Utah State QB Jordan Love Invited To Manning Passing Academy
LOGAN, Utah – Utah State quarterback Jordan Love is one of 35 quarterbacks to participate in the 2019 Manning Passing Academy.
The camp is in it’s 20th season and will take place from June 27-30 in Thibodaux, Louisiana, it’s the premiere off-season quarterback camp in the country.
Love and the other quarterbacks will spend four days working out and also act as counselors to high school quarterbacks that will be attending.
Another fantastic opportunity for Love is being able to practice with future Hall-of-Famer Peyton Manning, his brother Eli of the New York Giants and their father Archie. The benefits include watching film, getting tips from the Manning’s on how they prepared, watch film and what their off-season consisted of in terms of workout and work off of the field.
Love is entering his junior season with Utah State after throwing for 3,567 pasing yards and 32 touchdowns. He was named second-team All-Mountain West. In their bowl game win over North Texas, Love threw for 359 yards and four touchdowns in the Aggies’ dominating 52-13 win.
The other notable quarterbacks to participate in the Manning Passing Academy include:
- Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa
- Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence
- Georgia’s Jake Fromm
- Oregon’s Justin Herbert
- Florida State’s Alex Hornibrook
- Missouri’s Kelly Bryant
- Notre Dame’s Ian Book
- USC’s JT Daniels
- Stanford’s KJ Costello
- Arizona’s Rhett Rodriguez
- Arkansas’ Ben Hicks
- Colorado’s Steven Montez
- Duke’s Quentin Harris
- Iowa’s Nate Stanley
- LSU’s Joe Burrow
- Louisiana Tech’s J’Mar Smith
- Mississippi State’s Tommy Stevens
- Ole Miss’ Matt Corral
- Nebraska’s Adrian Martinez
- Northwestern’s Hunter Johnson
- North Texas’ Mason Fine
- Pittsburgh’s Kenny Pickett
- South Carolina’s Jake Bentley
- Tennessee’s Jarrett Guarantano
- Virginia’s Bryce Perkins
- Colorado State’s Collin Hill