Updated: November 28
2012: Carried the ball twice for nine yards against Rutgers (11/17)...totaled 32 rushing yards and 14 through the air vs. Syracuse (11/03) ... rushed once against Toledo (10/20)...had a one-yard touchdown run vs. Fordhamn (10/12) ... ran for eight yards against Miami (OH) (10/06).
2011: Played in seven games, seeing action at quarterback in the wildcat package and on special teams ... rushed 22 times for 135 yards and a touchdown, completing 2-of-4 passes fr 10 yards ... ran four times for 36 yards and a touchdown against Austin Peay ... carried five times for 17 yards against Akron ... ran the ball once for five yards against Louisville ... set a career-best with 77 yards on eight carries at Syracuse ... also had a career-long 48-yard run that ended up on the goal line ... was 2-of-3 for 10 yards passing.
2010 (Cincinnati): Sat out due to NCAA transfer regulations but was part of the scout team in practice.
2009 (Georgia Tech): Redshirted as a true freshman... often imitated the next week's opposing quarterback for the scout team ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll for 2009-10.
Center Grove High School: Scout.com 4-star recruit... No. 26 QB in the nation (Scout.com) and No. 22 QB (ESPN.com)... a top-10 dual threat quarterback (Scout and Rivals)... Offense/Defense All-American and National Player of the Year... finalist for Indiana's Mr. Football Award and the Gatorade Player of the Year in 2008... earned all-conference, all-county, all-metro and Indianapolis Star Super Team honors as a senior... was all-county, all-conference and honorable mention all-state as a junior... led Center Grove HS to a state championship in 2008, rallying team from a 19-point deficit, earning MVP honors... 2008 statistics: 46-for-85 passing for 941 yards, two interceptions, and 14 touchdowns; rushed for 622 yards on 84 carries in the Wing-T offense... set school record for touchdown passes in a season and career, career completions and career completion percentage.. 2007 statistics: helped team to a 9-2 record, completed 60 percent of his passes for 756 yards and 12 touchdowns with no interceptions... also rushed for 475 yards and 13 touchdowns... set school record for single-season completion percentage... coached by Eric Moore, earning three varsity letters as a quarterback and wide receiver.. also ran track (sprinter) for four years... career statistics: 220-of-350 passing for 2,670 yards, 36 touchdowns and seven interceptions... rushed for 1,646 yards and 36 TDs on 215 attempts.
Personal: Son of William and Michelle Luallen... given name is Jordan William Luallen... born Nov. 15, 1990 in Greenwood, Ind... has two older siblings, Whitney and Kelsey... wants to be a college football coach... began playing flag football at age six... heavily involved with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes... has served on two church missions, including a trip to Nicaragua... considering a major in science, technology and culture, or economics.