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Ramon Broadway

| | College: Arkansas
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2009 Season

Broadway played in 11 games and started five for the Razorbacks in 2009. He had starts against Missouri State, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi State and LSU … He totaled 55 tackles on the season and had two tackles for a loss, four pass break ups, three fumble recoveries and oneforced fumble … His 55 tackles ranked sixth on the squad and is fourth among all returning players … His three fumble recoveries led the Razorbacks and ranked second in the SEC … He recorded a season-high seven tackles against Auburn and repeated the number the next week against Florida. Broadway also broke up two passes against Auburn … He had six tackles and one pass break up in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl victory over East Carolina.

2008 Season

Broadway played in all 12 games and started six for the Razorbacks in 2008. He had starts against Auburn, Kentucky, Ole Miss, Tulsa, South Carolina and Mississippi State. He totaled 52 tackles on the season and had six tackles for a loss, two interceptions, 10 pass break ups, one quarterback hurry and one forced fumble. His 52 tackles ranked seventh on the squad and second among members of the secondary. His six tackles for loss ranked third among all Razorbacks. Broadway recorded a season-high 11 tackles against Ole Miss. He also had eight the next week against Tulsa. He had seven tackles and his second interception of the year at UK. His two interceptions tied Jerry Franklin for the most on the team.

2007 Season

A force on special teams, Broadway saw duty in all 13 games for the Razorbacks. He had at least one tackle in 10 games and all 19 of his tackles came as a member of the special teams unit, ranking second on the team behind linebacker Freddy Burton's 21 stops. He posted one tackle in the season opener vs. Troy and another special teams stop with a fumble recovery against Kentucky. Against North Texas, Broadway made two tackles, one solo and one assist, and had his first career PBU in the Hogs' 66-7 win. He added another assisted tackle vs. Chattanooga in Little Rock and a solo stop vs. Ole Miss. Broadway racked up five total tackles in the Homecoming game vs. Florida International. He had one assisted tackle in each of Arkansas' next two games against South Carolina and Tennessee. He made three solo tackles vs. Mississippi State in Little Rock. In the regular-season finale, Broadway totaled three tackles in the Razorbacks' upset win over LSU. He played against Missouri in the Cotton Bowl but recorded no tackles.

2006 Season

He worked with the Razorback scout-team defense during his redshirt campaign.

High School

He was named to the first-team Louisiana Sports Writers Association all-state team for Coach Dennis Dunn after helping the Eagles win the 1A state championship only a year removed from the school winning a state title at the 5A level. The school was forced to 1A because of state regulations regarding enrollment. The cornerback was a four-year starter at Evangel and earned first-team all-state 1A honors from the Baton Rouge Advocate. The same outlet also recognized him as an Advocate Super Dozen honorable mention selection. He was named to the Shreveport Times All-Area team and the Monroe News-Star All-Louisiana team. He was also recognized as one of the state's top prospects by The Times-Picayune in New Orleans. In one game in his senior season, he returned a kickoff 75 yards for a touchdown and an interception for 64 yards and a score. He also scored a two-yard touchdown on the ground in the same game. He totaled seven kick returns for touchdowns as a senior. Against the No. 1 team in the state, he returned the opening kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown. He was part of a state championship squad that finished 11-3 as a junior. He made five catches for 18 yards. He also returned three kickoffs for 70 yards and had 28 tackles, including three tackles for loss (-23), and an interception. He played with fellow Razorbacks Ben Cleveland and London Crawford in the Max Emfinger All-Star Game in Shreveport, La., following his senior season. He was ranked as the No. 48 overall prospect out of Louisiana by Dandy Don's Top Prospects. He earned a 36-inch vertical jump as a prepster. He was also recruited by a number of schools including Michigan, Northwestern, Southern Miss, Louisiana Tech and Louisiana-Monroe.


Born Dec. 20, 1987, he is the son of William and Odessa Jackson. He is enrolled in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences.


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