Jordan Johnson

Jordan Johnson

Player Profile

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Eugene, Ore.

High School:
Sheldon

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 200

Position:
Quarterback

Birthdate:
05/03/1992

Experience:
3V

07/18/2013

Kistler, Tripp, Wagenmann named preseason AAs by Phil Steele magazine

Coyle, Johnson, Kanongata'a, Oiland, Takai join those three players on preseason All-Big Sky squad

04/21/2012

Defense comes up big in final spring scrimmage

White tops Maroon 21-20 to close out spring drills

04/14/2012

Offense leads the way in Griz scrimmage Saturday night

Four UM quarterbacks combine for 390 yards and 4 touchdowns

04/13/2012

Q & A with Griz offensive coordinator Timm Rosenbach

Coach Rosenbach talks about the UM offense position-by-position

04/11/2012

Q & A with Griz interim head football coach Mick Delaney

UM just three days away from its second scrimmage of spring drills

04/14/2014

Spring Scrimmage

Action & event photos

12/07/2013

Montana vs. Coastal Carolina (12/7/13)

Montana vs. Coastal Carolina (12/7/13)

11/23/2013

Montana vs. Montana State (11/23/13)

Montana vs. Montana State (11/23/13)

11/16/2013

Montana vs. Weber State (11/16/13)

Montana vs. Weber State (11/16/13)

10/28/2013

Montana vs. Eastern Washington (10/25/13)

Montana vs. Eastern Washington (10/25/13)

2013 ALL-AMERICA CANDIDATE & WALTER PAYTON AWARD CANDIDATE

MONTANA: Jordan will start for the second season in this career in 2013. He begins his junior year ranked 14th in school history with 2,444 career passing yards.

2012: He did not participate due to personal reasons, and was a redshirt.

2011: He passed for 2,400 yards and 21 touchdowns, and was an honorable mention All-Big Sky Conference selection. He tied a Montana single-game record with six touchdown passes in a 45-10 victory over Weber State. His 21 touchdown passes rank him 12th (tie) in single-season history, while his 2,400 passing yards are the 21st most in a season at UM. He was third on the team with 506 yards rushing. He played in 13 games and started in 12, missing the Northern Colorado game due to an injury. He was named to the league's all-academic team for the second straight season.

2010: He played in six games as a true freshman.

HIGH SCHOOL: He was a prolific quarterback at Sheldon High School...tabbed the 6A "Player of the Year" in Oregon as a senior...had 11,337 yards in total offense and 134 career touchdowns in his career...as a senior he passed for 3,508 yards and 46 touchdowns, and rushed for 1,091 yards and 20 scores...career-wise he passed for 8,188 yards and 84 touchdowns; rushed for 2,903 yards and 46 scores, and also had 241 receiving yards for four scores...his head coach at Sheldon High School was his dad, Marty Johnson.

CAREER HIGHS: He was 25-of-39-0 in a 37-23 win over Cal Poly in 2011. He had a career-best 299 yards passing in his record-setting effort against Weber State, when he had 6 TD throws. He rushed for a career-best 102 yards in a 17-14 victory over Eastern Washington last season. His career-long pass was an 80-yarder at Tennessee, which ties him for the eighth longest in school history. His career-long run is a 54-yarder for a touchdown at Sam Houston State in a FCS semifinal game in 2011, and he had a career-high 11 rushes in that game.

PERSONAL: His major is math. He had a 3.9 GPA in high school. His parents are Marty and Kelly Johnson of Eugene. Birth date: May 3, 1992.

PASSING-------------RUSHING

YEAR: G/S-Att.-Comp-Int.-Pct.=Yds.=TD-LG-------Att.-Yds-Avg.=TD-LG

2010: 6/0-20-15-0-.750=44=0-15----------6-14-2.3=0-16

2011: 13/12-343-205-9-.598=2,400=21-51-------89=506-5.7=4-54t

TOTAL: 19/1-363-220-9-.606=2,444=21--51-------95=520-5.5=4-54t

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