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Jermaine Kearse
Jermaine Kearse

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Lakewood, Wash.

High School:
Lakes

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 208

Position:
WR

Experience:
3V

02/21/2012

Four Dawgs Headed To NFL Combine This Week

Kearse, Kelemete, Polk & Ta'amu will get a chance to boost their stock.

12/29/2011

Price Does Everything -- Except Win Wild Alamo Bowl

Despite historic effort from sophomore signalcaller, Huskies fall to Bears.

12/27/2011

There's Actually A 2nd Offense In This Alamo Bowl

Dawgs looking to counter Baylor's potent attack with their own.

12/26/2011

Fun, Lively Huskies Make A Splash At SeaWorld

Dawgs take some time out for fun, learning before re-focusing on task at hand.

12/23/2011

Dawgs Touch Down In San Antonio

Huskies begin preparations for Valero Alamo Bowl Saturday.

11/26/2011

UW vs. WSU Football, Nov. 26, 2011

Photos from the Huskies' Apple Cup win over Washington State.

11/06/2011

Washington vs. Oregon, Nov. 5, 2011

Huskies and Ducks play the final game at Husky Stadium prior to major renovations.

10/15/2011

Washington vs. Colorado - Oct. 15, 2011

Washington vs. Colorado - Oct. 15, 2011

09/17/2011

Washington vs. Nebraska

Washington vs. Nebraska Photo Gallery

09/10/2011

Washington 40, Hawai'i 32

Photos from Washington-Hawai'i on Sept. 10, 2011 at Husky Stadium.

2011: Played in all 13 games and started 12 of 13 (all but Utah) at one wide receiver position ... named a team captain prior to the start of the season ... earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 ... finished his career ranked No. 2 on the UW career charts for receptions (180), receiving yards (2,871) and receiving TDs (29) ... had a great game in the Alamo Bowl vs. Baylor, catching five passes for 198 yards and an 80-yard touchdown ... 198 yards were sixth-most in UW single-game history ... had a pair of two-TD games during the season: vs. Hawai'i and at Nebraska ... caught just two passes vs. the Warriors, for 30 yards, but both were TDs ... five receptions for 69 yards and two scores at Nebraska ... made a season-high seven catches for 70 yards and a score in the win at Utah ... season-high 84 yards on five catches, including one score, vs. Colorado ... four catches each at Stanford and vs. Arizona ... made five receptions for 62 yards in the Apple Cup win over Washington State ... won the team's Tyee Sports Council Community Service Award at the team's postseason banquet.

2010: Started all 13 games at one wide receiver spot ... named to the All-Pac-10 second team ... finished the regular season ranked No. 3 in the Pac-10 in both receptions (5.17) and receiving yards (83.42) per game ... turned in one of the better seasons by a receiver in UW history ... 1,006 receiving yards ranked No. 7 on the UW single-season list, while 63 catches were good for sixth and 12 receiving touchdown ranked No. 2 all-time ... ranked sixth in career receptions (133), fourth in career receiving yards (2,172) and second in career receiving TDs (22) ... broke a school record with four touchdown receptions vs. Oregon State ... also tied the old record with three TD catches vs. Syracuse ... first WR to lead the Huskies in scoring (72 points entering the bowl game) since Mario Bailey in 1991 ... opened the season with 108 yards and a TD on five catches at BYU ... against Syracuse, set career highs with nine grabs for 179 yards and three TDs ... caught nine passes for 146 yards and four touchdowns in the overtime win vs. Oregon State, scoring both of the UW's overtime TDs ... in the Apple Cup win at Washington State, caught six passes for 178 yards and two touchdowns, including a 66-yard reception for a score ... named the Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Week after the Syracuse game ... for the second straight season, won the team's Apple Cup Big Play of the Game award at the postseason banquet, for his 66-yard TD reception vs. Washington State.

2009: Played in all 12 games and started nine as the Huskies' top wide receiver of the 2009 season ... finished the year with 50 receptions for 866 yards and eight touchdowns, all tops on the team ... 866 receiving yards were seventh-most in UW single-season history while 50 receptions was tied for 14th ... eight receiving TDs ranked sixth (tied) in Husky history ... named to the All-Pac-10 second team ... finished the year having scored in four straight games, posting six TDs over that four-game stretch ... in the season finale, a 42-10 win over 19th-ranked California, notched seven receptions for 147 yards and one touchdown ... ... in the 30-0 Apple Cup win over Washington State, had four catches for 94 yards and a score, a 50-yard TD from Jake Locker ... won the team's Apple Cup Big Play of the Game for that one ... the previous week at Oregon State, made five catches for 70 yards and two touchdowns ... also scored twice at UCLA, when he finished with 114 yards on seven receptions ... two catches for 73 yards vs. Oregon ... had a season-high eight catches for 94 yards and a score, at Notre Dame ... scored a touchdown and had three catches for 54 yards at Stanford ... five receptions for 70 yards at ASU ... made three catches in wins over Idaho and No. 3 USC.

2008: Played in all 12 games of his true freshman season ... made two starts at wide receiver: vs. Oklahoma and Notre Dame ... one of 12 true freshman to play in 2008, and one of nine to start at least one game ... second on the team with 20 receptions and 301 yards ... two touchdown catches were most on the team ... season-high six receptions for 52 yards and a touchdown vs. Stanford ... two catches for 54 yards and a score vs. BYU ... two catches for 60 yards, including a 50-yarder, vs. Arizona State ... two catches each vs. USC and Oregon State ... won the Travis Spring Most Outstanding Freshman (Offense) award at the team's postseason awards banquet.

HIGH SCHOOL & PERSONAL: Named PrepStar and Superprep All-America ... caught 54 passes for 903 yards and eight scores as a senior ... along with fellow UW signee Kavario Middleton, led Lakes to a 10-1 record as a senior in 2007 ... helped team to a total record of 30-4 over his three seasons, including three trips to the state tournament ... named his league's defensive MVP with 89 tackles, six interceptions and two blocked kicks ... played in the U.S. Army All-American game ... named to the 3A all-state first team by the Associated Press ... made the Seattle Times all-state team as a defensive back ... one of just four Washingtonians who picked up votes in the Long Beach Press-Telegram "Best in the West" rankings ... one of only six players named a "blue chip" prospect by the Seattle Times ... one of only nine players named a "Northwest Nugget" by the Tacoma News-Tribune, which also placed him on its Western 100 team ... the state of Washington's No. 5 football recruit, according to Rivals.com, which also rated him the No. 72 receiver in the nation ... Scout.com ranked him the No. 4 recruit in the state, the No. 32 receiver in the nation, and the No. 180 prospect in the country ... listed by Superprep as the No. 37 wideout in the country and the No. 7 recruit in the state of Washington ... totaled 3,500 yards and 39 touchdowns during his high school career ... averaged 15 points per game in basketball and led Lakes HS to the state championship game ... selected to play in the Cloud 9 Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association All-State game ... as a junior, earned all-league honors as a safety and kick returner, helping the Lancers to a 9-2 record ... team went 11-1 his sophomore season, making it to the state quarterfinals ... a key member of the basketball team at Lakes ... a standout on the track team as well ... took second in the triple jump (45 feet, 6.5 inches) and was part of a third-place 4x100 relay team at the state championship meet as a junior in 2007 ... earned all-league honors in track ... coached in both football and track & field by Dave Miller.

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