Jalen Hurd

Football Player

Jalen Hurd was born in Hendersonville, Tennessee, United States on January 23rd, 1996 and is the Football Player. At the age of 27, Jalen Hurd biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 23, 1996
Place of Birth
Hendersonville, Tennessee, United States
27 years old
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American Football Player
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Jalen Hurd Career

In 2014, Hurd appeared in 13 games and made nine starts as a true freshman at Tennessee. He shared the backfield with Marlin Lane, Devrin Young and Justus Pickett. He had 11 carries for 29 yards, two receptions for 16 yards and a 15-yard touchdown reception in a 38–7 win against Utah State. In a 34–19 victory over Arkansas State, Hurd had 23 carries for 83 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown. Against No. 4 Oklahoma, he had 97 rushing yards and 24 receiving yards in the 34–10 loss. Hurd had 24 carries for 119 rushing yards in a 35–32 loss against No. 12 Georgia. Hurd fumbled and the ball was recovered by Georgia defender Josh Dawson for a touchdown. He gained 39 rushing yards in a 10–9 loss to the Florida Gators, seven rushing yards against the Chattanooga Mocs, and 40 rushing yards against Ole Miss. Hurd had 16 carries for 59 yards and six receptions for 27 yards in a 34–20 loss against the No. 4 Alabama Crimson Tide. Hurd had 21 carries for 125 rushing yards, seven receptions for 58 yards and a receiving touchdown in a 45–42 double-overtime victory over South Carolina. In a 50–16 victory over Kentucky, Hurd had 118 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown. Hurd had rushed for 40 yards and had 40 receiving yards in a 29–21 loss to Missouri. In a 24–17 victory Vanderbilt, he carried the ball five times for 21 yards. Tennessee finished with a 6–6 record and earned its first appearance in a bowl game since the 2010 season. In the 2015 TaxSlayer Bowl, Hurd had 16 carries for 122 yards and two touchdowns in a 45–28 victory. He finished the 2014 season with 899 rushing yards on 190 carries and five touchdowns.

Hurd shared the backfield with transfer Alvin Kamara and true freshman John Kelly in the 2015 season. He had 23 carries for 123 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns in a 59–30 victory against Bowling Green. In a 31–24 double-overtime loss to No. 19 Oklahoma, Hurd had 24 carries for 106 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown. He rushed for 68 yards, had two receptions for 12 yards and scored a receiving touchdown and a rushing touchdown in a 55–10 victory over Western Carolina. In a 28–27 loss to the Florida Gators, he had 102 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns. Over the next six games, Hurd totaled 485 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns. He had 80 rushing yards in a 38–31 victory over No. 19 Georgia and 92 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown in a 19–14 loss to No. 8 Alabama. In the 2015 Missouri game, he ran for a career-high 151 yards, which put him greater than 1,000 yards for the season, in a 19–8 victory. Hurd had 120 rushing yards and a touchdown in a 53–28 victory against the Vanderbilt Commodores. Tennessee finished the season with a 9–4 record and played against No. 12 Northwestern Wildcats in the 2016 Outback Bowl. In a 45–6 victory, Hurd was named Most Valuable Player after gaining 24 carries for 130 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown. He finished the regular season with 1,158 yards, the 12th most recorded by a Tennessee running back and the most since 2007.

Hurd started his junior season with 28 carries for 110 rushing yards in a 20–13 overtime victory over Appalachian State after recovering a Joshua Dobbs fumble for a touchdown. In the 2016 Pilot Flying J Battle at Bristol against Virginia Tech, he had 22 carries for 99 yards in a 45–24 victory. In a 38–28 victory over No. 19 Florida, Hurd had 26 carries for 95 yards and two receptions for 25 yards and a receiving touchdown. Hurd was sidelined with a head injury against Georgia. After the game against South Carolina, head coach Butch Jones announced that Hurd would transfer schools. Hurd finished his Tennessee career with 2,638 rushing yards, 20 rushing touchdowns, 67 receptions, 492 receiving yards, and six receiving touchdowns. He finished sixth in school history in rushing yards.

On April 22, 2017, Hurd announced he would transfer to Baylor University, requiring him to sit out the 2017 season.

At Baylor, Hurd had three games with at least 100 receiving yards. He had 136 receiving yards and a receiving touchdown against UTSA, 104 receiving yards and a receiving touchdown against Oklahoma, and 135 receiving yards against Kansas State. He finished the season with 69 receptions for 946 receiving yards and four receiving touchdowns with 48 carries for 209 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns. After injuring his knee in the season finale, Hurd was unable to play in the Texas Bowl against Vanderbilt. Hurd was named Big 12 Offensive Newcomer of the Year.

Professional career

Hurd was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in the third round, 67th overall, in the 2019 NFL Draft. He was placed on injured reserve on October 3, 2019, with a back injury and was unable to play in the 2019 NFL season.

Hurd was placed on injured reserve for a second consecutive season on August 20, 2020, after he tore his ACL during a running drill at training camp, ending his 2020 season participation.

On September 11, 2021, Hurd was placed on injured reserve with a knee injury. He was later released on November 11, 2021, after spending each of his three seasons on injured reserve, and never taking a regular season snap with the 49ers.