Data Scout Notes: 2013: POPOYC/P1stC/PPayton...2012: 11-13-12 PaytonAddition/P1stC
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Draft Scout Jamal Londry-Jackson News
09/21/13 - Marcus Cox gained the most critical of his game-high 149 yards with touchdown run from the 3 with less than 90 seconds remaining as Appalachian State avoided an upset loss at Elon, 31-21 on Saturday night. The Phoenix (1-3), who have not beaten Appalachian State since LBJ was in the White House, launched a furious rally in the game's late stages, scoring 21 unanswered points and closing to within 24-21 with 3:43 left. Elon's Mike Quinn started the rally in the final minute of the third quarter, hitting Kierre Brown for 5 yards. B.J. Bennett and Karl Bostick each rushed for TDs in the fourth.
Two quarterbacks combined for 404 yards passing and three TDs as Appalachian State (1-2) avoided an 0-3 start for the first time since 1993. Kameron Bryant passed for 199 yards and 2 TDs, Jamal Londry-Jackson added 205 yards and a TD. - AP Sports
09/02/13 - Appalachian State quarterback Jamal Londry-Jackson said he expects to play in the Mountaineers' home opener next Saturday after being knocked out of their first game. The senior, a Walter Payton Award candidate, told The Sports Network on Sunday that he hit the turf hard several times during the first half of ASU's season- opening loss at Montana Saturday night and a pinched nerve in his neck caused his left arm to go limp for a short period of time.
Londry-Jackson was taken out of the game late in the first half and did not return to action. ASU went on to lose the meeting of perennial FCS powers, 30-6. Londry-Jackson said he expects to play against North Carolina A&T next Saturday. "I will be ready for this upcoming week," he said. - The Sports Network
07/26/13 - 2013 SOCON PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): QB Jamal Londry-Jackson, Sr., Appalachian State...Londry-Jackson was a first-team all-conference honoree and a finalist for the Walter Payton Award (nation’s top NCAA Division I FCS player) as a junior last season. He led the SoCon and ranked seventh nationally last season in both passing yards (3,278) and total offense (3,606 yards). The 3,278 passing yards were just 13 yards shy of the school record of 3,291 set by two-time SoCon Player of the Year and Payton Award winner Armanti Edwards in 2009. - Appalachian State football
07/24/13 - 2013 SOCON PRESEASON OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR (COACHES): Jamal Londry-Jackson, Sr., QB, Appalachian State...Named to the 2013 Walter Payton Award Watch List earlier this summer, Londry-Jackson earned first-team all-conference honors in 2012 from the league’s head coaches and media. He led the Southern Conference and ranked 10th in the nation in total offense (300.5 ypg) as a junior and was 14th nationally in pass efficiency (146.96). Londry-Jackson also rushed for 328 yards and six touchdowns last year. - SoCon football
07/18/13 - 2013 WALTER PAYTON AWARD WATCH LIST: Jamal Londry-Jackson, Appalachian State Mountaineers, Quarterback, Senior...Londry-Jackson could hobble into Kidd Brewer Stadium in a knee brace and his teammates would be quick to line up behind him. The ASU quarterback position is highly decorated - the all-time greats include Armanti Edwards, the only two-time Walter Payton Award winner - but Londry-Jackson is as respected as a leader as any signal-caller to precede him.
He had offseason knee surgery to repair a torn ACL. If he returns to full strength, opponents will be hard-pressed to stop him. Last season, the Atlanta resident ranked first or second among Southern Conference quarterbacks in passing yards (3,278), passing yards per game (273.2), touchdown passes (21), passing efficiency (147.0) and total offense per game (300.5). He's a pro-style drop-back passer with terrific accuracy who isn't afraid to make plays with his legs. He finished 14th in the voting for the 2012 Payton Award. - The Sports Network