout Notes: **2021: OPOYC/1stC...NewcomerOYC...2020: NAC...Dismissed from Utah State/Violation of team rules...Transfer from Utah

 Jason Shelley, Missouri State, Player News


  2021 ALL-MISSOURI VALLEY FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): QB - Jason Shelley, Missouri State,...2021 MVFC Offensive Player of the Year ... 2021 MVFC Newcomer of the Year ... 2021 Walter Payton Award Finalist ... Two-time MVFC Offensive Player of the Week ... Three-time MVFC Newcomer of the Week ... STATS FCS National Player of the Week honorable mention (11/15/21) ... Shattered Missouri State season records for passing yards (3,347) and total offense (3,789), both of which rank in the top-10 all-time in MVFC history ... Holds top 25 FCS national rankings as follows: 8th in passing yards (3,342*); 9th in points responsible (194*); 9th in yards per completion (14.2); 10th in total offense (315.0*); 14th in passing yards per game (278.5); 16th in passing touchdowns (22); 16th in points responsible per game (16.2); 24th in pass efficiency (142.6); 24th in rushing touchdowns (10) ... Only Missouri State quarterback in program history to throw for 200 yards or more in his first 12 career games ... Engineered four fourth-quarter, game-winning drives ... Transfer from Utah State. - Missouri State Football

(DS#49 QB) rJr/2023 QB Jason ShelleyMissouri State
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  2021 MISSOURI VALLEY OFFENSIVE PLAYER & NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR (COACHES): QB Jason Shelley, Missouri State,...Walter Payton Award Finalist...Two-time MVFC Offensive Player of the Week...Three-time MVFC Newcomer of the Week...STATS FCS National Player of the Week honorable mention (11/15/21)...Valley leader in total offense (310.3), yards per pass attempt (8.57) and points responsible for (176)...Shattered Missouri State single-season passing yardage (3,068) and total offense (3,417) records...Only Missouri State quarterback in program history to throw for 200 yards or more in his first 11 career games...Engineered four game-winning drives in the fourth quarter Ranked 10th in the nation in total offense...Transfer from Utah State. - Missouri Valley Football

(DS#49 QB) rJr/2023 QB Jason ShelleyMissouri State
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  Jason Shelley ran for two touchdowns then fired a 55-yard scoring strike to Naveon Mitchell with 58 seconds left in the game to lift Missouri State to a 34-27 victory over Northern Iowa in Missouri Valley Football Conference action on Saturday. Shelly's game-winning throw came after the Panthers' Theo Day and Deion McShane teamed up for two late touchdowns to knot the score at 27. Jose Pizano kicked two first-quarter field goals for Missouri State (7-3, 6-2) and Matthew Cook's second field goal pulled Northern Iowa (5-5, 3-4) even at 6-6 early in the second quarter. The Bears grabbed 13-6 halftime lead on Tobias Little's 1-yard TD run, capping a 12-play, 73-yard drive that took 7:33 off the clock.

Missouri State upped its lead to 20-6 on Shelley's 3-yard TD run early in the third quarter. Tyler Hoosman ran it in from the 2 to get the Panthers within seven points at quarter's end. Shelley made it a two-score lead with an 8-yard TD run early in the final period before Day hit McShane for an 8-yard score at the 5:11 mark and an 18-yard score with 2:14 remaining. Shelley completed 22 of 33 passes for 320 yards for the Bears, who managed only 59 yards rushing on 32 carries. Day was 17-of-30 passing for UNI for 238 yards with two interceptions. McShane finished with six catches for 86 yards. - AP College Football


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  Jason Shelley passed for a touchdown and rushed for two more scores as Missouri State beat FCS ninth-ranked Southern Illinois 38-28 on Saturday. The game featured three made field goals of 50-plus yards. Jose Pizano gave Missouri State a 10-7 lead on a 51-yarder and Southern Illinois kicker Nico Gualdoni tied it at 10 with a 50-yarder and added a make from 55 yards out with one second left before halftime. Shelley was 15 of 28 for 248 yards with an interception for Missouri State (6-3, 5-2 Missouri Valley Conference). Kevon Latulas extended Missouri State's lead to 31-13 with an 87-yard touchdown run in the fourth, and Shelley connected with Tyrone Scott for a 31-yard score for an 18-point lead. Nic Baker passed for 262 yards and three touchdowns for Southern Illinois (6-3, 4-2). Landon Lenoir caught seven passes for 100 yards. - AP College Football

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  Jason Shelley threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to Isaac Smith with 15 seconds remaining and Missouri State rallied to beat North Dakota 32-28 on Saturday. Von Young forced a fumble that was recovered by Eric Johnson at the Missouri State 24. From there, the Bears (5-3, 4-2 Missouri Valley Football Conference) drove 76 yards in 1:24, scoring on third down after two runs netted nothing. A 39-yard Shelley-to-Naveon Mitchell pass was the key play on the winning drive. Otis Weah's 11-yard TD run early in the fourth quarter gave the Fighting Hawks (3-5, 1-4 Missouri Valley Football Conference) a 28-17 lead.

The Bears, ranked No. 20 in the FCS coaches poll, cut their deficit to three points after recovering another North Dakota fumble that led to a 63-yard drive capped by Shelley's 12-yard TD run and a 2-point conversion with 4:33 left. Shelley was 29 of 42 for 349 yards passing, three touchdowns and an interception. The transfer from Utah State went over 2,000 yards passing this season. He also tied the Bears' single-season record with his eight consecutive 200-yard passing games. Tyrone Scott had a career-high 147 yards receiving and a touchdown on 10 catches, setting a Bears record with his fifth 100-yard receiving game of the season. Tobias Little added a career-high 111 yards on the ground on 15 carries. Weah rushed for 156 yards with three touchdowns on 21 carries for the Fighting Hawks. - Missouri State/AP College Football


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  Jason Shelley passed for three touchdowns and ran for another as Missouri State defeated Indiana State 37-7 on Saturday. The Bears broke the game open by scoring three touchdowns in the final 2:19 of the second quarter. Shelley passed 45 yards to Xavier Lane and the Bears added two more scores - a 3-yard Shelley run and a 26-yard reception by Tyrone Scott - after consecutive fumbled kickoffs by the Sycamores. Steven Ward was credited with forcing both fumbles. Shelley also threw a 59-yard score to Scott, finishing 11 of 21 for 225 yards. Scott had 106 yards receiving on three catches. Jose Pizano kicked three field goals. The Bears, who racked up over 500 yards in total offense in each of their previous two games, finished with 442 against Indiana State. Dante Hendrix made 10 catches for 121 yards receiving including a late fourth-quarter touchdown for Indiana State (3-4, 1-3). The Bears (4-2, 3-1 Missouri Valley Football Conference) are ranked 23rd in the FCS coaches poll. - AP College Football

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  SEPT 27 MISSOURI VALLEY NEWCOMER OF WEEK: QB Jason Shelley, Missouri State, 5-11, 197, Sr., Frisco, Texas (Lone Star High, Utah State),...The Bears signal caller posted his third straight 200-yard passing game and third straight game with no interceptions to help lead the Bears to a 31-23 come-from-behind win over South Dakota. Shelley accounted for 4 touchdowns -- 2 passing and 2 rushing - while engineering three scoring drives in the Bears first five second-half possessions to ignite the 17-0 Bears run to end the game. Shelley was 19-for-29 for a season-high 281 yards through the air and also racked up a career-high 62 ground yards on 17 carries (94 rushing yards when factoring out sack yardage), including touchdown runs of 26 and 12 yards. His 12-yard TD run in the fourth quarter gave the Bears an eight-point cushion and helped complete the comeback. He was 4-for-5 passing in the 4th quarter for 66 yards while racking up 21 rushing yards in the final period. - Missouri Valley Conference Football

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  Jason Shelley accounted for four touchdowns to lead Missouri State to a 31-23 victory over South Dakota in a Missouri Valley Football Conference opener for both teams on Saturday night. Shelley tossed a 3-yard touchdown pass to Kevon Latulas early in the fourth quarter to give Missouri State (2-1, 1-0) a 24-23 lead. Shelley's 12-yard touchdown run capped the scoring with 4:42 remaining.

Shelley also ran for a 26-yard touchdown in the first quarter and threw a 46-yard TD pass to Tyrone Scott in the second. Shelley was 19-of-29 passing for 281 yards, and he added 62 yards on the ground on 17 carries. Scott finished with seven catches for 111 yards. Carson Camp completed 12 of 29 passes for 231 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions for South Dakota (2-2, 0-1). Carter Bell had three receptions for 102 yards. Wesley Eliodor returned a kickoff 99 yards into the end zone late in the second quarter as the Coyotes built a 23-14 halftime lead. - AP College Football


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  Jason Shelley connected with Xavier Lane for the go-ahead touchdown with 29 seconds remaining and Missouri State rallied to defeat Central Arkansas 43-34 on Saturday night. After Central Arkansas took a 34-30 lead on a Breylin Smith 71-yard pass to Tyler Hudson with 2:14 remaining, Shelley drove Missouri State 69 yards in seven plays, culminated by the 26-yard touchdown pass to Lane for a 37-34 lead. Tylar Wiltz then scored on a pick-6 on the game's final play.

Missouri State (1-1) led for most of the game but had to rally after letting a nine-point fourth-quarter lead slip away. Shelley completed 18 of 36 passes for 231 yards. Nine of his completions went to Lane for 148 yards. Smith was 25-of-38 passing for 332 yards for Central Arkansas (0-2). He had two touchdowns and two interceptions. Lujuan Winningham had 10 receptions for 144 yards. Missouri State's Kevon Latulas was the game's leading rusher with 98 yards on 10 carries. - Missouri State/AP College Football


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  SEPT 6 MISSOURI VALLEY FOOTBALL CO-NEWCOMER OF THE WEEK: QB Jason Shelley, Missouri State, Sr., 5-11, 197, Frisco, Texas/Utah State,...In his Missouri State debut, Shelley threw for 235 yards and a touchdown with no interceptions at No. 22-ranked FBS foe Oklahoma State. Shelley helped engineer four red zone drives for the Bears, including three in the second half, to guide the 24th-ranked Bears to a near upset in Stillwater. Shelley threw for 103 yards in the fourth quarter alone as he led the Bears with three scoring threats in the final seven minutes. His 8-yard touchdown strike to Tyrone Scott with 3:06 to play, brought MSU within 23-16 of the Cowboys and gave the Bears a chance to tie the game moments later, as the Bears got as close as the OSU 15 in the deciding moments. The Utah State transfer was 23-for-44 through the air and rushed for 31 yards on 7 carries. - Missouri Valley Football

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  A different quarterback will be starting for Utah State when it travels to Laramie, Wyoming, for a road game against Wyoming this Thursday. That's because Jason Shelley has been dismissed from the team. An official press release was issued Sunday that stated Shelley has been dismissed "for a violation of team rules." USU head coach Frank Maile will not comment on the decision moving forward, the release stated. Shelley started the first four games for the Aggies and completed 51 of 99 passes (51.5 percent) for 420 yards and four touchdowns, vs. two interceptions. The University of Utah transfer also added 68 rushing yards on 33 attempts. - Herald Journal Tribune

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  The battle to replace Jordan Love as Utah State's starting quarterback is more intriguing than it was a few days ago. That's because the Aggies have added University of Utah transfer Jason Shelley to the 2020 roster. The addition was officially announced by USU on Monday morning, but was first reported by Patrick Kinahan of 1280 the Zone on Saturday. Shelley, who helped lead Utah to its first-ever Pac-12 South title two seasons ago, has two years of eligibility remaining. The former Lone Star (Texas) High School star spent three seasons in Salt Lake City, where he redshirted in 2017.

Shelley elected to enter the transfer portal in February after seeing limited playing time at the QB position in eight games for the Utes this past season. The 5-foot-11, 200-pound dual-threat signal caller was moved to safety prior to Utah's matchup against Texas in the Alamo Bowl. Shelley made one open-field tackle in that game. The grandson of former Utah State safety Phillip Shelley endeared himself to Utah fans during the 2018 campaign when he took over for starting QB Tyler Huntley, who broke his collarbone in a November showdown against Arizona State. Shelley started the final five games of the season and helped propel the Utes to back-to-back-to-back wins over Oregon, Colorado and BYU. The road triumph over Colorado allowed Utah to punch its ticket to the Pac-12 Championship contest. - Herald Journal Tribune


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  Jason Shelley, once considered a contender to be the University of Utah's starting quarterback, now is the heir apparent to Jordan Love at Utah State. The Aggies announced Monday that Shelley will join the USU program this fall as a junior and is immediately eligible. The 5-foot-11, 200-pound player out of Frisco, Texas, is the grandson of Phillip Shelley, who played safety for the Aggies in the early 1970s. Jason Shelley will likely enter as the frontrunner in what had been a four-man competition to fill the sizable shoes left by Love. One of the most heralded quarterbacks in USU history, Love was drafted and signed by the NFL's Green Bay Packers this spring and is expected to eventually take over for Aaron Rodgers.

Shelley started five games for the Utes in 2018, filling in successfully when starter Tyler Huntley went down in November with a broken collarbone. Shelley led Utah to wins vs. Oregon and at Colorado to help secure the program's first Pac-12 South title. In the regular-season finale, Shelley's 33-yard touchdown run with 1:43 left capped a 21-point fourth quarter as the Utes outlasted BYU, 35-27. - Salt Lake Tribune


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