- 196 cm
- 118 kg
- Date of Birth:
- 10 August 1991
- Sydney, NSW
- Debut Club:
- Melbourne Storm
- Sydney Roosters
- 25 May 2013
- Previous Club:
- Melbourne Storm
- Junior Club:
- Young Cherry Pickers
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New South Welshman Jordan McLean came to the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys for the 2018 season on a three-year deal after a successful career at the Storm.
McLean played 86 games over five seasons for the Melbourne-based club, with the 2017 grand final win over his future employers the Cowboys the highlight.
At 196cm tall and weighing 115kg, McLean is a man mountain and is set to combine with veteran props Matt Scott and Scott Bolton to form a powerful engine room.
After tasting representative honours with NSW Country in 2016, McLean was on the fringe of Test and State of Origin selection during his final season at the Storm in 2017.
After helping the Storm to the NRL title, McLean was selected in the Kangaroos’ squad for the Rugby League World Cup, playing in all three of Australia’s pool games.
The club’s marquee recruit in the off-season, Jordan McLean’s Cowboys career got off to a disastrous start.
Just four games into his first campaign as a Cowboy, McLean suffered a serious Lisfranc injury which would keep him on the sidelines for four months.
McLean’s return in Round 20 coincided with a change in fortune for the Cowboys. Paul Green’s side won four of their last six games, with a healthy McLean playing a major role in the strong finish.
As a reward for his brilliant late season form, McLean was selected in the Kangaroos side for the Test Matches against New Zealand and Tonga.
Favourite Netflix series: MeatEater
Favourite sports movie: The Blind Side
Which teammate wins Cowboys Ninja Warrior: Griffin Neame
Best nickname you’ve been given and how did you get it: Macca – There were three Jordan’s when I was at Melbourne so Brad Arthur gave me that nickname.
Favourite game day pump up music: Country - I like to relax so some easy listening
Dream job if you weren’t a football player: Pilot
Best concert you’ve been to: Finns Bali on New Year’s Eve
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2020 Season - By Round
|Round||Opponent||Score||Position||Minutes Played||Tries||Goals||Points||Try Assists||Linebreaks||Tackle Breaks||Post Contact Metres||Offloads||Receipts||Tackles Made||Missed Tackles||Total Running Metres||Hit Up Running Metres||Kick Return Metres|
|1||Broncos||Lost||21 - 28||Prop||53||-||-||-||-||-||-||44||-||15||28||6||132||78||44|
|2||Bulldogs||Won||16 - 24||Prop||44||-||-||-||-||-||1||51||1||15||25||-||145||108||37|
Career By Season
|Year||Played||Won||Lost||Drawn||Win %||Tries||Goals||Points||Kicking Metres||Kicking Metres Average||Tackle Breaks||Post Contact Metres||Offloads||Tackles Made||Missed Tackles||Total Running Metres||Average Running Metres||Kick Return Metres||Total Points||Average Points|
|Year Start||Year End||Played||Won||Lost||Drawn||Win %||Tries||Goals||Points||Kicking Metres||Kicking Metres Average||Tackle Breaks||Post Contact Metres||Offloads||Tackles Made||Missed Tackles||Total Running Metres||Average Running Metres||Kick Return Metres||Total Points||Average Points|