Jason Beck Athlete Profile

#7 Jason Beck

Jason Beck
Position: Quarterback Height: 6-2 Weight: 201 Roster Years: 2004-2006 Hometown: Oxnard, CA Last School: College of the Canyons

Personal

Served an LDS Church mission to Denver, Colo. ... transferred to College of the Canyons from Ventura JC ... clocked at 4.7 seconds in the 40-yard dash ... wife, Jamie, is a member of the BYU women's soccer team ... parents are John and Mary Beck.

Before BYU

Led College of the Canyons to an 11-1 overall record as a sophomore, including a 10-0 regular-season finish ... posted a 7-0 record in Western States Conference Northern Division play ... tied as the top-ranked junior college in the state of California ... led the Cougars to a No. 4 national junior college ranking ... earned unanimous All-Western States Conference first-team honors in 2003 ... threw for 2,052 yards as a sophomore, including 1,681 yards during the regular season ... he completed 179 of 231 attempts for a 77.5 completion percentage with only three interceptions ... credited with 12 of the Cougars' 17 touchdown completions on the season ... ranked third on the Canyons' roster with 36 points, including six touchdown carries ... ranked as the Cougars' third leading rusher, racking up 430 yards on 107 carries during the season ... averaged 4.02 yards per carry ... recorded a season-high 319 yards passing on 17-of-24 attempts in the Cougars' 44-10 rout of Ventura ... also posted a season-high 73 yards rushing on seven carries in the Cougars' win over Ventura -- the team's eighth straight win of the season ... a Junior College Academic All-American.

Stats

YEAR GM COMP ATT INT PCT YDS TD LONG AVG/G
Passing
2004 1 23 46 3 50.0 232 0 23 232.0
TOTAL 1 23 46 3 50.0 232 0 23 232.0

            


2004 | Medical Redshirt Year

Pressed into action against Stanford midway through the first quarter ... completed 23-of-46 attempts for 232 yards against the Cardinal ... battled an arm injury throughout the season ... received a medical redshirt following the season.

2005 | Junior Year

Did not compete in any games during the 2005 season.