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Jordan Meyers

Player Profile

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Harrison, Ohio

High School:
Harrison

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 220

Position:
LB

2007: Played in 10 games ... recorded 28 solo and 16 assisted tackles for a total of 44 ... Had four tackles for losses of 16 yards, including three sacks which ranked second on the team ... Forced one fumble ... Recorded career highs for solo tackles with nine and total tackles with nine against Louisiana-Lafayette.

2006: Was limited to seven games by injury ... Missed the Western Michigan and Illinois games with a thigh contusion ... Did not played in the last five regular season games because of a broken leg ... Despite his limited action, led the Bobcat non-starters with 27 tackles ... Made 3.5 tackles for loss ... Had his two best games at Rutgers and Missouri ... Made six stops, including 1.5 for loss, against the Scarlet Knights ... Had a career-best eight tackles versus the Tigers ... Made three tackles, including one behind the line, before being injured against Buffalo ... Came back for the GMAC Bowl game and made two solo tackles including a tackle for a loss.

2005: Played in nine games as a true freshman ... Recorded 21 tackles on the season ... Had a career-high six tackles against Ball State ... Named MAC East Division Special Teams Player of the Week after returning a blocked punt for a touchdown, and forcing and recovering a fumble on the opening kickoff at Bowling Green.

HIGH SCHOOL: A three-time All-Fort Ancient Valley Conference player at Harrison High School ... Also named FAVC Defensive Player of the Year ... Earned all-star distinction from the Southwest Ohio Football Coaches Association and Cincinnati Enquirer ... A second-team all-state selection ... Ranks second in school history in career tackles and first with 34 career tackles for a loss ... Recipient of the American Legion Americanism Award and the Scholastic Readers of America Award ... An honor roll student ... Earned letters in football and track and field.

PERSONAL: Undecided on major ... Son of Mark and Rhonda Meyers ... Brother, Curtis, is a sophomore defensive end for the Bobcats.