AT GEORGIA STATE: Three-year starter at wide receiver who missed most of the 2012 due to injury ... The Panthers' fourth-leading receiver in both 2010 and 2011 ... Career totals of 35 receptions for 515 yards and six touchdowns, ranking in the top five in GSU annals in each category ... 2009 signee who practiced with the team in 2009-10 ... Named to the Athletic Director's Honor Roll for fall 2011 ... Earned the team's Leadership Award for offense following 2012 spring practice.
2012: Played in just two games after suffering a season-ending shoulder injury in game two against Tennessee ... Caught two passes for 34 yards against the Vols before the injury.
2011: GSU's fourth-leading receiver on the season with 16 catches for 264 yards and four touchdowns ... Caught touchdown passes of three and 55 yards in the season finale against Campbell, when he had three catches for a career-best 71 yards ... The 55-yard TD vs. Campbell is the longest reception of his career ... Opened the 2011 season with a 12-yard touchdown catch from Bo Schlechter ... Added a 31-yard touchdown catch vs. St. Francis ... Selected the Panthers' Best Performer on offense following spring practice.
2010: GSU's fourth-leading receiver, despite playing with a cast due to a broken finger that caused him to miss three games ... One of three starters at wide receiver ... Finished with 17 catches for 217 yards and two touchdowns, averaging 12.8 yards per catch.
Caught three passes for 53 yards in the inaugural game vs. Shorter, including a 16-yard TD catch and a 32-yard reception ... Missed games two through four with a broken right middle finger, sustained in practice Sept. 7
Returned versus Morehead State and caught three passes for 24 yards. Caught a six-yard touchdown pass and set up another TD with a 13-yard reception down to the two ... Season-high four catches for 37 yards against N.C. Central
Caught three passes for 70 yards against Old Dominion, including his longest reception of 48 yards ... Added three catches for 26 yards against South Alabama
Blocked a punt - the first in GSU history - against Lamar, giving the Panthers possession at the six-yard line to set up a touchdown.
Led the Panthers with five receptions in the 2010 spring game, covering 41 yards.
HIGH SCHOOL: All-area and all-county selection at Spring Valley High ... Caught 57 passes for 750 yards as a senior, following 20 receptions for 300 yards as a junior ... Top single game was eight catches for 115 yards ... Broke the school's receiving record that was previously held by Michael Boulware, who went on to play at Florida State and in the NFL ... Named to the midseason All-Midlands team by the Columbia State ... Played for coach Quay Farr at Spring Valley High ... Also competed in basketball and track.
PERSONAL: Full name is Jordan Aldridge Giles ... Born April 23, 1991 ... Parents are Lester and Delphia Giles.