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#4 Jordan Webb
Position: Quarterback
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 205
Year: Junior
Hometown: Union, Mo.
High School: Union/Kansas
Experience: Transfer
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AT COLORADO: 2013 (Sr.)-He did not see any action, as he suffered a torn ACL in practice on April 9 (non-contact injury) and underwent surgery on April 18; the initial prognosis that he was likely lost for the entire season. But the outcome of the surgery was great, and he was already walking by May 6 and was working hard at rehab; by the start of camp he was well over half the way back. He was healthy enough to dress for games by the fifth week of the season. He won the Iron Buffalo Award for the quarterbacks for spring conditioning in the weight room. He finished his career 24th in passing yards at Colorado with 1,434.

2012 (Jr.)-He started the first nine games in 2012 (and came off the bench for a 10th); he suffered a dislocated, or subluxation of the fourth metacarpal bone (ring finger) on his throwing hand against Stanford, and missed the Arizona game but tried to give it a go off the bench versus Washington and eventually had surgery after the season. For the year, he completed 144-of-265 passes (54.3 percent) for 1,434 yards; he had eight touchdown passes and eight interceptions, all which figured to a passer rating of 103.7. He had at least one TD pass in his first six games and earned 79 first downs on the year (70 passing, eight rushing, one receiving). He passed for over 200 yards one other time (210 at USC), and engineered 100 times, leading CU to 20 scores (15 TDs). He was on the run a lot, sacked 39 times and pressured another 33 times. He was the Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week for his efforts in CU’s 35-34 win at Washington State: he completed 29-of-42 passes for 345 yards (two touchdowns, one interception) and scored twice rushing, including the game-tying touchdown on a fourth-and-goal from the WS 4 with :09 remaining on a quarterback draw (he earned Colorado Chapter/NFF honors and was CU’s Male Athlete-of-the-Week as well).  He had one reception on the year, a 15-yard pass he caught from Nelson Spruce at USC. He was named CU’s starting quarterback on August 15, just ahead of the first major scrimmage of fall camp; he had joined the CU program in July after completing all his degree requirements at the University of Kansas. He took advantage of an NCAA rule which allows a player to continue his career, provided if he has time remaining on his 5-year eligibility clock, and the school he transfers to has a program that is not offered at his previous university. He started 19 games at Kansas (4-15 record), throwing for 3,079 yards with 20 touchdowns and 20 interceptions, but never played against Colorado (did not play in the ’09 game and was injured in ’10).

AT KANSAS (2011, Soph.)-He started all 12 games, completing 179-of-281 passes for 1,884 yards (13 TD/12 INT), with three 200-plus yard games. Top game came against Oklahoma State, when he was 25-of-36 for 316 yards and two touchdowns in a 70-28 loss; he had 281 versus Northern Illinois (on 21-of-30 passing) and 239 versus Texas Tech (16-of-22). He had three touchdowns on three occasions, versus McNeese State, NIU and Texas Tech.

2010 (Fr.-RS)-He started seven games and played in nine overall, missing games eight through 10 after being injured against Texas A&M (which included the Colorado game; he never played against the Buffs). He completed 121-of-214 passes for 1,195 yards (7 TD/8 INT); in his first career start against Georgia Tech, he completed 18-of-29 for 179 yards and three touchdowns. He threw for over 200 yards twice: 249 versus New Mexico State and 228 against Kansas State. He played for a new Kansas head coach, Turner Gill.

2009 (Fr.)-Redshirted; practiced at quarterback the entire season under head coach Mark Mangino.

HIGH SCHOOL-A two-time first-team All-State performer (St. Louis Post-Dispatch), as a senior he was ranked as the No. 13 player in the St. Louis Metro Area when he was the Four Rivers League Player of the Year for the third consecutive season. He was second-team All-State as a sophomore, first-team All-District his sophomore through senior years (when combined, he owned a 129-to-14 touchdown-to-interception ratio over those years). He was a third-team EA Sports All-American as a junior. He threw for 3,500 yards and 47 touchdowns as a senior (with just five interceptions), while also rushing for 400 and five scores. On two occasions, he completed 16-of-17 passes, doing so in a 48-3 win over Helias (297 yards, 4 TD) and in a 42-0 win over Hillsboro (186, 2); in a 55-8 win over Hermann, he was 8-of-13 for 257 yards, with five of the completions going for scores. As a junior, he completed 281-of-446 passes (63.0 percent) for 4,308 yards and 55 touchdowns, throwing for over 400 yards five times and over 30 in all but one game; he had just seven interceptions and passer rating of 250.2. He rushed for 630 yards on 143 carries, scoring 11 touchdowns. In a wild 77-55 win over Hermann, he was 30-of-47 for 427 yards and eight touchdowns; that had followed a 49-0 win over St. James where he was 29-of-36 for 383 yards and seven scores. His career high came in the season finale, as in a crazy 57-56 loss to Ozark, he had 491 yards and seven scores. He also punted 10 times for a 34.5 average, with a long boot covering 55 yards. He passed for 3,100 yards as a sophomore (157-of-238), with 31 touchdowns and eight interceptions; he again lit up Hermann in a 42-29 win, throwing for 488 yards and six touchdowns. He threw either five or six touchdowns in each game during a 6-game span early in the season. He was a force on the ground, rushing for 1,024 yards and 24 touchdowns. He had 12,961 yards of total offense in his career, accounting for 173 touchdowns. Under coach Brent Eck ley, Union was 11-1 his senior season, advancing to the state sectionals, 9-2 his junior year, 10-1 his sophomore campaign and 4-6 his freshman season (or 34-10 during his four years as a letterman). He also lettered three times in basketball, earning All-Conference honors as a sophomore and started as a freshman.

ACADEMICS-He is majoring in Educational Equity and Cultural Diversity at Colorado. He graduated from the University of Kansas in the summer of 2012 with a degree in Psychology (with a minor in Public Policy).

PERSONAL-He was born June 5, 1991 in Union, Mo. He has aspirations of becoming a college football coach after his playing days.

    PASSING RUSHING
Season
G
Att
Com
Int
Pct
Yds
TD
Long
Att
Yds
Avg
TD
Long
2010 (at Kansas)
9
214
121
8
56.5
1,195
7
43
59
84
1.4
0
25
2011 (at Kansas)
12
281
179
12
63.7
1,884
13
68t
70
-86
-1.3
1
13
2012
10
265
144
8
54.3
1,434
8
70t
64
-135
-2.1
2
13
Totals
31
760
444
28
58.4
4,513
28
70t
193
-137
-0.7
3
25
at Colorado
10
265
144
8
54.3
1,434
8
70t
64
-135
-2.1
2
13

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS-NCAA Rating: 113.1 (career), 106.8 (2010), 132.6 (2011), 103.7 (2012). Receiving: 1-15, 15.0 avg., 0 TD (2012). Sacked/Yards Lost: N/A (2010), 31/200 (2011); 39/237 (2012).

 

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