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Jordan Shipley

Jordan Shipley

Jordan is a former Texas Longhorn two time All-American wide receiver and third round draft choice of the Cincinnati Bengals. He was a Bilitnikoff Award finalist (nation’s top wide receiver) and a semifinalist for the Maxwell Award (nation’s top player) in 2009 while setting most of the single-season and many of the single-game and career receiving records at the University of Texas. ... a unanimous first-team All-Big 12 selection ... a first-team Academic All-Big 12 pick ... set UT single-season records for receptions (116) and receiving yards (1,485) and is tied for first with 13 receiving TD’s in a season… set a school record and posted the second-highest total in Big 12 Conference history with his 273 receiving yards on 11 receptions versus UCF…set school record with 15 catches in 2008 vs Ok State…set school record with 248 career receptions.

He led AFC rookies in receptions in his NFL rookie season before suffering a near career ending knee injury in his second season. He came back to play for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Jacksonville Jaguars for the remainder of his NFL career.

He is now a Co-Host for The Bucks of Tecomate and Tecomate Whitetail Nation TV shows on Outdoor Channel. Jordan has always considered himself to be a hunter/fisherman first and an athlete second, so his new role comes naturally. He’s an avid bow-hunter and tournament bass fisherman and enjoys nearly all outdoor pursuits with his wife, Sunny.