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Jags Undrafted Rookie Free Agent Bios

Posted May 1, 2013

A comprehensive and detailed list of all the 2013 Jaguars Undrafted Rookie Free Agents debuting this weekend during Rookie Minicamp.

T.J. Barnes

Defensive Tackle

6-7  364

Georgia Tech

Enterprise, Alabama

Born June 14, 1990

Career Notes: Four-year letterman … Tied the school-record for games played (54) … Career totals included 75 tackles, 8.5 tackles for a loss, four pass breakups and 2.5 sacks … Has experience in both 4-3 and 3-4 schemes … Started all 14 games at DT as a senior … Recorded 28 tackles (12 solo), 5.0 tackles for a loss and 1.5 sacks en route to earning honorable mention All-ACC honors by the league’s head coaches … As a junior, played in all 13 games as a backup at DT and tallied 11 tackles, 1.5 for a loss and one sack … Played in 12 games as a sophomore and appeared in all 14 games as a redshirt freshman … Majored in business management … Attended Enterprise High School (Ala.) where he played both OT and DT … Set school record with eight sacks in one game as a senior … Father, Terry Jones, played football at Auburn along with cousins, Fred Baxter and Randy Hart … His brother, Beau Reliford, plays at Florida State … Has four teenage siblings … Full name: Tarence Jariviz Barnes.

 

Maalik Bomar

Linebacker

6-0  232

Cincinnati

Cincinnati, Ohio

Born August 1, 1990

Career Notes: Three-year letterman … Appeared in 47 games at LB … Career totals include 178 tackles (133 solo), 15.0 tackles for a loss, five passes defensed, three sacks, two forced fumbles, two rumble recoveries and one INT … Recorded 68 tackles (51 solo), 3.5 tackles for a loss, two passes defensed and one INT as a senior … Named Big East Defensive Player of the Week after making 16 tackles (nine solo) vs. Virginia Tech … As a junior, tallied 45.5 tackles (30 solo), 3.5 tackles for a loss, three passes defensed and two fumble recoveries … Made first career start as a sophomore … Attended Winton Woods High School (Ohio) … Son of Jerry and Tina Bomar … One of seven siblings … Brother, Tahj, played football at Washington and father, Jerry, played football at Marshall … Graduated with a degree in exploratory studies.

 

Marcus Burley

Cornerback

5-10  185

Delaware

Richmond, Virginia

Born July 16, 1990

Career Notes: Four-year letterman … Appeared in 48 games, making 33 stars … Career totals included 169 tackles (119 solo), 18 pass breakups, four INTs, three tackles for a loss, three fumble recoveries and one forced fumble … As a senior, started all 11 games and recorded 27 tackles (19 solo), five passes defensed and one fumble recovery … Earned third-team All-CAA honors as a junior while starting all 11 games at CB … As a redshirt freshman in 2009, tallied a career-high 51 tackles (39 solo) including a single-game high of nine tackles vs. William & Mary … Redshirted in 2008 … Attended Highland Springs (Va.) High School and led team to a 10-0 record and Capital District title in 2007 … Son of Charles and Marcella Burley … Has a younger sister … Cousin, Herbert Turner, played college football for three seasons … Majored in sport management and minored in leadership.

 

R.J. Dill

Offensive Tackle

6-6  316

Rutgers

Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania

Born July 26, 1990

Career Notes: Four-year letterman … Started all 13 games at RT at Rutgers in 2012 after transferring from Maryland following the 2011 season … Three-year starter at Maryland … Appeared in 37 games for the Terrapins, making 33 career starts (23 at RT, 10 at LT), including the final 30 of his career … Attended Trinity (Pa.) High School … Started at offensive and defensive tackle for coach Jeff Boger … Four-year letterman on the basketball team … Son of Bob and Michelle Dill … Graduated from Maryland in December 2011 with a degree in economics.

 

Jeremiah Green

Linebacker

6-1  245

Nevada

Tulare, California

Born May 8, 1990

Career Notes: Three-year letterman at Nevada after transferring from College of the Sequoias in Visalia, Calif. … Appeared in 39 career games at LB … As a senior, started all 12 games and recorded 61 tackles (38 solo), 5.5 tackles for a loss, two sacks and one fumble recovery … Started all 13 games at LB as a junior and finished seventh on the team with 48 tackles … Also added seven passes defensed, three INTs, including one returned for a TD and two tackles for a loss … Recorded at least one tackle in all 13 games … As a sophomore, appeared in all 14 games … Attended Tulare Union (Calif.) High School … Three-sport letterwinner in football, basketball and track … Son of Virgil and Sharon Green … Older brother, Virgil, was a TE for Nevada and drafted by the Denver Broncos in the seventh round of the 2011 Draft … Majored in criminal justice.

 

Paul Hazel

Defensive End

6-5  227

Western Michigan

Miami, Florida

Born May 4, 1990

Career Notes: Four-year letterman … Also saw action on the Western Michigan basketball team during the 2012-13 season … Appeared in 49 games, making 19 starts at DE … Career totals include 104 tackles (55 solo), 24.0 tackles for a loss, 17.5 sacks, seven forced fumbles, six pass breakups and one fumble recovery … Played in 12 games as a senior with four starts at LB, recording 20 tackles (10 solo), four sacks, three forced fumbles and two pass breakups … Saw action in 13 games as a junior with three starts … Posted a career-high 46 tackles (25 solo) as a sophomore along with eight sacks and 12.0 tackles for loss while earning third-team All-MAC honors … Named All-Dade County in football and basketball as a senior at South Miami High School … Son of Rachel Hazel and Simon Codrington, Jr. … Majored in criminal justice.

 

Abry Jones

Defensive Tackle

6-4  312

Georgia

Warner Robins, Georgia

Born September 8, 1991

Career Notes: Three-year letterman … Appeared in 46 games, making 26 starts at DE and DT … Career totals include 107 tackles (52 solo), 35 QB pressures, 13.5 tackles for a loss, 5.0 sacks and two forced fumbles … As a senior, started six of seven games and made 17 tackles before missing the final seven games due to an ankle injury … Received the David Jacobs Award as a player who, by example, portray courage, spirit, character and determination … As a junior, received the team’s Most Improved Player Award (defense) after starting all 14 games and recording 48 tackles (28 solo), 20 QB pressures, 7.0 tackles for a loss and 4.0 sacks … Named SEC Defensive lineman of the Week after tallying four tackles (1.5 for a loss) vs. Kentucky and three tackles, three pass breakups and a forced fumble at Vanderbilt … Appeared in all 13 games with six starts as a sophomore … Registered a career-high 16 tackles (two for a loss) and one forced fumble vs. Georgia Tech … Saw action in 12 games as a freshman … Attended Northside (Ga.) High School … USA Today All-USA second-team selection … Majored in communication studies.


Cole McKenzie

Wide Receiver

6-1  193

Southern Oregon

Red Bluff, California

Born May 27, 1991

Career Notes: Appeared in 22 games during his two seasons at Southern Oregon … Participated in the 2013 NFL Super Regional Combine in Dallas, Texas … Career totals include 126 receptions for 2,133 yards and 23 TDs … As a senior, started all 12 games and caught 98 passes for 1,661 yards (16.9 yards per catch) and 18 TDs, all school records … Set school single-game receiving record with 19 receptions for 265 yards in playoff loss at Morningside … Appeared in 10 games as a junior and made 28 receptions for 472 yards (16.9 yards per catch) and five TDs … Spent one season at Butte Junior College before transferring to Southern Oregon … Two-year letterman in football at Red Bluff (Calif.) High School … Earned all-league and all-section WR his junior and senior seasons … Son of Abner and Staci McKenzie … Has a younger brother, Conner … Majored in kiniesiology.

 

Jamal Miles

Wide Receiver

5-9  188

Arizona State

Peoria, Arizona

Born February 28, 1991

Career Notes: Four-year letterman … Played in 43 games and set the school record with 1,866 kick return yards … Returned 80 kickoffs for 1,866 yards (23.2 yards per return) and four TDs … Finished his career with 16 TDs (10 receiving, three kick returns, two rushing and one punt return) … Registered kick returns of 98 and 99 yards, both for TDs … Had 128 career receptions for 995 yards and 10 TDs … Receiving yardage increased each season at Arizona State … Played in 12 games as a senior, finishing with 21.8-yard kickoff return average, 8.8-yard punt return average and 37 catches for 373 yards … Second-team All-Pac-12 selection as a return specialist as a junior … Accounted for 10 TDs (6 receiving, 2 kickoff returns, 1 punt return, 1 passing) while totaling 60 receptions for 361 yards … Attended Peoria (Ariz.) High School … Started on offense (RB), defense (DB) and special teams (KR, PR) … Rated as the state’s top RB by Rivals.com … As a senior, rushed 231 times for 2,168 yards (9.4 yards per carry) and 29 rushing TDs in 11 games (197.1 rushing yards per game) … Majored in business information systems, with focuses on sociology and education.

 

Stephane Milhim

Guard

6-4  300

Massachusetts

Pembroke Pines, Florida

Born November 20, 1990

Career Notes: Four-year letterman … Appeared in 40 games on the offensive line … As a senior, started all 13 games at guard … Started all 11 games as a junior on the offensive line … Started all 10 games as a sophomore, including the first of his career vs. Maine in the season opener … As a freshman, started six of the last seven games at RG … Redshirted in 2008 … Attended Flanagan (Fla.) High School in Pembroke Pines, Fla. … Sun-Sentinel All-County honorable mention … Son of Jean-Pierre Emile Milhim and Gina Nicaisse … Has three brothers … Majored in Afro-American studies … Full name: Stephane Emile Milhim.

 

Jeff Nady

Offensive Tackle

6-6  303

Nevada

Minden, Nevada

Born February 15, 1990

Career Notes: Three-year starter … Appeared in 40 games, making 34 starts … As a senior, started all 11 games and earned first-team All-MWC … Started all 13 games as a junior and earned second-team All-WAC before Nevada moved to the Mountain West Conference … As a sophomore, played in 13 games, making 10 starts … Made his first start against BYU stepping in for an injured teammate … Saw action in three games as a freshman … Redshirt freshman in 2008 … Attended Douglas (Nev.) High School in Minden, Nevada … Two-year letterman … Led team to Sierra League championship in 2007 … Son of Joe and Cleo Nady … Has one older brother, Joe, and one older sister, Toby Davis … Uncle, Jay Nady, played football at Nevada … Full name: Jeffrey Wray Nicholas Nady.

 

Ryan Otten

Tight End

6-6  241

San Jose State

Loomis, California

Born April 7, 1990

Career Notes: Four-year letterman and three-year starter … Appeared in 42 games, making 28 starts … Finished career with 126 receptions for 1,760 yards and 12 TDs, the most in school history by a tight end … Recorded four career 100-plus yard receiving games … Only San Jose State TE with two 700-plus yard receiving seasons … Two-time Mackey Award National TE of the Week .. Two-time first-team All-WAC … Team captain … Played in 2013 Senior Bowl … Started all 13 games as a senior and made 47 receptions for 742 yards (15.8 avg.) with four TDs …  His 15.8 average per catch was highest in nation by a tight end … Recorded a career-high 52 catches for 739 yards (14.2 avg.) as a junior … As a sophomore, played in six games, making four starts … Missed six games due to injury … As a freshman, played in all 12 games, starting seven of the first eight … Caught at least one pass in six games … Spent the 2008 season as a redshirt … Attended Del Oro (Calif.) High School in Loomis, California … First-team All-NorCal selection by Scout.com … Son of Laurie Cruse Otten … Graduated with a degree in business management.

 

Tobais Palmer

Wide Receiver

5-11  178

North Carolina State

Pittsboro, North Carolina

Born February 20, 1990

Career Notes: Two-year letterman … Appeared in 25 games, making 20 starts … Career totals include 91 receptions for 1,277 yards (14.0 yards per catch) for 11 TDs … Started all 13 games as a senior and made team-high 54 catches for 781 yards (14.5 yards per catch) and six TDs … As a junior, started seven of 12 games and was the fourth-leading receiver on the team with 37 receptions … Made his first career start at Wake Forest … Started and led the team in receptions (5) with 94 receiving yards vs. North Carolina … Redshirted the 2010 season … Spent two seasons at Georgia Military College under coach Brett Williams … Saw action at both RB and WR … Attended Northwood (N.C.) High School in Pittsboro, North Carolina … Rushed for over 4,700 yards and scored more than 80 all-purpose TDs in three seasons … Earned the Chatham County Male Athlete of the Year award as a senior … AA-State champion in the 100-meter dash as a senior … Majored in sport management.

 

Lonnie Pryor

Fullback

6-0  224

Florida State

Okeechobee, Florida

Born February 22, 1990

Career Notes: Four-year letterman … Appeared in 54 games, making 24 starts and recorded 718 rushing yards and 18 TDs on 124 carries (5.79 yards per carry) … As a senior, appeared in 14 games and rushed 47 times for 376 yards (8.00 yards per carry) and eight TDs and caught 13 passes for 117 yards (9.00 yards per catch) … Dominated as a blocked, producing 32 TD-resulting blocks as FB … In 2011, finished the season with 135 rushing yards and three TDs … In his freshman and sophomore seasons, totaled 268 rushing yards with eight rushing TDs and added 201 receiving yards and four TDs on 22 receptions … Attended Okeechobee (Fla.) High School … Consensus All-State selection his final three seasons … Rushed for 5,091 yards and 48 TDs on 605 carries (8.41 yards per carry) in three seasons … Majored in criminal justice.

 

Kyler Reed

Tight End

6-3  225

Nebraska

Shawnee, Kansas

Born April 14, 1990

Career Notes: Three-year letterman … Appeared in 51 games, making 18 starts … Career totals include 67 receptions for 1,063 yards (15.9 yards per catch) and 11 TDs … Honorable-mention All-Big Ten as a senior … Ranks second in school history with 67 receptions for a TE … One of just five TEs in school history with 1,000 or more receiving yards … As a senior, started three of 14 games and caught 24 passes for 357 yards (14.9 yards per catch) and two TDs … Had his best statistical season as a sophomore when he started 10 of 14 games and made 22 receptions for 395 yards (18.0 yards per catch) and eight TDs … Had a career-high two TD receptions vs. Colorado in 2010 … Redshirt freshman in 2008 … Attended St. Thomas Aquinas (Kan.) High School in Overland Park, Kan. … As a senior, recorded 500 receiving yards at TE, 350 rushing yards at RB and threw for a TD, while starring as a DB on defense …First-team All-State as a senior … Son of Linda and Kenny Reed … Graduated with a degree in business administration in December 2012.

 

LaRoy Reynolds

Linebacker

6-1  243

Virginia

Norfolk, Virginia

Born November 3, 1990

Career Notes: Four-year letterman … Appeared in 45 games, making 34 starts and 250 tackles in four seasons … As a senior, started 10 games and finished second on the team with 90 tackles, including 9.5 for a loss … One of four team captains … Recorded a career-high 15 tackles vs. Virginia Tech, including a sack on QB Logan Thomas … Earned honorable-mention All-ACC … As a junior, one of 13 players to start all 13 games and made 88 tackles … Tallied a season-high 12 tackles , including 1.5 for a loss vs. Southern Mississippi … As a sophomore, moved from DB to LB and started 11 of 12 games … Led the team with 66 tackles … As a freshman, appeared in 10 games on special teams … Attended Maury (Va.) High School … Saw action at WR, RB, QB, DB and LB … First-team All-District LB and second-team All-District WR as a senior … Finished his senior year with 99 tackles … Son of Roy and Yolanda Reynolds … Has two sisters, Alex and Kita.

 

Jordan Rodgers

Quarterback

6-1  212

Vanderbilt

Chico, California

Born August 30, 1988

Career Notes: Two-year letterman … In his two seasons at Vanderbilt, started 19 of 25 games and completed 299 of 535 passes (55.89%) for 4,063 yards (7.59 yards per attempt) and 24 TDs … Rushed 95 times for 364 yards (3.83 yards per rush) and three TDs … As a senior, completed 191 of 319 passes (59.88%) for 2,539 yards (7.96 yards per attempt) and 15 TDs … Ranked 45th nationally with a 139.11 pass efficiency rating … Finished his career ranked ninth in school in pass completions (299), 10th in attempts (535), sixth in passing yards (4,063) and sixth in total offense (4,554 yards) … Transferred to Vanderbilt in 2010  from Butte (Cal.) Community College … At Butte, completed 171 of 312 passes (54.81%) for 2,840 yards (9.1 yards per attempt) and 26 TDs in 19 games during his two seasons … Led Butte to an undefeated season and the 2008 JUCO national title … In 2009, earned All-Northern California Football Association honors … Attended Pleasant Valley (Cal.) High School in Chico, Cal. … As a senior, led the team to an 8-3-1 record completing 110 of 181 passes (60.77%) for 1,699 yards (9.39 yards per attempt) and 14 TDs … Named All-Eastern Football League … Graduated in December 2012 with a degree in human and organizational development … Two-time SEC Academic Honor Roll … One of three sons of Darla and Ed Rodgers … Older brother, Aaron, earned the 2011 Super Bowl MVP Award as QB of the Green Bay Packers … Full name: Jordan Edward Rodgers.

 

 Matt Scott

Quarterback

6-3  212

Arizona

Corona, California

Born November 9, 1990

Career Notes: Started 17 of 34 games, including his final 12 during his five-year career at Arizona … Career totals include completing 415 of 676 passes (61.39%) for 4,921 yards (7.28 yards per attempt) and 33 TDs and rushed for 1,138 yards and eight TDs on 212 carries (5.37 yards per carry) … Registered 6,059 total yards of offense … Ranks second in school history for rushing yards by a QB (1,138) … Third-highest completion percentage in school history (61.39%) … Ranks ninth in TD passes (33), 10th in passing yards (4,921) and sixth in total offense (6,059 yards) … Holds the school record for passing yards per completion (11.86) … Named second-team All-Pac 12 as a senior … Led the conference in total yards per game (343.83) … Set the school’s postseason record for total yards (403 – 382 passing and 21 rushing) in his final game in a 49-48 fourth-quarter victory over Nevada in the New Mexico Bowl … Redshirted during the 2011 season … Named the team’s co-offensive MVP as a junior with 776 yards passing and 135 yards rushing … Attended Centennial (Cal.) High School in Corona, Cal. … As a senior, earned Tacoma News Tribune Western 100, Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West, Prep Star All-American and CalHiSports first-team All-State honors … 2007 finalist for the Joe Montana Award, given to the nation’s top prep QB … That year, completed 174 of 285 passes (61.05%) for 2,479 yards (8.70 yards per attempt) and 19 TDs and rushed 131 times for 1,099 yards (8.39 yards per carry) and 13 TDs … As a junior, posted the school’s fifth-best pass completion percentage while earning All-League honors … Threw for 1,700 yards and 10 TDs and rushed for 526 yards and seven TDs on 71 carries (7.5 yards per carry) … Majored in human development.

 

Steven Terrell

Safety

5-10  197

Texas A&M

Allen, Texas

Born September 21, 1990

Career Notes: Four-year letterman … Appeared in 52 games, making 24 starts … Career totals include 139 tackles, four INTs, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery … As a senior, started all 13 games and recorded 61 tackles (37 solo), five passes defensed, four tackles for a loss, two forced fumbles and two INTs … As a junior, started four of 13 games and totaled 24 tackles (13 solo) and two INTs … Posted a season-high eight tackles vs. Kansas … Selected to the first-team Academic All-Big 12 team … As a sophomore, started seven of 13 games and tallied 46 tackles, two passes defensed and a fumble recovery … Registered a season-high nine tackles vs. Baylor … Selected to the first-team Academic All-Big 12 team … As a freshman, saw action in all 13 games on special teams and DB and made eight tackles … Attended Allen (Tex.) High School … Lead team to the 2008 5A Division I State Championship as a senior … Named first-team All-State by the TSWA and The Associated Press … Recorded 122 tackles, five blocked kicks, and two INTs as a senior … As a junior, totaled 96 tackles, 12 passes defensed, six blocked kicks and four INTs … Son of Danny and Lorine Terrell … Majored in sport management.

 

Carson Tinker

Long Snapper

6-1  220

Alabama

Murfreesboro, Tennessee

Born November 15, 1989

Career Notes: Two-year letterman … Appeared in 38 games at LS … Started all 13 games as a senior and successfully completed 133 of 135 snapping attempts … As a junior, handled both FG/XP duties and punt duties and successfully completed all 130 snapping opportunities (91 FG/XP and 39 punts) … As a sophomore, started all 13 games and was 121 of 123 on snapping opportunities (58 XP, 40 punts and 24 FG) … As a freshman, saw action in a 45-0 win over Chattanooga on homecoming … Redshirted in 2008 … Attended Riverdale (Tenn.) High School in Murfreesboro, Tenn. … Led team to an 11-1 record as a senior … Went 11-2 as a junior … Majored in pre-business.

 

Roderick Tomlin

Offensive Tackle

6-5  312

Murray State

Jackson, Tennessee

Born December 10, 1990

Career Notes: Four-year letterman … Appeared in 42 games, making 37 starts (33 at RT and four at LT) … As a senior, started all 11 games at RT and helped protect QB Casey Brockman to throw for 28 of the team’s 30 TDs … Helped pave the way for 23 rushing TDs … As a junior, started all 11 games at RT and anchored an offensive line that was among the national leaders in total offense, passing offense and scoring offense … Helped Racers set a school record with 630 passing yards vs. Tennessee State … As a sophomore, started all 11 games at RT … Part of offensive line that only allowed 16 sacks on 515 pass attempts … Team rushed for over 300 yards for the first time since 2006 vs. Tennessee Tech … As a freshman, appeared in nine games, making four starts at LT … Redshirted in 2008 … Attended Jackson North (Tenn.) High School in Jackson, Tenn. … Earned Outstanding Lineman Award after averaging five pancakes per game as a senior … Named All-Region and All-West Tennessee first-team … Also competed on the track and field team … Son of Roderick and Gwendalyn Tomlin … Has two sister Rashanna and Ramel … Majored in mathematics … Full name: Roderick C. Tomlin.

 

Trey Wilson

Cornerback

5-10  193

Vanderbilt

Shreveport, Louisiana

Born November 11, 1990

Career Notes: Four-year letterman at Vanderbilt … Career totals include 88 tackles (68 solo), 19 pass breakups, six INTs, 1.5 tackles for a loss and one forced fumble … As a senior, started every game at CB … Team ranked third in the SEC in pass defense … Led the team with three INTs, including two for TDs … Set the school record with four INTs returned for TDs during his career and total INT-return yardage (291) … Finished second on the team with nine passes defensed … Contributed 36 tackles (29 solo), including a career-high five tackles vs. North Carolina State and at Georgia … As a junior, totaled 30 tackles (24 solo), a career-high 11 passes defensed and three INTs … As a sophomore, played in every game on special teams and CB and make his first-career start in a five-DB package in the opener vs. Northwestern … Finished the season with 11 tackles (eight solo) … As a true freshman, saw action in every game on special teams and as a reserve CB … Recorded 10 tackles (six solo) … Attended Evangel Christian Academy (La.), one of the state’s top prep programs … Started three years at DB … As a senior, led the team to a 13-2 record and totaled 75 tackles and two INTs … As a junior, tallied 53 tackles and three INTs … As a sophomore, helped lead the team to a state title … Son of Harolyn Wilson and the late Shelford Wilson Jr. … Has a younger brother, Jordan … Majored in human and organizational development … Full name: Trey Aaron Wilson.

 

Michael Zimmer

Linebacker

6-1  235

Illinois State

Wheeling, Illinois

Born September 23, 1990

Career Notes: Four-year letterman … Appeared in 44 games at LB and totaled 269 tackles (135 solo), 12.0 tackles for a loss, eight passes defensed, 6.5 sacks, two INTs, one fumble recovery and one forced fumble … Tied for 13th all-time at ISU with 269 tackles … As a senior, started all 13 games at MLB and led the team with 127 tackles en route to first-team All-Missouri Valley Football Conference honors … Posted six games with 10 or more tackles … Recorded an INT in a win at Eastern Michigan … Registered a career-high 17 tackles vs. Missouri State …  As a junior, played in all 11 games, making two starts at WLB … Finished the season with 29 tackles (23 solo) … Recorded a season-high nine tackles at Youngstown State … As a sophomore, started nine of 11 games at OLB … Finished fourth on the team with 65 tackles (31 solo) … Posted a season-high 13 tackles vs. Youngstown State … As a true freshman, earned MVFC All-Newcomer honors after starting five of nine games and totaling 48 tackles (25 solo), including four tackles for a loss … Recorded his first-career INT vs. No. 9 Northern Iowa … Attended Wheeling (Ill.) High School … Three-sport athlete (football, basketball and track and field) … Named to the Chicago Sun-Times Chicago 100 Team as a senior … 2008 All-Mid-Suburban Conference as a senior … Named All-State by Rivals.com … Member of Wheeling High School’s two-straight IHSA State Playoff teams … Recorded 70 tackles as a senior, along with seven defensive TDs … Son of Brian and Cindy Zimmer … One of four children.

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