Jeremiah McLaurin
Jeremiah  McLaurin


Saginaw, Mich.

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 190




Scheduled for back-up duty at left corner, behind Ashton Watson...recorded three solo hits in the April 19 scrimmage...AS A JUNIOR: Presented the Doug Weaver Oil Can Award as the team humorist...appeared in all 12 games in 2002, primarily on special teams, and played a career-high 91 minutes...produced a career-best 15 tackles (12 solos, 3 assists)...posted three stops each vs. Minnesota (2-1) and Eastern Michigan (2-1)...named Spartan Special Teams Player of the Week vs. Rice (8 production points)...played a career-best 14.5 minutes in the season opener vs. Eastern Michigan...AS A SOPHOMORE: Saw action in all 12 games in 2001, primarily on special teams, and played 38 minutes...made three total tackles, including a solo hit vs. Missouri...credited with two assists, including one each vs. Northwestern and Iowa...AS A FRESHMAN: Sat out the entire 2000 season for academic reasons...HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: PrepStar All-American...ranked among the Midwest's top players by PrepStar (No. 24) and SuperPrep (No. 53)...rated among the Midwest's top defensive backs (No. 3) by PrepStar...listed among the state's top players by the Lansing State Journal (No. 11), Detroit Free Press (No. 13), The Midwest Football Recruiting News (No. 15) and The Detroit News (No. 24)...all-state and All-Saginaw Valley selection as a senior...registered 34 tackles and intercepted nine passes in 1999...picked off a pass on the final play of the Division 2 state championship game to preserve Saginaw (Mich.) High School's 14-7 victory over Birmingham Brother Rice...produced 38 stops and seven interceptions as a junior...three-year starter for Coach Don Durrett had 23 career interceptions...high school teammate of former Spartan All-American Charles Rogers...son of Norma McLaurin...born July 24, 1981...majoring in telecommunication.
McLaurin's Statistics
2001	12/0	1	2	3
2002	12/0	12	3	15
Career	24/0	13	5	18

McLaurin's Career Highs Tackles: 3, twice (last vs. Minnesota, 2002)