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Jake Elliott
K #3
Height:
5-9
Weight:
167
Age:
22
College:
Memphis
Hometown:
Western Springs, IL
Experience:
R

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Bio

Four-year starter at kicker … Graduates from the University of Memphis with a bachelor’s degree in marketing management May 6, 2017 … Finished career as one of the top kickers and most-decorated players in school history His 445 points rank among FBS’ all-time top-10 scoring by a kicker … School’s record-holder for consecutive PAT made with 202 straight ... Also holds school’s all-time scoring record with 445 points (202 PAT/81 FG) … Moved past Stephen Gostkowski (369 points) and DeAngelo Williams (362) to take the program’s all-time scoring mark ... First on career chart for most points by kicking ... Became only second player in program history to lead team in scoring all four seasons, joining former kicker John Butler (1986-89) in that club ... Holds Memphis kicking all-time kicking records for points kicking (445 points), PAT made (202), PAT attempts (202), FG made (81) and FG attempts (104) ... First in school history in FG percentage (77.9; 81-of-104) ... Holds school record for longest FG with his 56-yarder at USF in 2013 ... Has kicked four of the five longest FG in program history, including the top four (56, 54, 53, 53) ... Of his 330 kickoffs, 210 were touchbacks (63.6 percent) ... Career kickoff yardage average is 63.7 yards.

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