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Jordan Fredrick
Jordan Fredrick

Class:
RS Junior

Hometown:
Madison, Wis.

High School:
Memorial

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 210

Position:
WR

Experience:
2L

HONORS AND AWARDS
2012:
Academic All-Big Ten

2013: Earned second letter, playing in all 13 games with five starts... saw action in the Capital One Bowl against South Carolina on Jan. 1... tallied a tackle vs. Penn State on Nov. 30 ... made one catch for five yards at Minnesota on Nov. 23 ... saw action vs. Indiana on Nov. 16 ... caught one pass for 15 yards vs. BYU on Nov. 9 ... saw action at Iowa on Nov. 2 and at Illinois on Oct. 19 ... caught two passes for 20 yards vs. Northwestern on Oct. 12 ... saw action at Ohio State on Sept. 28 and vs. Purdue on Sept. 21 ... recorded two catches for 26 yards at Arizona State on Sept. 14 ... made three catches for 31 yards vs. Tennessee Tech on Sept. 7 ... had one catch for 19 yards against UMass on Aug. 31

2012: Earned first letter, playing in all 14 games with five starts ... recorded one catch for 4 yards and his first career touchdown against Stanford in the Rose Bowl on Jan. 1 ... saw time in the Big Ten Championship game against Nebraska on Dec. 1 ... recorded two catches for 28 yards at Penn St on Nov. 24 ... tallied two catches for 18 yards against Ohio State on Nov. 17 ... had one reception for eight yards at Indiana on Nov. 10 ... recorded an 18-yard reception against Michigan State on Oct. 27 ... caught one pass for 12 yards against Minnesota on Oct. 20 ... started at Purdue on Oct. 13 ... recorded a six-yard catch against Illinois on Oct. 6 ... made three catches for 27 yards at Nebraska on Sept. 29 ... recorded one catch for eight yards against UTEP on Sept. 22 ... made one catch for 17 yards against Utah State on Sept. 15 ... recorded one catch for 11 yards at Oregon State Sept. 8 ... made first career start and caught two passes for 39 yards in his Badger debut against Northern Iowa on Sept. 1

2011: Redshirt season

High School: Three-star recruit by ESPN/Scouts Inc., Rivals and Scout ... ranked as the No. 62 linebacker in the nation by Scout, the No. 87 safety by ESPN/Scouts Inc. and the 10th-best player in the state of Wisconsin by Rivals ... over his career, caught 113 passes for 1,216 yards and 15 touchdowns, made 163 tackles with 14 interceptions, four defensive touchdowns, 50 passes defended and five tackles for loss ... in senior season, named first-team all-state by the A.P. and honorable mention all-state by WFCA after making 40 catches for 516 yards and six touchdowns and posting 65 tackles, three interceptions, five tackles for loss, eight passes defended and 2.5 sacks ... also returned 12 kicks for 289 yards and one touchdown ... first-team all-region, all-area, all-city and all-conference as linebacker and wide receiver ... All-City Offensive Player of the Year and unanimous pick as Big 8 Conference Outside Linebacker of the Year ... as a junior, named first-team all-state by the A.P. and WFCA, first-team all-region, all-area, all-city and all-conference ... unanimous pick for Big 8 Conference Defensive Back of the Year ... on the season, had 50 receptions for 500 yards and nine touchdowns, and, on defense, recorded 62 tackles with 23 passes defended, nine interceptions (including three in one game to set a school record) and three defensive touchdowns (a single-season school record) ... in sophomore year, caught 23 passes for 200 yards and made 36 tackles with two interceptions, one touchdown, 19 passes defended and two fumble recoveries ... lettered in football three times and once in basketball and track and field ... member of school's honor roll in 2009

Personal: Parents are Craig and Andree Fredrick ... father, Craig, played football at Wisconsin (1979-81) ... grandfather, Fred Kubsch, played football at Marquette (1954-56) ... grandfather, Ron Einerson, played basketball at UW-Platteville (1951-52, 54-56) ... uncle, Mike Radke, played basketball at UW-Eau Claire (1980-83) ... hobbies are basketball and golf ... volunteered at youth football and basketball camps and at Captains Club ... double business major in finance and management and human resources

Career Receiving Statistics
Season GP/GS Rec. Yds. TD Yds/Rec
Long
2012 14/5 17 196 1 11.5 20
2013 13/5 10 106 0 10.6 19
Totals 27/10 27 302 1 11.2 20

Game-by-Game Receiving (Rec.-Yds., TD)
2012 SEASON: Northern Iowa (2-39); at Oregon State (1-11), Utah State (1-17); UTEP (1-8); at Nebraska (3-27); Illinois (1-6); Minnesota (1-12); Michigan State (1-18); at Indiana (1-8); Ohio State (2-18); at Penn St (2-28); vs. Stanford (1-4, 1)

2013 SEASON: UMass (1-19); Tennessee Tech (3-31); at Arizona State (2-16); Northwestern (2-20); BYU (1-15); at Minnesota (1-5)

Career Game Highs
Receptions 3 vs. Tennessee Tech, Sept. 7, 2013
Receiving Yards 39 vs. Northern Iowa, Sept. 1, 2012
Receiving Touchdowns 1 vs Stanford, Jan. 1, 2013
Long Reception 20 vs. Northern Iowa, Sept. 1, 2012
2013 Game Highs
Receptions 3 vs. Tennessee Tech, Sept. 7
Receiving Yards 31 vs. Tennessee Tech, Sept. 7
Receiving Touchdowns N/A
Long Reception 19 vs. UMass, Aug. 31

ON WISCONSIN
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