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Jermaine Kearse - NFL Draft Profile

Team
Round
Selection
PositionWide Receiver
SchoolWashington
YearSR
Born2/06/1990
Height6-1
Weight209
High SchoolLakes (Lakewood, Washington)
Earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 Conference honors as a senior after being named to the All-Pac-10 Second Team in both 2009 and 2010...Finished career at Washington ranked second on the all-time receptions list with 180, leading to 2,871 yards and 29 touchdowns...Posted 47 receptions for 699 yards and seven TDs as a senior, turning five catches into a career-high 198 yards and a score in the Alamo Bowl against Baylor...Produced one of the top receiving efforts in school history in 2010 with 63 catches for 1,005 yards and 12 TDs, all of which were personal highs as well...Has size and strength to be productive at the next level, although he didn't display the best hands and his route running could use some direction as well.

2011 Season Stats
 Wk.Opp.Rec.YardsTDAvgResult
1vs. Eastern Wash1808W 30-27
2vs. Hawaii230215W 40-32
3at Nebraska569213.8L 51-38
4vs. California32307.7W 31-23
5at Utah770110W 31-14
7vs. Colorado584116.8W 52-24
8at Stanford452013L 65-21
9vs. Arizona459014.8W 42-31
10vs. Oregon32408L 34-17
11at USC21005L 40-17
12at Oregon State110010L 38-21
13vs. Washington St562012.4W 38-21
17at Baylor5198139.6L 67-56
Collegiate Career
 SeasonRec.YardsTDAvg
201147699714.9
20106210011216.1
200950866817.3
200820301215.1

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