Jake Rudock 15
Jake  Rudock

Class:
Graduate Student

Hometown:
Weston, Fla.

High School:
St. Thomas Aquinas

Last College:
University of Iowa

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 208

Position:
QB

Experience:
Gr.


04/30/2016

Rudock Joins Glasgow Following Sixth-Round Selection by Lions

Rudock Joins Glasgow Following Sixth-Round Selection by Lions

04/27/2016

Five Wolverines Named to NFF Hampshire Honor Society

Football Lands Five on NFF Hampshire Honor Society

01/20/2016

Five Former Wolverines to Play in Postseason All-Star Games

Five Former Football Players to Play in Postseason All-Star Games

01/01/2016

Stellar Seniors Lead Wolverines to Citrus Bowl Triumph

Stellar Seniors Lead Football to Citrus Bowl Triumph

11/20/2015

Kornacki: Rudock Keeps Moving On to Success

Kornacki: Rudock Keeps Moving On to Success

01/01/2016

Football Highlights: Michigan 41, Florida 7

Jake Rudock threw for three TDs, De'Veon Smith ran for 109 yards, Drake Johnson scored twice, and Jehu Chesson had 118 yards receiving as No. 17 U-M beat No. 19 Florida, 41-7, in the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl.

11/24/2015

Jake Rudock - Ironman of the Week

CAREER GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS

CAREER HIGHS

Passing
Attempts: 46 - Indiana, 2015
Completions: 33- Indiana, 2015
Yards: 440- Indiana, 2015
Long: 64- Indiana, 2015

At Michigan
• One-year letterman
• Appeared in 13 games, making 13 starts
• Earned Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors (Nov. 16)
• Became just the second Big Ten player in the last 20 years to throw for over 400 yards and six touchdowns in a game
• 2015 All-Big Ten honorable mention

Graduate Student (2015)
• Earned second varsity letter
• at UTAH (Sept. 3): Made his U-M debut and his first start as a Wolverine; Completed 27-of-43 pass attempts for 279 yards and two touchdowns, throwing three interceptions; Rushed for 11 yards on five carries
• Oregon State (Sept. 12): Completed 18-of-26 passes for 180 yards, throwing one interception
• UNLV (Sept. 19): Completed 14-of-22 passes for 123 yards and a touchdown, while throwing one interception
• BYU (Sept. 26): Completed 14-of-25 passes for 194 yards and a touchdown; Ran 10 times for 33 yards and two touchdowns
• at Maryland (Oct. 3): Connected on 16-of-32 passes for 180 yards and a touchdown, while throwing one interception
• Northwestern (Oct. 10): Completed 17-of-23 passes for 179 yards, adding a rushing touchdown
• Michigan State (Oct. 17): Connected on 15-of-25 passes for 168 yards
• at Minnesota (Oct. 31): Completed 13-of-21 passes for 140 yards with a touchdown and an interception
• Rutgers (Nov. 7): Completed 18-of-25 passes for a career-best 337 yards and two touchdowns; set a career-long with a 56-yard completion; Added a rushing touchdown
• at Indiana (Nov. 14): Completed 33-of-46 passes for 440 yards and six touchdowns; Set career-highs in completions, pass attempts, yards and touchdowns; Added a career-long completion of 64 yards; Ran seven times for 64 yards
• at Penn State (Nov. 21): Completed 25-of-38 passes for 256 yards, two touchdowns and one interception
• Ohio State (Nov. 28): Completed 19-of-32 passes for 263 yards and a touchdown
• Florida (Jan. 1): Completed 20-of-31 passes for 278 yards and three touchdowns

Career
• Two-year letterman at the University of Iowa
• Has started 25 games at quarterback
• Has completed 417-of-691 passes for 4,819 yards with 34 touchdowns and 18 touchdowns in his collegiate career
• Has also rushed the ball 134 times for 394 yards and eight touchdowns
• Ranks eighth all-time at Iowa in career passing touchdowns (34), passing yards (4,819 yards) and total offense (5,213)
• One of three FBS players since 2008 to pass and rush for four-plus touchdowns in their first four career games (Robert Griffin III, 2008; Johnny Manziel, 2012; Jake Rudock, 2013)
• 85-yard scoring pass at Ohio State in 2013 ranks as ninth-longest in school history.

Senior (2014)
• Academic All-Big Ten
• Earned second varsity letter
• Started 12 games
• Missed one game due to injury
• Completed 213-345 attempts for 2,436 yards and 16 touchdowns, with just five interceptions
• Also rushed 67 times for 176 yards and three touchdowns
• Ranked second in the Big Ten in completion percentage (61.7%), fourth in pass efficiency (133.5) and sixth in passing yards per game (203) and total offense (217.7)
• Had fewest interceptions (five) among Big Ten quarterbacks with 250 or more attempts
• Named to Manning Award and Unitas Golden Arm Award preseason watch lists
• Northern Iowa (Aug. 30): Started at quarterback and played every offensive down in 31-23 win over Northern Iowa as offense gained 401 yards total offense, completed career-best 31 attempts (31-41) for 250 yards and two scores vs. UNI, with no interceptions, rushed four times for 17 yards and was not sacked
• Ball State (Sept. 6): Started at quarterback in 17-13 win over Ball State as offense gained 455 yards total offense, completed 33-52 pass attempts for 322 yards and two touchdowns, with no turnovers, reaching career-highs in completions, attempts and passing yards, completed two 12-yard scoring strikes to rally Iowa to victory, both coming in the final three minutes, also led team in rushing vs. BSU with 36 yards on seven attempts
• Iowa State (Sept. 13): Started at quarterback in 20-17 loss to Iowa State, completed 16-24 pass attempts for 146 yards vs. ISU, with one interception, his first in three games, rushed 12 times for 39 yards and one touchdown vs. ISU
• at Pittsburgh (Sept.20): Started at quarterback in 24-20 win at Pittsburgh, but was injured in first half and did not play in final two quarters, completed 5-10 passes for 80 yards at Pitt, with a 13-yard scoring strike in the first period and one interception
• at Purdue (Sept. 27): Did not see action in 24-10 win at Purdue due to injury
• Indiana (Oct. 11): Started at quarterback in 45-29 win over Indiana as offense gained 426 yards total offense, completed 19-27 pass attempts for 210 yards and two scores vs. Indiana, with no interceptions, touchdown strikes covered 12 and 72 yards
• at Maryland (Oct. 18): Started at quarterback and played every offensive down in 38-31 loss at Maryland, completed 32-56 attempts for 317 yards and two touchdowns, with one interception at Maryland
• Northwestern (Nov.1): Started at quarterback in 48-7 win over Northwestern as offense gained 483 yards total offense, completed 12-19 pass attempts for 239 yards and one touchdown, with no interceptions vs. Northwestern, along with five rushing attempts for 11 yards
• at Minnesota (Nov. 8): Started at quarterback in 51-14 loss at Minnesota, completed 10-19 pass attempts for 89 yards at Minnesota, with one interception
• at Illinois (Nov. 15): Started at quarterback in 30-14 win at Illinois as offense rushed for 304 yards and gained 587 yards total offense, completed 14-21 passes for 210 yards and two touchdowns at Illinois, while rushing eight times for career-best 39 yards, scoring strikes covered one and six yards and his six-yard run resulted in his second rushing touchdown of the season
• Wisconsin (Nov. 22): Started at quarterback and played every offensive down in 26-24 loss to No. 14 Wisconsin as offense gained 412 yards total offense against the top-ranked defense in the nation, completed 20-30 pass attempts for 311 yards and two touchdowns vs. Wisconsin, while rushing seven times for 25 yards and one score, scoring strikes covered 20 and nine yards, while also scoring on a three-yard run
• Nebraska (Nov.28): Started at quarterback and played every offensive play in 37-34 overtime loss to Nebraska, completed 19-38 attempts for 230 yards and two touchdowns vs. Nebraska, with one interception, scoring strikes covered 37 and five yards, with second scoring pass giving Iowa a 31-28 advantage with 1:49 remaining in fourth quarter
• Tennessee (Jan. 2): Started at quarterback in 45-28 TaxSlayer Bowl loss to Tennessee, completed 2-8 pass attempts for 32 yards and gained 22 yards on two rushing attempts

Junior (2013)
• Academic All-Big Ten
• Named to CoSIDA/Capital One District VI Academic All-America team
• Earned first varsity letter
• Started all 13 games
• Completed 204-346 pass attempts for 2,383 yards and 18 touchdowns, with 13 interceptions
• Also rushed for 218 yards and five touchdowns on 67 attempts
• Ranked fifth in the Big Ten in total offense (208.7) and sixth in passing yards per game (190.1)
• Northern Illinois (Aug. 31): Started at quarterback for first career action in 30-27 opening loss to Northern Illinois, played every offensive down vs. NIU while completing 21-37 attempts for 256 yards and one touchdown, with two interceptions, also had four rushing attempts for 20 yards, scoring on a six-yard run in the second quarter
• Missouri State (Sept. 7): Started at quarterback and played every offensive down in 28-14 win over Missouri State as offense gained 491 yards total offense, completed 19-28 pass attempts for 193 yards, with one, also rushed seven times for 33 yards, scoring on runs of 6 and 2 yards for Iowa's first and final touchdowns
• at Iowa State (Sept. 14): Started at quarterback and played every offensive down in 27-21 win at Iowa State, completed 14-23 pass attempts for 160 yards and two touchdowns, with no interceptions, also rushed eight times for 10 yards and one touchdown, completed 5-yard scoring pass for 7-0 Iowa lead in second quarter and completed 26-yard scoring strike for 20-7 advantage in the third quarter, rushed for one-yard touchdown in fourth quarter to give Iowa 27-7 advantage
• Western Michigan (Sept. 21): Started at quarterback in 59-3 win over Western Michigan as offense gained 446 yards and rushed for over 200 yards in fourth straight game, completed 10-15 pass attempts for 134 yards and two touchdowns, with no interceptions, while rushing four times for 30 yards, scoring strikes covered 21 and 29 yards
• at Minnesota (Sept. 28): Started at quarterback and played every offensive down in 23-7 win at Minnesota as offense gained 464 yards total offense and rushed for over 200 yards in fifth straight outing, completed 15-25 pass attempts for 218 yards and one touchdown, with one interception, also rushed five times for 35 yards and a touchdown, scored on a four-yard run in the second quarter for 10-0 advantage and added 74-yard scoring toss later in the period for 17-0 advantage at halftime
• Michigan State (Oct. 5): Started at quarterback and played every offensive down in 26-14 loss to Michigan State, completed career-best 26-46 pass attempts for 241 yards and two touchdowns, with two interceptions, three rushing attempts for 11 yards vs. MSU as well, touchdown passes covered 47 and 10 yards
• at Ohio State (Oct. 19): Started at quarterback and played every offensive down in 34-24 loss at Ohio State, completed 19-34 attempts for 245 yards and three touchdowns, with one interception, at OSU, while rushing three times for eight yards, scoring passes covered 2, 6 and 85 yards, with the 85-yarder ranking as ninth longest scoring pass in school history
• Northwestern (Oct. 26): Started at quarterback and played every offensive down in 17-10 OT win over Northwestern, completed 19-27 attempts for 169 yards and a touchdown, with one interception vs. Northwestern, while rushing seven times for 22 yards, completed 14-yard pass on first down and eight-yard touchdown pass on third down as Iowa scored only points in overtime period
• Wisconsin (Nov. 2): Started at quarterback in 28-9 loss to Wisconsin, before leaving game in third quarter due to injury, completed 12-24 passes for 109 yards, with one interception, and gained 18 yards on four rushing attempts before injury, started at quarterback in 38-14 win at Purdue as offense rushed for 318 yards and gained 509 yards total offense
• at Purdue (Nov. 9): Completed 12-20 pass attempts for 191 yards and two touchdowns, with no interceptions, while also netting one rushing yard on four attempt, scoring strikes covered 22 and three yards
• Michigan (Nov 23): Started at quarterback and played every offensive down in 24-21 win over Michigan, completed 19-30 pass attempts for 239 yards and two touchdowns, with three interceptions, also rushed six times for 22 yards, scoring strikes covered five yards in first quarter and 55 yards in third quarter as Iowa rallied from 7-0 and 21-7 deficits
• at Nebraska (Nov. 29): Started at quarterback in 38-17 win at Nebraska, completed 9-15 pass attempts for 126 yards and two touchdowns at Nebraska, with no interceptions, and also rushed seven times for 13 yards before leaving game late in third period due to injury, scoring strikes covered 10 yards in the first period and 24 yards in the third period
• LSU (Jan. 1): Started at quarterback in 21-14 Outback Bowl loss to LSU, completed 9-22 pass attempts for 102 yards, with one interception, and rushed five times for minus-five yards before leaving game in third quarter

Sophomore (2012)
• Did not see game action.

Freshman (2011)
• Did not see game action
• Redshirted.

Prep
• Attended St. Thomas Aquinas coached by George Smith
• Led prep team to three regional state and national championships

Key Statistics
• Completed 157-242 pass attempts for 2,827 yards and 36 touchdowns, with three interceptions as a senior
• Completed 128-197 attempts for 1,945 yards and 34 touchdowns, with five interceptions as a junior
• Holds single-game school records for passing yards (333) and touchdowns (5)
• Holds single-season school records for passing yards (2,827), touchdown passes (36), pass completions (157), pass attempts (242), completion percentage (65%) and efficiency rating (210%)
• Holds career records for total yards (5,082), touchdown passes (73), completions (301), attempts (467), completion percentage (64%), efficiency rating (200%), wins as starting quarterback (31), state championships (3) and national titles (2)

Honors
• Named Broward County Player of the Year as a senior
• South Florida Player of the Year by South Florida Sun-Sentinel and Scion South Florida High School Football Show
• Named to All-Southern USA team
• Old Spice USA Player of the Year by USA Today
• Offensive Player of the Year by Miami Herald
• First team all-county by South Florida Sun Sentinel and Miami Herald
• Player of the Year nominee as a junior and second team all-county by South Florida Sun Sentinel and Miami Herald
• Three-time Player of the Week by South Florida Sun-Sentinel
• First team all-state by 4Quartersonline.com, FloridaHighSchoolFootball.com and SunState Football
• All-State Finals First team
• Named team Most Valuable Player and St. Thomas Aquinas Most Athletic Award
• Earned Bidwell Family Offensive Player of the Year Award from Brian Piccolo Chapter, National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame
• National Honor Society members
• 2010 United States Marine Corps honoree
• Courage and Commitment Award
• 2010 Florida High School Athletic Association Orange Bowl Committee Scholar Athlete Award
• 2010-11 Brian Piccolo Chapter National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete Award
• Miami Herald Scholar Athlete Award

Other Sports
• Also lettered in baseball, playing shortstop and first base
• Named to all-district first team in baseball as a senior
• Additional baseball awards as a senior include Team Scholar Athlete Award, Gold Glove Award and team Most Valuable Player
• Member of youth baseball team that twice won both Florida and national titles.

Personal
• Jake Rudock was born on January 21, 1993
• Son of Kathy and Bob Rudock
• Graduated from the University of Iowa with a degree in interdepartmental studies-multidisciplinary sciences.

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