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Jadrian Alexander Clark

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Jadrian Clark
No. 3 – New Yorker Lions
Position:Quarterback
Personal information
Born: (1994-04-22) April 22, 1994 (age 26)
Indianapolis, Indiana
Height:6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Weight:220 lb (100 kg)
Career information
High school:Lakeland High School (FL)
College:Weber State University
Career history
  • New Yorker Lions (2018–present)
  • Kirchdorf Wildcats (2017–2018)

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Jadrian Alexander Clark (born April 22, 1994) is an American Football Quarterback (No. 3) for the New Yorker Lions of the German Football League. In college, he played for the Weber State University wildcats of the Big Sky Conference.

Early life[edit]

Raised in Lakeland, Florida, Clark attended Lakeland High School. During his high school career, Clark played quarterback for the men's varsity football team as well as playing basketball, baseball and running track.

College career[edit]

Clark originally committed to the University of Cincinatti. Clark then de-committed and began to evaluate his options after Butch Jones left Cincinnati to become the Head Coach of the University of Tennessee. He was then recruited by Head Coach Jody Sears and Offensive Coordinator Justin Rascati to Weber State University.

Jadrian finished his career at Weber State in 2016 by earning Third Team All-Big Sky honors. He played in 33 career games with the Wildcats and finished his career as one of the top quarterbacks in Weber State history. He ended his career third in Weber State history in career total offense with 6,568 yards. He also finished his career ranked fourth in career passing with 5,810 yards. He threw for 40 career touchdowns and rushed for 758 yards and five more touchdowns. The 758 rushing yards is the second most by a WSU quarterback.

2016 (Senior) Earned Big Sky All-Conference honors for the first time in his career as he was named to the All-Conference third team...Served as one of WSU’s team captains during the season, helping Weber State to a 7-5 record, a third-place finish in the Big Sky Conference and its first trip to the FCS Playoffs in seven years...Started all 12 games at quarterback and had one of the top seasons in WSU history...Finished the year 265-431 passing for 3,028 yards and 23 touchdowns...He became the ninth player in WSU history to pass for over 3,000 yards in a season...The 23 passing touchdowns is tied for the fifth most in a season...Finished the season third in the Big Sky in passing yards per game at 252.3...Passed for more than 200 yards in nine of the 12 games this year and had at least 300 yards three times...Had a career-high 416 yards passing with four touchdowns in the win at Southern Utah...The 416 yards ranks as the 13th most in a game in WSU history...Also had four passing touchdowns in the win over Montana State...Threw at least one touchdown in 11 of the 12 games and had at least two TD’s in eight games...Was ninth in the conference in pass efficiency at 131.6...Also ranked third in the Big Sky in total offense with 3,321 yards for an average of 276.8 yards per game...Had 102 rushing attempts for 293 yards and two touchdowns...The 3,321 yards of total offense ranks as the sixth most in a season in WSU history...Had a season-high 77 yards rushing, including a 50-yard run against Portland State...Had 456 yards of total offense against Southern Utah, the eighth most in a game in WSU history...Also had 451 yards against Sacramento State, the 11th most in a game all-time.

2015 (Junior) Started all 11 games at quarterback for the Wildcats and helped lead WSU to a 6-5 overall record, its best record in five seasons...Finished the season passing for 1,875 yards and 10 touchdowns...Ranked seventh in the Big Sky in passing yards per game at 170.5...Was also eighth in the conference in total offense at 194.5 yards a game and was 10th in pass efficiency at 104.6...Finished the season 160-314 passing for 51 percent pass completion...Threw for over 200 yards four times during the season with a career-high 290 yards passing at Northern Arizona...Also threw for 273 yards and three touchdowns in a win over North Dakota and 246 yards against Sacramento State...Had touchdown passes in seven games...Had 85 rushing attempts for 265 yards and one touchdown...Rushed for a career-high 59 yards against Northern Arizona...Also had three receptions for 48 yards, including a 26-yard reception for a touchdown in WSU’s home opening win over Sacramento State...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors for the second time in his career as a Business Administration major.

2014 (Sophomore) Played in six games during the season and started the final five games at quarterback for the Wildcats...Finished the year 57-of-109 passing for 902 yards and had seven touchdowns...Also ran 32 times for 179 yards and two touchdowns...Recorded 1,081 yards of total offense, second most on the team...Came in late in the game at nationally ranked Montana State and threw for 142 yards...Threw for over 200 yards in WSU’s two wins...Had 235 yards and three touchdowns at North Dakota and 251 yards and three touchdowns against Northern Colorado...Ran for a career-high 122 yards and two touchdowns against Northern Arizona...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors in Business Administration/Finance.

2013 (Freshman) Saw action in four games as a red shirt freshman for the Wildcats...Played against Utah, Utah State, Cal Poly and Montana...Finished the season 2 of 6 passing for five yards...Had two completions at Cal Poly...Also had four rushing attempts for 21 yards, with a long run of 13 yards at Utah State.

2012 Sat out the season as a red shirt after signing with Weber State in February 2012.

Lakeland High School Played for coach Bill Castle at Lakeland High School...Earned Second Team All-County honors as a junior...In one game during junior season he passed for 302 yards and four touchdowns in just one half of a game...Earned Second Team preseason All-State honors as a senior.

References[edit]

https://weberstatesports.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=2793

http://www.americanfootballinternational.com/braunschewig-new-yorker-lions-sign-weber-state-qb-jadrian-clark/

http://www.standard.net/Weber-State/2017/05/31/Same-name-different-team-Jadrian-Clark-football-career-continues-in-Germany

http://www.kirchdorf-wildcats.de/2017/02/10/neuer-spielmacher-fuer-die-wildcats/

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