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Jordan Lucas
Jordan Lucas


New Rochelle, N.Y.

High School:
New Rochelle

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 193



H.S. Coach:
Lou DiRienzo


Blue Topples White, 37-0, to Conclude Spring Practice

Chiappialle runs for 63 yards, two scores as Blue shuts out White in front of 72,000 at Beaver Stadium


Robinson Named Phil Steele's First Team All-American; Seven Lions on All-Big Ten Teams

Senior Guard John Urschel Named Fourth-Team All-American


Trio Named First Team All-Big Ten; Robinson Earns Second Receiver of the Year Award

Robinson, Jones and Urschel on First Team; Nine Nittany Lions Earn Honorable-Mention


Penn State Falls to Nebraska in Overtime, 23-20

Seventeen seniors honored before the game; Robinson passes Engram on all-time receptions list


Offense Surges in 45-21 Victory against Purdue

Robinson continues ascension of Penn State leaderboard; Zwinak becomes 16th Nittany Lion with at least 10 touchdowns in a season


Football vs. Nebraska (11/23/13)

Football vs. Nebraska (11/23/13)


Penn State Football vs. Purdue 11/16

Penn State Football vs. Purdue 11/16


Penn State Football vs. Illinois 11/2

Penn State Football vs. Illinois


Penn State vs. Illinois

Penn State takes on Illinois at home


Michigan @ Penn State

Michigan @ Penn State

The Nittany Lions had little returning experience in the secondary entering the 2012 season and Jordan Lucas made the most of the opportunity to earn immediate playing time at safety and on special teams. He was among six true freshmen to play last year and is primed to play a more significant role this season. A hard-hitting and instinctive athlete, Lucas worked with the first unit at cornerback during spring practice and was atop the post-spring depth chart. He should be among the primary challengers to help fill the position held by Stephon Morris, the lone secondary starter who graduated. Lucas was the recipient of the Jim O'Hora Award at the 2013 Blue-White game, presented to the defense's most improved player during spring practice. He is among five returnees from the Empire State. Lucas joins freshman quarterback D.J. Crook as Nittany Lions who played at Worcester (Mass.) Academy after their high school career.

2012 (Freshman Season)
Lucas was among six true freshmen to take the field, seeing action on defense and special teams. He recorded one solo tackle in the 34-9 win at Purdue.

High School
Lucas matriculated to Penn State from Worcester (Mass.) Academy, where he played defensive back and running back for Coach Tony Johnson, scoring 13 touchdowns. He was rated a three-star prospect by Scout and Rivals. Lucas played for Coach Lou DiRienzo at New Rochelle High School and was selected the AA South Section Back-of-the-Year as a senior in 2010. He was named a Journal-News first-team all-star.

Full name is Jordan Lucas. He is the son of Vincent Lucas and Denise Oakley, and has one younger brother, Vincent Lucas, and one older sister, Marcy Oakley. He enjoys listening to music. Lucas is enrolled in the College of Communications and would like to pursue a career as a broadcaster. Born August 2, 1993 in White Plains, N.Y.

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