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Name: Brock Jensen 
College: North Dakota State     Number: 16
Height: 6-3   Weight: 223
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2014

40 Low: 4.65
   40 Time: 4.74
  40 High: 4.84
Projected Round:   Stock:   High: Shot Late  Low: PFA
Rated number 25 out of 103 QB's     464 / 2256 TOTAL
Combine Invite: 
Height: 6026
Weight: 223
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Dates: 03/12/14
Height: 6026
Weight: 223
40 Yrd Dash: 4.70
20 Yrd Dash: 2.77
10 Yrd Dash: 1.64
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 
Vertical Jump: 34
Broad Jump: 09'02"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.35
3-Cone Drill: 7.06

   40 Time Range: 4.70-4.77
 Data Scout Notes: **2013: OPOYC/AP3rd...P1stC/PPayton
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01/04/14 - Brock Jensen and North Dakota State got their perfect ending, capping a 15-0 season with a 35-7 victory over Towson on Saturday as the Bison claimed their straight FCS championship in coach Craig Bohl's final game at the school. Jensen threw a touchdown pass and was one of four North Dakota State players who ran for scores. The Bison joined Appalachian State as the only FCS teams to win three consecutive championships. They are the first undefeated champs at that level since Marshall in 1996, the year before the Thundering Herd moved to Division I. Bohl last month accepted the job as Wyoming's coach, but stayed with the Bison for their playoff run. He finished 104-32 in 11 seasons at North Dakota State, which has won 24 consecutive games to match the FCS record. - AP Sports
01/03/14 - 2013 ASSOCIATED PRESS FCS THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: QB Brock Jensen, North Dakota State, Sr.,...Has been selected Third Team All-Football Championship Subdivision for the 2013 college football season by the Associated Press. - North Dakota State football
01/03/14 - North Dakota State's Brock Jensen isn't often mentioned among the top quarterbacks in college football, or even his own division. His coach cites one quality that he believes will earn him a shot at the pros: Jensen wins. Jensen has won more games than any other quarterback in the history of the Football Championship Subdivision, formerly known as Division I-AA. He needs one more victory in this weekend's FCS title game against Towson to give the Bison their third straight national title. Yet Bison Nation was rankled earlier this month when Jensen was not among the finalists for the Walter Payton Award, which goes annually to the top offensive player in FCS. The award went to Jimmy Garoppolo of Eastern Illinois. The other finalists were quarterback Vernon Adams of Eastern Washington and running back Terrance West of Towson.

"The FCS all-time winning quarterback must not stack up against total yards," NDSU coach Craig Bohl said. "We're disappointed for Brock, but Brock has booked that and moved on. I wouldn't trade him. All those other guys? He's our guy." Jensen shows his interest in the debate with a shrug of the shoulders. Awards are for other people to decide, he says. He would rather talk about the team's quest for three straight FCS titles, which will be determined Saturday in Frisco, Texas. "It's the last game of the year. It's the championship. That's mainly where my focus is," he said. - AP Sports

12/21/13 - Brock Jensen says North Dakota State is not through with business. The senior threw three touchdown passes to help North Dakota State overpower New Hampshire 52-14 in the Football Championship Subdivision semifinals Friday night. The national champion Bison (14-0) advanced to the title game Jan. 4 in Frisco, Texas. "We're not satisfied yet," Jensen said. The Bison will play against the winner of the second semifinal Saturday between Eastern Washington and Towson. They are trying to match Appalachian State's string of three straight FCS crowns from 2005-07.

The Bison overcame two turnovers and a 7-0 deficit in the first 3 minutes to roll before a school playoff record-crowd of 18,694 fans at the Fargodome in the last home game for 24 seniors and head coach Craig Bohl, who's leaving for Wyoming after the championship game. Bohl downplayed the occasion. "We tried to park that because we're on a mission," the coach said. Jensen, the winningest quarterback in FCS history, threw touchdown passes to Zach Vraa, Derrick Lang and Kevin Vaadeland in the first half and scored a 1-yard keeper early in the second. He was a little less reserved than his coach about his final home game. "To be a part of this is so humbling. I'm at a loss for words really," Jensen said. "This place means so much to me. It means so much to all of our seniors." North Dakota State finished with a 509-184 advantage in total offense, including 195 yards rushing by John Crockett. Its defense forced three turnovers and scored a touchdown. - AP Sports

12/14/13 - Sam Ojuri rushed for 162 yards and two touchdowns as top-seeded North Dakota State crushed Coastal Carolina 48-14 in a FCS quarterfinal game Saturday. Brock Jensen completed 14 of 21 passes for 187 yards and two TDs as the two-time defending FCS national champion Bison (13-0) won their 22nd straight game. Jensen also ran for two TDs and 75 yards on 10 carries. The win comes less than one week after head coach Craig Bohl said he was leaving NDSU to coach Wyoming.

Coastal Carolina entered the game averaging 43 points and 491 yards of offense, but the Bison outgained the Chanticleers 624-281. Alex Ross passed for 185 yards and one touchdown for Coastal Carolina, but threw two picks as well. The Bison host the winner of Southeastern Louisiana and New Hampshire in the semifinals Friday. - AP Sports

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