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#14 Jordan Poyer
Position: Cornerback
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 190
Year: Senior
Hometown: Astoria, Ore.
High School: Astoria HS
Experience: 3 Letters
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Jordan Poyer biography
Poyer career stats Poyer career stats
Poyer 2012 game-by-game stats Poyer 2012 game-by-game stats
Poyer 2011 game-by-game stats Poyer 2011 game-by-game stats
Poyer 2010 game-by-game stats Poyer 2010 game-by-game stats
Poyer 2009 game-by-game stats Poyer 2009 game-by-game stats
Courtesy: Athletic Communications
Release: 03/18/2013

03/15/2013

Pro Day Features Nearly Every NFL Team

Twenty-four NFL scouts visit campus

02/07/2013

Jordan Poyer and Markus Wheaton Heading for NFL Combine

The duo are expected to be high NFL Draft selections.01/08/2013

Poyer, Seumalo & Wheaton Prepare for All-Star Games

Poyer, Seumalo & Wheaton Prepare for All-Star Games

Poyer Living the Dream -- (11/5/09 -- GT)

CAREER: Arguably the best cornerback to ever play for Oregon State after being lightly recruited to play football – was more of a baseball prospect coming out of Astoria High School and was drafted in the 42nd round by the Marlins … consensus All-America selection as a senior, the first at OSU since John Didion in 1967 … All-America First Team from Walter Camp, AFCA, Sporting News and CBSSports.com among others … named All-Pac-12 Conference First Team as a senior and Second Team as a junior … semi-finalist for Bednarik Award (top defensive player) and Jim Thorpe Award (top cornerback)in ‘12 … was also on Lott IMPACT Trophy, Paul Hornung Award and Senior Bowl Preseason Watch Lists … earned Jim Thorpe Defensive Back of the Week and Walter Camp Co-Player of the Week after a three interception game vs. Washington State … played in the Senior Bowl … participated in the NFL Combine … 24 career starts … ranked tied for second in the nation with seven interceptions as a senior; 13 in his career tied for fourth in OSU history … chosen as one of four team captains for the 2012 season … missed only one game in his collegiate career (vs. Arizona State, knee injury in ’12) … played as the slot corner in nickel and dime packages … third in the Pac-12 with 14 total passes defended (7 INTs, 7 break-ups)in 2012 … set the Reser Stadium record with an 85-yard punt return for a touchdown against UCLA in 2011 – earning Pac-12 Special Teams Player of the Week and National Punt Returner of the Week by College Football Performance Awards … scored on a 51-yard interception return against BYU as a junior and a 49-yard INT TD return vs. BYU as a senior … registered his first multi-interception game with two at Arizona State as a junior … was one of eight true freshmen to play in 2009 … played for the Corvallis Knights, a summer wood bat baseball team for college eligible student-athletes, in 2010 ... played for USA Football’s 2009 Junior National Team … Oregon’s offensive and defensive player of the year at Astoria HS … in three years of varsity football, he accounted for 123 touchdowns … played in the East-West Shrine Game … four-year letterwinner in basketball and baseball … 2009 Cowapa League Player of the Year in basketball … all-state selection in baseball three times … All-Cowapa League selection twice … hit 12 home runs for the state championship baseball team as a freshman … one of just nine players honored as an American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings High School Gold Glove award winner … born April 25, 1991 in Dallas, Oregon … son of Faalaeo and Julie Poyer … his grandfather, Lynn Baxter, lettered in basketball at Oregon State in 1962 and 1964 … his father, Faalaeo, played tight end at Eastern New Mexico and his mother Julie played softball at Oregon State before transferring to Eastern New Mexico … selected the recipient of the Brian T. Meehan Oregon Baseball Player of the Year, as selected by The Oregonian.


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