Data Scout Notes: 2014: PLott...2013: HMC...PThorpe...2012: HMC
Jordan Richards/Stanford football Videos
*Automated search based on player first/last name, college team name, football, 3 loading panels, click video to view in full size on this page, watch or fast forward one full video, or open player with red arrow to choose more cuts at the bottom of the big video screen. Click "I'm done watching this" blue link at the top of video to close screen. If available/HQ changes video quality.
Draft Scout Jordan Richards News
06/27/14 - Other Stanford prospects worth watching: SS Jordan Richards, Senior...Richards has enjoyed a productive career for the Cardinal, racking up post-season all-conferences honors after each of the past two seasons. He has good agility and gets his hands on a lot of passes (22 PBUs over his career) but must do a better job of fighting through blocks and making reliable tackles in the open field to overcome his lack of ideal size. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
05/22/14 - 2014 LOTT IMPACT TROPHY WATCH LIST: Jordan Richards, S, Stanford...Richards, a strong safety and Capital One Academic All-America second team honoree during his junior campaign, made 69 tackles in 14 games last season. Richards added three interceptions and three pass breakups. - Stanford football
12/03/13 - 2013 ALL-PAC-12 HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): DB Jordan Richards, Jr.,...Richards has 61 tackles and three interceptions. - Stanford football
10/21/13 - WEEK 8 PAC-12 DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Stanford safety Jordan Richards, a junior from Folsom, Calif., intercepted two passes, broke up another pass and recorded a team-leading 10 tackles as Stanford rebounded after its first loss of the season to take down No. 9 UCLA 24-10 on Saturday afternoon. Both of Richardsí interceptions set up Stanford touchdowns, which proved to be the difference in the game. It was his first multi-interception game of his career. Also nominated for defensive player of the week honors were defensive linemen Sione Tuihalamka of Arizona, Will Sutton of Arizona State, Scott Crichton of Oregon State, Leonard Williams of USC and Trevor Reilly of Utah; and safety Randall Goforth of UCLA. - Pac-12 football
10/19/13 - Tyler Gaffney churned out 171 yards on 36 carries and the Stanford defense took care of the rest as the No. 13 Cardinal knocked No. 9 UCLA from the unbeaten ranks with a 24-10 victory over the Bruins at Stanford Stadium on Saturday afternoon. No. 13 Stanford improved to 6-1 overall and 4-1 in the Pac-12 following last week's loss to unranked Utah. No. 9 UCLA (5-1, 2-1) has more work ahead as it faces Oregon in Eugene, Ore., next Saturday.
Heading into the game, UCLA ranked fifth in the nation in total offense and seventh in scoring, averaging 45.8 points. But the Bruins were shut out in the first half, and their 10 points Saturday were 24 points fewer than their previous season low. Stanford outgained UCLA 419-266.
UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley, who entered the game ninth in the country in total offense, was 24-for-39 for 192 yards passing, one touchdown and two interceptions, while Stanford's Kevin Hogan was 18-for-25 for 227 yards, one score and one interception. Jordan Richards had both of Stanford's interceptions, and his pick at the UCLA 32-yard line with 2:40 left sealed the win. Stanford led 17-10 at that point, and Stanford turned it into a touchdown on Gaffney's 4-yard scoring run with 1:42 to make it 24-10. - The Sports Xchange