Jordan Rodgers is the brother of NFL MVP and Super Bowl-winning quarterback Aaron Rodgers, and although he's not the prospect his brother was, he has the talent to find a job in the professional ranks.
He has SEC experience and significantly improved his statistics from 2011 to 2012.
Here are five things you need to now about the Vanderbilt signal-caller.
Birthday: August 30, 1988
Hometown: Chico, Calif.
High School: Pleasant Valley
Major: Human and organizational development
After his time at Pleasant Valley High, Rodgers, like his brother, attended Butte Community College.
He then enrolled at Vanderbilt and was the starting quarterback for two seasons. Rodgers graduated in December of 2012.
2011: 13 games, 50 percent completion percentage, 1,524 yards, 9 touchdowns, 10 interceptions.
2012: 12 games, 59.9 percent completion percentage, 2,539 yards, 15 touchdowns, 5 picks.
Rodgers was strikingly better as a senior than he was as a junior. He doesn't have his brother's arm, but his arm isn't a liability.
He completed 19 of 28 passes for 297 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions in a loss to the Florida Gators in 2011, but he never threw for three scores in a game during his time at Vanderbilt.
Weight: 212 lbs.
Gotta love pro day stats, right?
Also via that newspaper, Rodgers wasn't able to do any other on-field work outside of throwing due to a groin injury.
He was not invited to the scouting combine in February.
Jordan is the younger brother of Green Bay Packers starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers, and he has followed Aaron's exact path to the FBS level.
He attended Pleasant Valley High School, then Butte Community college.
He was named to the 2010 and 2011 SEC Academic Honor Roll (h/t VUCommodores.com).
Here's what ESPN's Todd McShay tweeted about the Vanderbilt quarterback after tape study:
Also still think Jordan Rodgers has late rd value for teams not in need of rifle arm.Quick release, anticipation, tough and mobile— Todd McShay (@McShay13) March 23, 2013