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Jordy Nelson - WR - Green Bay Packers



The latest stats, facts, news, photos and notes on Jordy Nelson - Wide Receiver of the Green Bay Packers drafted in 2008.

Position: WR
College: Kansas State
Drafted: # 36 Green Bay Packers (2008 RD2)
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 217 lbs
Forty Time: 4.509

Will have to fight for playing time as Packers are deep at wide receiver.
College Stats:
2007
Rec 122
Yds 1,606
Avg13.2
TD 11
Long 68 vs KU
2006
2006
Rec-39
Yds-547
Avg-14.0
TD-1
Long-74 vs CU
2005
Rec-45
Yds-669
Avg-14.9
TD-8
Long-80 vs TTU

College Career Highlights:
2007 - A consensus All-American who was named to nine first team All-America squads,Set 11 different K-State receiving records during monster 2007 season, Swept first team All-Big 12 honors from the Associated Press, the league’s coaches, Rivals.com, the Kansas City Star and the Waco Tribune-Herald,One of three finalists for the Biletnikoff Award, Holds K-State’s single-season reception records with 122 catches and 1,606 yards, Holds the school record for 100-yard receiving games in a season with 8, Broke the Big 12 record for receptions by a senior in a single-season, Finished career second in school history for receptions with 206 and yardage with 2,822, Broke school record for receptions in a game against Missouri State and Fresno State with 15, Caught one touchdown and also threw for another against the Bears.

2006 - Appeared in all 13 games, starting nine, despite struggling with injuries all season long, 39 catches for 547 yards and a touchdown, completed a 28-yard pass against Texas, Came up big in the Texas Bowl vs. Rutgers with four receptions for 81 yards, including catches of 33 and 31 yards

2005- Started all 11 games, Earned second team All-Big 12 honors from the Kansas City Star, honorable mention All-Big 12 accolades from the coaches and The Associated Press, Selected as K-State’s most improved offensive player, Led the Wildcats in both receptions (45), receiving yards (669) and receiving touchdowns (8), 45 receptions were the second most ever by a Wildcat sophomore, Became the only K-State receiver in school history to catch a TD pass in each of the first seven games of a season, Hauled in first career touchdown (seven yards) in first-ever start vs. Florida International

2004 - Did not see any playing time as a member of the secondary

2003 - Redshirted

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