Justin Jory Athlete Profile

#41 Justin Jory

Justin Jory
Position: Tight End Height: 6-2 Weight: 245 Roster Years: 2000-2003 Hometown: Mountlake Terrace, WA Last School: Shorecrest High School

Personal

Parents are James Jory and Paula De Joshua ... one of nine children ... transfer from Walla Walla CC ... graduated from BYU in 2003 ... will attend law school during the 2003 season ... served an LDS Church mission in Florianopolis, Brazil ... married to the former Andrea Blake ... has a son.

At BYU

In 2001: Lettered as a junior ... missed the first six games of the season after breaking his leg during two-a-days ... saw action in seven games at tight end and on special teams.

In 2000: Lettered in his first season at BYU ... saw action as a special teams performer.

Before BYU

A member of the National Honor Society ... a National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete ... a four-year letterwinner at Shorecrest HS ... led team to a 10-3 record as a senior ... earned defensive player-of-the-year honors ... a first-team all-league tight end ... earned second-team all-league honors as a linebacker ... scored the game-winning touchdown to give Shorecrest HS its first playoff victory in 13 seasons ... also lettered in basketball.

Other College

Lettered as a freshman at Walla Walla CC ... started at tight end and slot back for the Warriors.




2000 | Sophomore Year

Lettered in his first season at BYU ... saw action as a special teams performer.

2001 | Junior Year

Lettered as a junior ... missed the first six games of the season after breaking his leg during two-a-days ... saw action in seven games at tight end and on special teams.

2003 | Senior Year

A 2003 Academic All-MWC selection...credited with 17 receptions for 213 yards on the season...scored his first-career touchdown against Colorado State...credited with a career-long 46-yard reception against Notre Dame...credited with a season-high four receptions in two different games, including four receptions for 24 yards in the Cougars' 24-13 win over Georgia Tech on four receptions for 32 yards in BYU's 27-20 overtime victory at UNLV...participated in spring drills...had four receptions for 32 yards in three scrimmages...participated in spring drills ... had 4 receptions for 32 yards in 3 scrimmages ... is listed as the starting tight end entering fall camp.