Jordy Lipsey
Jordy Lipsey


Longwood, Fla.

High School:
Lake Brantley H.S.

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 280



AT VIRGINIA: 2006- Very steady in his first year as the starter at center ... started all 12 games ... grew progressively throughout the fall ... very underrated snapper who does an excellent job working out of the shotgun and preventing pressure up the middle ... one of the line's ironmen ... very rarely came out of the game ... singled out by head coach Al Groh in fall camp as having the best camp of any player ... lettered for the first time. 2005--Valuable back up behind Brian Barthelmes at center ...appeared in four games ...started two consecutive games (Maryland, Boston College) when Barthelmes was out due to an injury ...also played in wins over Duke and Temple. 2004--Made four appearances as the top back-up at center behind Zac Yarbrough ...played in the first three games of the season but only one after (Georgia Tech). 2003--Was in uniform for five home games and the Continental Tire Bowl but did not see any playing time ... red-shirted.

HIGH SCHOOL: Regarded as the top center prospect in the nation ... played at Lake Brantley HS for head coach George Clayton ... PrepStar "Dream Team" ... SuperPrep All-American ... All-American by Tom Lemming ... first-team All-American by TheInsiders.com/CNNSI.com ... No. 1 offensive lineman in the nation by Max Emfinger ... No. 18 player in the country on TheInsiders.com's "Hot 100" list ... No. 48 prospect in the country, No. 5 offensive lineman, by Collegefootballnews.com ... No. 88 player nationally by Rivals100.com ... 4-Star rating by Rivals.com ... No. 1 center in the nation according to BorderWars.com and Rivals.com ... No. 1 offensive lineman on the BorderWars.com 101 team ... ranked as the nation's top center and 23rd-best offensive lineman by SuperPrep ... fourth-best lineman by StudentSports.com ... 10th-best center/guard prospect by Tom Lemming ... No. 68 player in the country by Rivals.com ... first-team All-South by Fox Sports Net South ... All-Southeast region by PrepStar ... No. 32 prospect in Southeast region by Rivals.com ... No. 7 prospect in Florida by the Orlando Sentinel ... 14th-best player in Florida by Rivals.com and 16th-best and the top offensive lineman by SuperPrep ... All-Central Florida Player of the Year and first-team All-Central Florida by the Orlando Sentinel ... graded at 93.5 percent for his career and had 143 pancake blocks, including more than 80 as a junior.

PERSONAL: Marcus Jordan Lipsey ... born 11-12-84 in Metairie, La. ... son of Lottie and Michael Lipsey ... his brothers Jayson and Jess preceded him as standout players at Lake Brantley ... both brothers played collegiate football at Washington & Lee ... sociology major.