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Name: Jake Luton (+) Coming off 09-16-17 Back INJ
College: Oregon State     Number: 6
Height: 6-6   Weight: 230
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2020

40 Time: 5.12

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Rated number 999 out of 100 QB's      9999 / 1399 TOTAL
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Weight: 230
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 2017 Season

  Played in the first four games of the season, starting each, before missing the final eight due to an injury suffered against Washington State...Completed 83-of-135 (61.4 percent) pass attempts for 853 yards and four touchdowns with four interceptions. Ran for 27 yards on 17 attempts...Made his OSU debut against Colorado State, and passed for 304 yards and two touchdowns on 27-of-47 passing. Threw the first touchdown of the FBS season, connecting with Timmy Hernandez...Passed for 235 yards and one touchdown, completing 18-of-25 attempts, in the win over Portland State...Connected on 22-of-35 passes against Washington State, finishing with 179 yards.

 2015 Season

  Originally signed with the Vandals...Played in four games as a redshirt freshman in 2015...Completed 49-78 passes for 383 yards and one touchdown for the Vandals and also ran for five TDs...Used his redshirt season as a true freshman in 2014.

 Junior College

  Named a Junior College All-American...Considered a consensus three-star junior college quarterback...Ranked among the ESPN top JC 50 recruits...Ranked in Scout’s JuCo Top 100...Set Ventura College school-records – both season and career – with 3,551 passing yards and passing touchdowns with 40 scores in 2016...Rushed for 175 yards and six touchdowns in 2016...Named the National Conference Offensive Player of the Year...Led Ventura to the postseason in his only season.

 High School

  Led the Tomahawk’s to the Wesco 3A league championship as a senior...Completed 7-9 passes for 137 yards and three touchdowns in the championship game becoming the school’s top passer ever...Threw for over 1,300 yards and picked up 450 on the ground as a junior...Two-time all-area and all-conference selection...Three-year starter at quarterback...Earned three letters as a pitcher/outfielder on the baseball diamond...Named to the all-state team at pitcher and outfield...Three-time all-conference outfielder.

 Personal

  Born April 11, 1996 in Everett, Wash...Son of Judd and Heather Luton...Has three brothers, Jordan, Jace and Jaxxon...Enjoys camping, hiking and playing with his dog...Majoring in sociology.

 
 Draft Scout Player News
01/11/19 - Oregon State quarterback Jake Luton has been granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA. Luton has started in just nine games for the Beavers since his first season in 2017 because of injuries. That year he missed eight games with a spine injury, then last season he missed all or parts of seven games with an ankle sprain. NCAA rules allow players who have redshirted in their first year to be granted an extension if they play in four games or less in a season, as Luton did in 2017. In his time with the Beavers, the 6-foot-7 junior college transfer has passed for 2,513 yards and 14 touchdowns. He earned Pac-12 Player of the Week honors last season following a come-from behind overtime victory over Colorado that snapped a 22-game losing streak on the road. Luton redshirted his freshman year at Idaho in 2014, transferring to Ventura College in Idaho following the 2015 season. - AP College Football
10/29/18 - OCT 19 PAC-12 OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Jake Luton, Sr., QB, Oregon State (Marysville, Wash.),...Led Oregon State to a 28-point comeback win over Colorado, defeating the Buffaloes 41-34 in overtime as he completed 28 of 39 pass attempts for 310 yards and 3 TDs in the second half and overtime...He did not see action in the first half and it was his first appearance in a game since Sept. 15 at Nevada...The win tied for the biggest comeback in Oregon State history, and the third-biggest comeback in Pac-12 history...Oregon State was a combined 9-for-15 on third down in the second half and overtime after going 2-for-9 on third down in the first half...Luton now has two 300-yard passing games; the first came in his first career appearance at Oregon State, in the 2017 season opener at Colorado State. Also Nominated: J.J. Taylor, RB, ARIZ; Eno Benjamin, RB, ASU; K.D. Nixon, WR, COLO; KJ Costello, QB, STAN; Jack Sears, QB, USC; Zack Moss, RB, UTAH; Gardner Minshew II, QB, WSU. - Pac-12 Football
09/24/18 - QB Jake Luton missed last week's game because of an ankle injury suffered at Nevada. Coach Jonathan Smith is "hopeful" he'll return for the Arizona State game and give the Beavers the two-headed passing attack that helped them throw for a combined 748 yards against Southern Utah and Nevada.
10/10/17 - QB Jake Luton has begun attending practices, though the Oregon State starter is still far from participating in workouts, if that ever happens this season. Luton has missed the past two games after suffering a thoracic spine fracture. He still maintains he will play this season, which seemingly is very questionable.
09/19/17 - Oregon State quarterback Jake Luton is back with the Beavers after taking a scary hit in their loss to Washington State and being removed from the field on a stretcher. The school tweeted Saturday night that Luton had been released from Pullman Regional Hospital and returned to Corvallis. Luton had movement in all of his extremities, but after the game Oregon State coach Gary Andersen did not have an update on Luton's condition. According to The Oregonian , Luton's father, Judd, posted on Facebook that his son had a "probable thoracic spine fracture." Luton himself tweeted his thanks for the messages of support. Luton was injured when he was hit awkwardly by Washington State safety Jalen Thompson at the end of a 9-yard run early in the fourth quarter. - AP College Football

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