2010: The unanimous BIG EAST Conference Offensive Player of the Year - the first one since Miami's Gino Torretta in 1992...a Second Team All-America pick from the Walter Camp Football Foundation and the Associated Press...a First Team All-American by the Sporting News...a first team All-BIG EAST pick...finished the season ranked second in the country and first in the BIG EAST in rushing and was 15th nationally and first in the league in all-purpose running...rushed for 100 yards or more in 15 career games, ten of them in 2010...rushed for 100 yards or more in 11 of his last 13 regular season games...is the first UConn running back to rush for 1,000 yards or more in two seasons as he had 1,188 yards to earn second team all-league honors in 2009...now has two of the top seven single-season rushing marks in school history...is third in career rushing at UConn with 3,179 yards, tied for third in rushing touchdowns with 31 and second in carries with 616...his 1,695 yards during 2010 is second in school history while his 334 carries is second and his 14 TDs is tied for fifth...had a career-high 222 yards of rushing vs. Pittsburgh (Nov. 11), which is the tenth-highest in school history...his 37 carries against the Panthers is tied for third...had three rushing touchdowns in win over Cincinnati (Nov. 27) and Texas Southern (Sept. 11)...had a 66-yard rush against Rutgers (Oct. 8) for a career-high...also had four receptions for 28 yards against West Virginia...was named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll four times this season...earned Offensive Game Ball vs. Texas Southern (Sept. 11), Vanderbilt (Oct. 2), West Virginia, Pittsburgh, Syracuse (Nov. 20) and Cincinnati (Nov. 27).
2009: A Second Team All-BIG EAST performer in 2009...the leading rusher on the Husky team in '09 with 1,188 yards...became the 11th Husky to rush for 1,000 yards in a season and his mark is now the fifth-highest in school history...his 235 carries in 2009 is the sixth-highest in school history and his 14 rushing TDs is tied for fifth...had five 100-yard rushing performances last season, including three of the last four games regular season games...had 157 yards with one TD in opening night win over Ohio (Sept. 5)...had 103 yards of rushing in win over Baylor (Sept. 19) then had 162 yards of rushing with four TDs at Cincinnati (Nov. 7)...had 130 yards of rushing with one touchdown in win over Notre Dame (Nov. 21)...also had a 96-yard kickoff return for a touchdown vs. the Irish and was named BIG EAST Special Teams Player of the Week for his effort...was named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll following the Ohio game....earned Special Teams Game Ball for win vs. Notre Dame (Nov. 21).
2008: Was the third-leading rusher on the team with 47 carries for 318 yards and three touchdowns ... Missed the beginning of the season with a shoulder injury and made collegiate debut in third game of the season against Virginia (Sept. 13) ... Had 13 carries for 81 yards and a TD against the Cavaliers ... Also had six carries for 78 yards and a TD vs. Syracuse (Nov. 15) ... Other TD came in win against Cincinnati (Oct. 25) ... Also became primary kickoff returner late in year with injury to Darius Butler ... Had four returns for 73 yards vs. South Florida (Nov. 23) and five for 98 vs. Pittsburgh (Dec. 6) ... Among his highlights from the International Bowl win vs. Buffalo (Jan. 3) were a 22-yard run and a 45-yard kick return.
High School: Twice named all-state ... A Boston Globe All-Scholastic pick in 2006 and 2007 and the Globe's Division 1 Player of the Year as a senior ... Conference Player of the Year as a senior ... The second-leading rusher in Massachusetts history with 5,083 career yards and 70 touchdowns ... Helped Dartmouth to state Division 1 Super Bowl where he rushed for 199 yards and had three total touchdowns in a losing effort ... Team captain
Personal: Jordan Todman ... Born on February 24, 1990 ... A sociologymajor.
JORDAN TODMAN'S CAREER HIGHS
Most Rushes: 26, 2x, last at Notre Dame, 11/21/09
Most Rushing Yards: 162, at Cincinnati, 11/7/09
Longest Run: 58, at Ohio, 9/5/09
Most Receptions: 3, 4x, last vs. South Florida, 12/5/09
Most Receiving Yards: 59, vs. Rutgers, 10/31/09
Longest Reception: 41, vs. Rutgers, 10/31/09