Jordan Picou closed out his Husker career as a reserve offensive lineman in 2007. Picou was a versatile performer who provided depth at both guard and center while at Nebraska.
Picou, who earned a letter in 2007, played in five games during his NU career, including three games during his senior season. He appeared in contests against Nevada, Oklahoma State and Kansas State. As a junior in 2006, he saw action in Nebraska wins over Nicholls State and Troy, before practicing briefly as a member of the defensive line to add depth late in the season.
A sociology major, Picou is on track to graduate in May of 2008.
After missing spring ball because of shoulder surgery, Picou played in Nebraska wins over Nicholls State and Troy.
Picou redshirted in his first season in the Husker program.
Before Nebraska (Eisenhower HS/Mt. San Antonio CC)
Picou earned All-Mission Conference honors in 2004 for Coach Bill Fisk at Mt. San Antonio CC. His effort helped his team to an 8-3 record. Picou also earned first-team California all-state junior college honors in 2004. In addition to his offensive line duties, the athletic Picou lined up at tight end early in the season and scored a rushing touchdown from the fullback spot.
Picou played his high school football at Eisenhower High School in Rialto, Calif., where he was an all-state selection. He also excelled in basketball as the starting center on a team coached by his father that won the National Junior Basketball Association tournament in 1999.
Picou is the son of Danny and Alicia Picou, and was born on Oct. 2, 1985. He is majoring in sociology, and has served as a volunteer on NU’s team hospital visits.
Picou's Career Statistics
Games Played - 5 (2 in 2006, 3 in 2007)
Games Started - None