Jordan Connor Stout, a placekicker, and punter for the National Football League’s Baltimore Ravens was born on August 4, 1998. At Penn State and Virginia Tech, he played collegiate football. He wears jersey number 11 for the team.
Stout was raised in Honaker, Virginia, and went to Honaker High. He was chosen as an All-State kicker three times. After making all nine of his field goal attempts and averaging 47 yards per punt as a senior, Stout was voted the Tigers’ team MVP.
After joining the team as a walk-on, Stout started his undergraduate career at Virginia Tech, where he redshirted his true freshman year.
Stout, a redshirt freshman, was the Hokies’ kickoff specialist and had a 60 touchback ratio on 71 kickoff attempts.
After the season ended, Stout committed to transferring to Penn State, which had given him an athletic scholarship, by using the NCAA transfer portal.
Stout was named to the first team of the Big Ten Conference and was named the Eddleman-Fields Punter of the Year after kicking 67 times for 3,083 yards and a 46.0-yard average.
In addition, he converted 16 of 23 field goal attempts and 34 of 36 tries at extra points. Stout indicated that he would participate in the 2022 NFL Draft when the season ended.
The Baltimore Ravens selected Stout in the fourth round of the 2022 NFL Draft, 130th overall. After veteran punter Sam Koch announced his retirement, he was expected to take over as the new starter.