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Jordan Devey
OL #69
Height:
6-6
Weight:
317
College:
Memphis
Experience:
0
Offensive Line
YearTeamGGS
TOTAL 3 3
2014 NE 3 3

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Biography

Download 2011 Bio Update Jordan Devey signed with the Ravens as a rookie free agent on 5/3/13…Started all 24 games of his two-year career with the Tigers, playing on every snap, which included 1,558 plays…Started and appeared in both guard and tackle positions on both sides of the offensive line throughout his career…Started at LG for the East team at the 2013 East-West Shrine Game…Started all 12 games (10 at LT and two at LG) with Memphis as a senior in 2012, serving as a member of head coach Justin Fuente’s Leadership Council…

Download 2011 Bio Update Jordan Devey signed with the Ravens as a rookie free agent on 5/3/13…Started all 24 games of his two-year career with the Tigers, playing on every snap, which included 1,558 plays…Started and appeared in both guard and tackle positions on both sides of the offensive line throughout his career…Started at LG for the East team at the 2013 East-West Shrine Game…Started all 12 games (10 at LT and two at LG) with Memphis as a senior in 2012, serving as a member of head coach Justin Fuente’s Leadership Council…Named second-team All-Conference USA and earned the Tigers’ DeAngelo Williams Most Valuable Player Award…Also selected to Phil Steele’s Postseason All-Conference USA second team…Started the first five games of the season at LT…Played in three different positions (LT, LG and RG) in victories over Rice and UAB…Appeared in more than 70 plays four times during the season, including a season-high 84 plays against Marshall…Blocked for a ground game that averaged 151.8 yards per contest and scored 18 rushing TDs…Scored the only TD of his career after recovering a RB Jai Steib fumble in the end zone at Marshall…Started all 12 games (five at RT, one at RG and six at LT) as a junior in 2011 after transferring to Memphis from Snow College (Ephraim, UT)…Played in all 786 snaps of the season, appearing in 60 or more snaps in eight contests…Played a career-high 87 snaps in his first collegiate start against Mississippi State…Played for two seasons (2009-10) at Snow College…Transitioned to LT in 2010 and was named the team’s Offensive Player of theYear, while earning All-Region and All-Conference honors…Recorded 37 “pancake” blocks and did not allow a sack that season, while the offense averaged more than 40 points per game…Also blocked for two QBs that each surpassed the 1,200-yard mark and helped the Snow Badgers’ RBs record 10 100-yard performances en route to a 10-2 record and a victory in the Top of the Mountains Bowl…Started every game at LG during his freshman campaign in 2009…Majored in accounting... Attended American Fork (UT) HS, where he did not play football after suffering from Osgood-Schlatter Disease in junior high…Participated in baseball for the Cavemen…Turned down several music scholarships after performing as a tuba player in the high school band in order to serve a two-year LDS church mission in Costa Rica...Last name pronounced: DEH-vee.

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