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Johnny Manziel
QB #2
Height:
6-0
Weight:
210
Age:
22
College:
Texas A&M
Hometown:
Tyler, TX
Experience:
2

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2014 CLE 5 2 18 35 175 5 0 2 3 26 42 9 29 3.2 1 1 0
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Biography

Career Transactions: Originally drafted by Cleveland in the first round (22nd overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft, the second of the Browns’ two first-round selections.

At a Glance:

First freshman to win the Heisman Trophy, the Davey O’Brien Award and the Manning Award, and a two-time finalist for the Heisman Award and the Davey O’Brien Award.

2013 SEC Male Athlete of the Year and a two-time All-SEC first-team selection.

Compiled a 20-6 record (.769) during his two-year career.

Became first freshman, first SEC player and fifth FBS player to pass for 3,000 yards and rush for 1,000 in a single season (2012), as well as the first sophomore in FBS history to total 7,000 yards and 2,000 rushing yards over his first two seasons of play, finishing with 7,820 yards passing and 2,160 yards rushing.

Became the first quarterback in Texas A&M history to average 300 passing yards per game in a season (2013), and also led the Aggies in rushing yards in 2012 and 2013.

Became the only player in NCAA FBS history to combine for 5,000 total yards in a season (5,116 in 2012).

Career Highlights:

Started 25 of 26 games played as the Texas A&M starting quarterback in the 2012 and 2013 seasons…Became the first freshman in NCAA history to win the Heisman Trophy in 2012…Finished with a 20-6 career record…Averaged 384.9 total yards of offense a game over his freshman and sophomore seasons, a total of 9,989 yards…Threw for 7,820 yards on 595-of-863 passing (68.9 percent) with 63 TDs…Ranks second in Texas A&M history in passing yardage and completions, fifth in passing attempts and second in passing TDs…Ran for 2,160 career yards and 30 TDs…Averaged 6.26 yards per rush on 345 carries…One of two Aggies to throw for 7,000 career passing yards, one of two to throw at least 60 TDs, one of three all-time to complete over 60 percent of his passes and one of three to combine for 8,500 yards of total offense…Holds NCAA FBS record by gaining over 500 yards of total offense in five games over a two-season span…Second in NCAA FBS history and first all-time in the SEC averaging 384.19 yards per game in total offense…Ranks first in NCAA FBS and SEC history with an average of 8.27 yards per offensive play…Ranks sixth all-time in FBS history averaging 9.06 yards per pass attempt…Ranks sixth in NCAA FBS history and second in SEC history with a career passing efficiency rating of 164.05…Tied Ole Miss QB Eli Manning for eighth in SEC history with 9,989 yards of total offense…His total offensive yardage broke the previous school record by over 1,000 yards…Finished fifth in the SEC record books with 93 career TDs.

2013: Earned All-SEC first-team honors for the second consecutive year…Was a finalist for the Maxwell Award, Walter Camp Player of the Year Award, Heisman Trophy and Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award…Selected as the SEC’s Male Athlete of the Year…Started 12 of his 13 games played…Set a Texas A&M single-season record with 4,114 passing yards and 37 TDs on 300-of-429 passing (69.93 percent)…Rushed for a team-high 759 yards and nine TDs on 144 carries…Tallied 4,873 yards of total offense and 54 points on the season…Led the offensive unit that paced the SEC in first downs, passing yards per game, passing efficiency and total offense…The Texas A&M offense also ranked seventh in the NCAA FBS with 353.3 passing yards per game, fourth with 169.9 passing efficiency rating and fourth with 538.4 yards of total offense per game…Manziel led the conference with 69.9 pass completion percentage (third in the nation), 172.9 passing efficiency rating (third in the nation), passing TDs (fourth in the nation), 276 points responsible for (fourth in the nation), passing yardage (eighth in the nation) and 316.46 passing yards per game (ninth in the nation)…Also finished with a conference-high 23.08 completions per game…Set single-season school records in passing yards, passing TDs, total offense and pass completion percentage…Became the first sophomore in FBS history to total 7,000 total yards and 2,000 rushing yards over his first two seasons of play, finishing with 7,820 yards passing and 2,160 yards rushing…Was the first quarterback in school history to average 300 passing yards per game in a season…Gained at least 500 yards of total offense in two contests…Threw a TD pass in all but one game…Threw at least three TD passes in eight games, including six contests with four TD strikes and two games with five TD tosses…Ran for at least one TD in six games and multiple TDs in three games…(9/14) vs. Alabama: Threw for 464 yards and five TDs on 28-of-39 passing…Picked up 98 yards on the ground on 14 rushes…(12/31) vs. Duke: Totaled five TDs in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl…Earned MVP honors throwing for 382 yards and four TDs on 30-of-38 passing…Finished with a season-high 78.9 pass completion percentage…Added 73 rushing yards and one score on 11 carries.

2012: Was the recipient of the Heisman Trophy, the Davey O’Brien Award and the Manning Award, the first freshman to earn such accolades…Named the College Player of the Year by the Associated Press and The Sporting News…Was an All-American first-team selection by the Associated Press, Football Writers Association of America, Walter Camp Football Foundation, The Sporting News, ESPN, CBS Sports, Scout.com and Sports Illustrated…Named the Offensive Player of the Year, Freshman of the Year and first-team selection for the SEC…Selected as the Cotton Bowl Classic MVP and to the ESPN.com All-Bowl Team…Named Walter Camp National Player of the Week twice, AT&T All-America Player of the Week three times…Also earned SEC Offensive Player of the Week accolades four times and SEC Freshman of the Week honors nine times…Became the only player in NCAA FBS history to combine for 5,000 total yards in a season (5,116)…Set school record and conference rushing record for a quarterback by racking up 1,401 yards on the ground on 201 carries (6.97 yards per carry)…Ranked second in SEC history with 21 rushing TDs…Also threw for 26 TDs, becoming the fifth player in NCAA FBS history to run and throw for 20 or more TDs in a single season…Ranked second in the conference with 3,706 passing yards on 295-of-434 attempts (67.8 percent)…Averaged 393.5 yards of total offense per game…Led the SEC and ranked ninth in the FBS in pass completion percentage…Paced the SEC and ranked ninth in the nation with a 6.97 yards per carry average…Ranked second in the conference and eighth in the country averaging 8.06 yards per offensive play…Topped the conference and all major colleges with 47 total TDs…Led the league in pass completions and finished second in pass attempts…Set the SEC single-game record for total offense twice (against Arkansas and Louisiana Tech)…First player in NCAA FBS history to throw for 300 yards and rush for 100 yards three times in a career (against Arkansas, Louisiana Tech and Mississippi State)…(9/29) vs. Arkansas: Completed 29-of-38 passes for 453 yards and three TDs…Also led the team with 104 yards rushing and one TD…Surpassed 500 yards of total offense in a single game for the first time in his career…Set the SEC record for total yards in a game (557)…(10/13) at Louisiana Tech: Threw for 395 yards and three scores on 24-0f-40 passing…Led the team in rushing with 181 yards and three TDs…Set the SEC record for total offense for the second time (576 yards)…(1/4/13) vs. Oklahoma: Named Cotton Bowl MVP and set a bowl record with 516 yards of total offense…Completed 22-of-34 attempts for 287 yards and two TDs…Also ran for a bowl record and career-high 229 yards and two TDs on 17 carries.

2011: Redshirted as a true freshman, backing up eventual NFL first-round pick Ryan Tannehill.

High School: Four-year letter-winner at Tivy High School in Kerrville, Texas…Compiled 7,626 career yards and 76 TDs through the air on 520-of-819 passing in his three years at quarterback…Ran for 4,045 career yards and 77 TDs on 531 carries…As a wide receiver, also caught 30 career passes for 582 yards and five TDs…Named Player of the Year by the National High School Coach Association and the Texas Associated Press Editors during his senior season, completing 228-of-347 passes (65.7 percent) for 3,609 yards, 45 TDs and five interceptions…Added 1,674 yards rushing and 30 TDs on 170 carries…Also finished with one TD reception and one kickoff return TD…Named District 28-4A MVP, Class 4A All-State first-team, SA Express-News Offensive Player of the Year, Sub-5A All-Area first-team, No. 1 QB in Texas by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football, PrepStar All-Region and SuperPrep All-Region during his senior year…As a junior, earned All-San Antonio Area Offensive Player of the Year honors and District 27-4A MVP accolades…Threw for 2,903 yards, 19 TDs and five interceptions on 218-of-356 passing (61.2 percent)…Carried the ball 242 times and racked up 1,544 yards rushing and 34 TDs, Also added five receptions for 152 yards and two TDs…Played wide receiver primarily and shared time under center as a sophomore, starting the fourth game of the season…Threw for 1,164 yards and 10 TDs…Ran for 12 TDs and 806 yards and finished with 408 yards receiving…Also played wide receiver as a freshman.

Personal: Given name is Jonathan Paul Manziel…Hails from Kerrville, Texas…A former standout baseball player in high school, drafted by the San Diego Padres in the 28th round of the 2014 MLB Draft…Community Involvement: Enjoys working with charities, organizations and events where he has the opportunity to be around kids...Hobbies/Interests: Avid golfer.

Career Transactions: Originally drafted by Cleveland in the first round (22nd overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft, the second of the Browns’ two first-round selections.

At a Glance:

First freshman to win the Heisman Trophy, the Davey O’Brien Award and the Manning Award, and a two-time finalist for the Heisman Award and the Davey O’Brien Award.

2013 SEC Male Athlete of the Year and a two-time All-SEC first-team selection.

Compiled a 20-6 record (.769) during his two-year career.

Became first freshman, first SEC player and fifth FBS player to pass for 3,000 yards and rush for 1,000 in a single season (2012), as well as the first sophomore in FBS history to total 7,000 yards and 2,000 rushing yards over his first two seasons of play, finishing with 7,820 yards passing and 2,160 yards rushing.

Became the first quarterback in Texas A&M history to average 300 passing yards per game in a season (2013), and also led the Aggies in rushing yards in 2012 and 2013.

Became the only player in NCAA FBS history to combine for 5,000 total yards in a season (5,116 in 2012).

Career Highlights:

Started 25 of 26 games played as the Texas A&M starting quarterback in the 2012 and 2013 seasons…Became the first freshman in NCAA history to win the Heisman Trophy in 2012…Finished with a 20-6 career record…Averaged 384.9 total yards of offense a game over his freshman and sophomore seasons, a total of 9,989 yards…Threw for 7,820 yards on 595-of-863 passing (68.9 percent) with 63 TDs…Ranks second in Texas A&M history in passing yardage and completions, fifth in passing attempts and second in passing TDs…Ran for 2,160 career yards and 30 TDs…Averaged 6.26 yards per rush on 345 carries…One of two Aggies to throw for 7,000 career passing yards, one of two to throw at least 60 TDs, one of three all-time to complete over 60 percent of his passes and one of three to combine for 8,500 yards of total offense…Holds NCAA FBS record by gaining over 500 yards of total offense in five games over a two-season span…Second in NCAA FBS history and first all-time in the SEC averaging 384.19 yards per game in total offense…Ranks first in NCAA FBS and SEC history with an average of 8.27 yards per offensive play…Ranks sixth all-time in FBS history averaging 9.06 yards per pass attempt…Ranks sixth in NCAA FBS history and second in SEC history with a career passing efficiency rating of 164.05…Tied Ole Miss QB Eli Manning for eighth in SEC history with 9,989 yards of total offense…His total offensive yardage broke the previous school record by over 1,000 yards…Finished fifth in the SEC record books with 93 career TDs.

2013: Earned All-SEC first-team honors for the second consecutive year…Was a finalist for the Maxwell Award, Walter Camp Player of the Year Award, Heisman Trophy and Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award…Selected as the SEC’s Male Athlete of the Year…Started 12 of his 13 games played…Set a Texas A&M single-season record with 4,114 passing yards and 37 TDs on 300-of-429 passing (69.93 percent)…Rushed for a team-high 759 yards and nine TDs on 144 carries…Tallied 4,873 yards of total offense and 54 points on the season…Led the offensive unit that paced the SEC in first downs, passing yards per game, passing efficiency and total offense…The Texas A&M offense also ranked seventh in the NCAA FBS with 353.3 passing yards per game, fourth with 169.9 passing efficiency rating and fourth with 538.4 yards of total offense per game…Manziel led the conference with 69.9 pass completion percentage (third in the nation), 172.9 passing efficiency rating (third in the nation), passing TDs (fourth in the nation), 276 points responsible for (fourth in the nation), passing yardage (eighth in the nation) and 316.46 passing yards per game (ninth in the nation)…Also finished with a conference-high 23.08 completions per game…Set single-season school records in passing yards, passing TDs, total offense and pass completion percentage…Became the first sophomore in FBS history to total 7,000 total yards and 2,000 rushing yards over his first two seasons of play, finishing with 7,820 yards passing and 2,160 yards rushing…Was the first quarterback in school history to average 300 passing yards per game in a season…Gained at least 500 yards of total offense in two contests…Threw a TD pass in all but one game…Threw at least three TD passes in eight games, including six contests with four TD strikes and two games with five TD tosses…Ran for at least one TD in six games and multiple TDs in three games…(9/14) vs. Alabama: Threw for 464 yards and five TDs on 28-of-39 passing…Picked up 98 yards on the ground on 14 rushes…(12/31) vs. Duke: Totaled five TDs in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl…Earned MVP honors throwing for 382 yards and four TDs on 30-of-38 passing…Finished with a season-high 78.9 pass completion percentage…Added 73 rushing yards and one score on 11 carries.

2012: Was the recipient of the Heisman Trophy, the Davey O’Brien Award and the Manning Award, the first freshman to earn such accolades…Named the College Player of the Year by the Associated Press and The Sporting News…Was an All-American first-team selection by the Associated Press, Football Writers Association of America, Walter Camp Football Foundation, The Sporting News, ESPN, CBS Sports, Scout.com and Sports Illustrated…Named the Offensive Player of the Year, Freshman of the Year and first-team selection for the SEC…Selected as the Cotton Bowl Classic MVP and to the ESPN.com All-Bowl Team…Named Walter Camp National Player of the Week twice, AT&T All-America Player of the Week three times…Also earned SEC Offensive Player of the Week accolades four times and SEC Freshman of the Week honors nine times…Became the only player in NCAA FBS history to combine for 5,000 total yards in a season (5,116)…Set school record and conference rushing record for a quarterback by racking up 1,401 yards on the ground on 201 carries (6.97 yards per carry)…Ranked second in SEC history with 21 rushing TDs…Also threw for 26 TDs, becoming the fifth player in NCAA FBS history to run and throw for 20 or more TDs in a single season…Ranked second in the conference with 3,706 passing yards on 295-of-434 attempts (67.8 percent)…Averaged 393.5 yards of total offense per game…Led the SEC and ranked ninth in the FBS in pass completion percentage…Paced the SEC and ranked ninth in the nation with a 6.97 yards per carry average…Ranked second in the conference and eighth in the country averaging 8.06 yards per offensive play…Topped the conference and all major colleges with 47 total TDs…Led the league in pass completions and finished second in pass attempts…Set the SEC single-game record for total offense twice (against Arkansas and Louisiana Tech)…First player in NCAA FBS history to throw for 300 yards and rush for 100 yards three times in a career (against Arkansas, Louisiana Tech and Mississippi State)…(9/29) vs. Arkansas: Completed 29-of-38 passes for 453 yards and three TDs…Also led the team with 104 yards rushing and one TD…Surpassed 500 yards of total offense in a single game for the first time in his career…Set the SEC record for total yards in a game (557)…(10/13) at Louisiana Tech: Threw for 395 yards and three scores on 24-0f-40 passing…Led the team in rushing with 181 yards and three TDs…Set the SEC record for total offense for the second time (576 yards)…(1/4/13) vs. Oklahoma: Named Cotton Bowl MVP and set a bowl record with 516 yards of total offense…Completed 22-of-34 attempts for 287 yards and two TDs…Also ran for a bowl record and career-high 229 yards and two TDs on 17 carries.

2011: Redshirted as a true freshman, backing up eventual NFL first-round pick Ryan Tannehill.

High School: Four-year letter-winner at Tivy High School in Kerrville, Texas…Compiled 7,626 career yards and 76 TDs through the air on 520-of-819 passing in his three years at quarterback…Ran for 4,045 career yards and 77 TDs on 531 carries…As a wide receiver, also caught 30 career passes for 582 yards and five TDs…Named Player of the Year by the National High School Coach Association and the Texas Associated Press Editors during his senior season, completing 228-of-347 passes (65.7 percent) for 3,609 yards, 45 TDs and five interceptions…Added 1,674 yards rushing and 30 TDs on 170 carries…Also finished with one TD reception and one kickoff return TD…Named District 28-4A MVP, Class 4A All-State first-team, SA Express-News Offensive Player of the Year, Sub-5A All-Area first-team, No. 1 QB in Texas by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football, PrepStar All-Region and SuperPrep All-Region during his senior year…As a junior, earned All-San Antonio Area Offensive Player of the Year honors and District 27-4A MVP accolades…Threw for 2,903 yards, 19 TDs and five interceptions on 218-of-356 passing (61.2 percent)…Carried the ball 242 times and racked up 1,544 yards rushing and 34 TDs, Also added five receptions for 152 yards and two TDs…Played wide receiver primarily and shared time under center as a sophomore, starting the fourth game of the season…Threw for 1,164 yards and 10 TDs…Ran for 12 TDs and 806 yards and finished with 408 yards receiving…Also played wide receiver as a freshman.

Personal: Given name is Jonathan Paul Manziel…Hails from Kerrville, Texas…A former standout baseball player in high school, drafted by the San Diego Padres in the 28th round of the 2014 MLB Draft…Community Involvement: Enjoys working with charities, organizations and events where he has the opportunity to be around kids...Hobbies/Interests: Avid golfer.