Jake Elliot is an American football placekicker for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Memphis.
Between the years 2013 and 2016, Elliott was a student at Memphis and participated in the college football program there.
During his time at Memphis, he was coached by Justin Fuente, Darrell Dickey, and Mike Norvell, who were all the team’s head coaches.
After completing the summer training, Elliott was given the position of starting kicker as a freshman. Elliott was successful with 16 of his 18 field goal attempts during his 2013 season.
After his first year with the team, he finished in first place in scoring for the Tigers with 72 points (24/24 extra points and 16/18 field goals).
He broke the previous mark held by Stephen Gostkowski, who had kicked a field goal of 53 yards in 2005 when he kicked one from 56 yards at USF and created a new record for Memphis.
He was given the honor of being awarded the American Athletic Conference Special Teams Player of the Week, and he was also one of the three players that were recognized by the Lou Groza Award as “Stars of the Week.”
Jake Elliott’s Parents: Meet Bruce Elliott and Diane Stoub
American football placekicker Jake Elliot was born to his parents Bruce Elliot and Diane Stoub.