NFL long snapper with the Dallas Cowboys, Jacob McQuaide is a professional football player. He stands 1.88 m tall and weighs 108 kg. Elder High School was where he went to school and played football in high school. He helped the football team win the OHSAA State Championship as a sophomore. He had 10 receptions for 125 yards as a tight end in his final year.
After graduating from high school, he enrolled at Ohio State University and participated in collegiate football as a walk-on for the Ohio State Buckeyes football team. He took turns at long snapper over the first seven games as a redshirt freshman. He was chosen as the team’s long snapper for punts and placement kicks as a sophomore.
Throughout his career in college, he remained the team’s long snapper, but was never permitted to play tight end or provide any stats there. Three Big Ten Conference triumphs included him (2007, 2008 and 2009). McQuaide was a free agent after the 2011 NFL Draft when the St. Louis Rams signed him.
When he signed with the Dallas Cowboys in March 2021, he reconnected with the special teams coach of the Rams, John Fassel. In March 2022, McQuaide renewed his contract with Dallas for one year. He tore his left triceps during the game’s final snap against the Washington Commanders, putting him on injured reserve.
Jake McQuaide Parents: Meet Bev McQuaide and Kevin McQuaide
Jake McQuaide was born to parents, Bev McQuaide and Kevin McQuaide. His parents keep a low profile so there is nothing else known about them.