Serves as a defensive analyst on the BYU football coaching staff.
- BYU defensive analyst (2022-present)
- Snow College (Ephraim, Utah) defensive coordinator and linebackers coach (2019-2021)
- BYU graduate assistant (2015-2017)
- Other coaching experience includes defensive coordinator at Orange Coast College and head coach at Carbon High School (Price, Utah)
- BYU - B.S. Social Science (2009)
- BYU Marriott School of Business - MPA (2017)
- Started every game of his career at defensive line for BYU (2006-2009)
- Named Third Team Freshman All-American (Sporing News, 2006)
- Named Honorable Mention All-American (2007)
- Three-time All-Mountain West Conference selection (2007, 2008, 2009)
- Led Mountain West in sacks with 13.5 in 2007; a mark that remains third all-time in league history
- Remains second all-time in Mountain West history for career sacks with 28.5
- Led BYU in sacks over three consecutive seasons (2007-2009)
- No. 1 at BYU in career sacks (since 2000) with 30, also good for No. 2 all-time at BYU
- No. 1 at BYU in single-season sacks (since 2000) with 14 in 2007
- No. 2 at BYU in career tackles for loss (since 2000) with 44.5
- No. 2 at BYU in career quarterback hurries (since 2000) with 22
- Tied for No. 2 at BYU in career fumble recoveries (since 2000) with six
Jan Jorgensen was named a defensive analyst for BYU football in June of 2022, joining the staff of BYU head coach Kalani Sitake.
Jorgensen returned to BYU where he was a star defensive lineman from 2005-09 and later served as a graduate assistant for the Cougars for three seasons from 2015-17.
He rejoins Sitake’s staff after serving the prior three years as the defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at Snow College in Ephraim, Utah. His coaching resume also includes one season at the defensive coordinator at Orange Coast College and one year as the head coach at Carbon High School.
As a player at BYU, Jorgensen started every game of his four-year career and earned All-Mountain West First Team honors three times while finishing his eligibility as the league’s leader in sacks (28.5) and tackles for loss (44).
Jorgensen earned a bachelor’s in social science teaching from BYU in 2009 and an MPA from the BYU Marriott School of Business in 2017. From Helper, Utah, he prepped at Carbon High School.