Hillsborough football hall of fame


High School: 2005 Tampa Tribune Hillsborough County Player of the Year. Participated in the 2005 U.S. Army All-American Bowl, the Florida vs. California Bowl. Voted 2005 Guy Toph Trophy winner. As a senior in 2005 he totaled 30 touchdowns leading Hillsborough to an undefeated season. Coach Garcia stated “Jarred was the finest athlete I’ve ever coached”. He set every career record at Hillsborough and had an astounding 76 rushing touchdowns as a QB, 1st team All-State and ranked the #3 WR prospect in the country, although he never took a snap there in high school.

College: University of Florida (2006-07): Jarred was a part of the 2006 S.E.C. Championship and National Championship Florida Gators team … Lined up at running back, wide receiver and was on both punt and kick return units. Scored a total of 6 touchdowns. Illinois (2008) Named Athlon’s top receiver transfer… earned preseason second-team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele Magazine. 2010 (Senior): Named the team’s Most Improved Player at the annual post season awards banquet. Athlon Sports preseason third team All-Big Ten. Team Captain of the 2010 season with the fighting Illini and helped lead Illini to an Illinois vs Baylor, Texas Bowl Victory.

Professional: Played 3 years NFL with New Orleans Saints, Indianapolis Colts and New England Patriots; Played 2 yrs. with the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League.

Personal: Assistant Director of Marketing for OTG Sports Management in Evanston, IL., advocate for Grid Iron Greats ( Mike Ditka’s founda-tion). Along with his marketing career Jarred is creating a foundation called “The Journey After” and is a key affiliate with United Games, a new sporting app.