Justin Herbert Biography
Justin Herbert is a very famous American football quarterback who plays for the Oregon Ducks. He plays by wearing a shirt number of 10.
Justin Herbert Age
Justin was born on the 10th of October 1998 in Eugene, Oregon in the United States. His nationality of American and his birth horoscope is Pisces.
Justin Herbert Height
The American football quarterback for Oregon Ducks stands at a height of 6 feet and 6 inches (6’6″)
Justin Herbert Weight
Talking about his weight, Justin Herbert has an estimated weight of 238 pounds.
Justin Herbert Family
Justin was born to his father, Mark Herbert and his mother, Holly Herbert. His ethnicity is white. there is little information about his parents. Talking about his siblings, Justin has two, namely Mitchell Herbert and Patrick Herbert.
Justin Herbert High School
Herbert attended Sheldon High School in Eugene, Oregon where he lettered in varsity football, basketball, and baseball. As a senior, he passed for 3,130 yards and 37 touchdowns with 543 rushing yards and 10 rushing touchdowns and was named 1st Team All-State and the Southwest Conference Offensive Player of the Year.
Herbert grew up 10 minutes from Autzen Stadium and has been a Duck fan since he was a child. His grandfather, Rich Schwab, played receiver at Oregon in the 1960s.
Herbert suffered a broken leg in the third game of his junior season at Eugene’s Sheldon High School. His broken leg complicated his recruitment process and initially, no major programs offered a scholarship as a result.
Northern Arizona, Portland State, and Montana State all extended offers before Nevada and Oregon followed up with his only FBS. offers. Herbert committed to his hometown Ducks on October 9, 2015.
Justin Herbert Wife
Justin is a very secretive person as he has not revealed anything about his personal life to the media. He is living and enjoying his life separately. Till now, there are no rumors dating him with any lady. He is enjoying his secret life happily.
Justin Herbert Oregon
Entering his true freshman season listed as QB2 on the depth chart, Herbert became the first true freshman at Oregon to start at Quarterback since Chris Miller in 1983 when the Ducks took on arch-rival Washington on October 8, 2016. Despite setting or equaling Oregon’s single-game records for total offensive yards (512), passing yards (489), and touchdown passes (6), the Ducks finished with their worst season in 25 years, going 4–8 and failing to make a bowl game for the first time in over a decade.
The Ducks entered the 2017 season with a new head coach Willie Taggart after Oregon fired Mark Helfrich following the 2016 season. Leading the Ducks to a 4–1 start, Herbert’s transition from the Chip Kelly/Mark Helfrich era “Blur Offense” to Taggart’s “Gulf Coast Offense” was successful before he fractured his collarbone against Cal on September 30, 2017.
Without Herbert in the lineup, the Ducks dropped four of their next five games, and the offense went from averaging 49.2 points per game to just 15.0 points per game. Herbert returned to help the Ducks win their last two regular-season games to become bowl eligible. The Ducks were selected to play Boise State in the Las Vegas Bowl but their performance fell flat and the Ducks lost 38–28 after head coach Willie Taggart left the team to become the head coach at Florida State a week before their bowl game.
In 8 starts, Herbert had a 6–2 record and threw for 1,983 yards on 139-of-206 passing attempts (67.5%), including 15 touchdowns against only five interceptions. He also rushed the ball 44 times for 183 yards and five touchdowns. Herbert was named first-team CoSIDA Academic All-American with a 4.08 grade-point average in biology.
Herbert entered his third collegiate season as an early Heisman Trophy candidate despite being coached by a third different head coach as well as navigating his third different offensive scheme with new head coach Mario Cristobal transitioning from the spread offense to the pistol offense. Herbert led the Ducks to a 9–4 record and a victory in the Redbox Bowl. He finished the year with 3,151 passing yards, 29 passing touchdowns, and two rushing touchdowns. His 31 total touchdowns were good for second in the Pac-12 Conference behind Washington State’s Gardner Minshew. He was named to the Pac-12 All-Academic first-team
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Justin Herbert Highlights
- 1st Team Pac-12 Academic All-Conference (2017)
- 1st Team Academic All American (2017)
Justin Herbert Injury
Justin Herbert has incurred a lot of injuries while playing football. In the year 2017, the quarterback suffered a broken collarbone while rushing for a touchdown in the first quarter of Saturday night’s 45-24 win over California, according to multiple sources.
The injury occurred near the right-handed quarterback’s left shoulder and according to a source is not considered to be season-ending.
On 3rd of November, 2019, Justin Herbert was injured on the first series of the second half against USC when a Trojan defender took a cheap shot at the four-year starter’s knees.
Herbert completed a 27-yard screen pass to Darrian Felix. After the ball was out Kana’i Mauga hit Herbert near the knees. Herbert writhed around on the ground in pain for a moment before walking off the field on his own power.
Tyler Shough, a redshirt freshman from Chandler, Ariz., replaced him for two plays. Herbert re-entered the game a few plays later. On his second snapback, he hit Juwan Johnson for a 15-yard touchdown pass to give Oregon a 35-17 lead.
On the night, Justin Herbert threw for 225 yards and 3 touchdowns. The three touchdowns come after his 35-game touchdown streak had been snapped the week before.
Justin Herbert Stats
Justin Herbert NFL
With the best arm in the 2020 NFL Draft, Justin Herbert has the highest ceiling of all quarterbacks in this year’s class, but can he utilize it on the big stage?
Through four games against legitimate FBS competition, 2020 NFL draft prospect and Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert has put up a variety of performances against varying levels of opposition.
These performances, as well as a solidified reputation as one of the best arm talents in college football, has made him into a top choice for the 2020 NFL Draft.
Over the course of four games against Auburn, Stanford, Cal, and Washington, Herbert has posted a 68.9 percent completion rate, 995 yards (249 yds per game), nine touchdowns and only one interception.
Herbert has also taken eight sacks (four against Stanford and three against Auburn) and posted a pedestrian average QBR of 76.7, ranging all the way from 90.8 (vs. Washington) to 62.4 (vs. Cal).
Herbert has proven to be one of the best arm talents in college football, but these varying performances have put a damper on his draft stock that many front offices can not find a way around.
Herbert has shown promise in all three major areas for a quarterback, but still has flaws to fix and areas to improve upon throughout the remainder of this season and into his rookie year.
The three areas covered in this 2020 NFL Draft scouting report will be the same as those for the scouting reports of Jalen Hurts (Hurts scouting report), Joe Burrow (Burrow scouting report) and Tua Tagovailoa (Tagovailoa scouting report):
Mental: Ability to make reads, pocket presence, and awareness. This category judges the ability for a quarterback to manage the game and make the right decisions while keeping cool under pressure.
Physical: Athleticism outside of the throwing arm. This will revolve around mobility, physical presence (within and outside the pocket), as well as any other outstanding attributes that become apparent.
Arm Talent: Any and everything involved with the delivery of the football, primarily dealing with mechanics and tendencies throwing the football.
Justin Herbert Net Worth
The net worth of Justin is not revealed yet but there is no doubt that he is making an impressive net worth in millions. His exact salary has also not published yet and will be updated soon. He is earning a considerable amount of salary from his career. He is satisfied with his earning.