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Jamar Love

Height: 6-0 | Weight: 191 | College: Arkansas
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2006 Season

A regular in the Razorbacks' defensive back rotation and a regular contributor on the kickoff coverage team, Love appeared in all 14 games in his sophomore season. He earned one start at cornerback when the Razorbacks opened in a dime formation against Vanderbilt. He was a part of Arkansas' nickel and dime secondary formations and was a reserve a left cornerback. He tallied 16 tackles, including 12 solo stops, on the season. He earned at least one tackle in his first eight outings, but didn't register a stop in his final six contests. Love tied for fifth on the squad with six tackles on special teams, including five solo stops and one assisted tackle. He earned three pass break ups and two quarterback hurries on the campaign. - Love logged 26 snaps in the secondary against No. 6 USC. He earned one assisted tackle against the Trojans. He stepped up with five solo stops against Utah State. He also broke up an Aggies' pass and finished with six total tackles. He made his first career start at Vanderbilt as the Hogs opened in a dime defense. Love recorded one tackle and broke up a pass in playing all 67 defensive snaps against the Commodores. He played just 14 snaps against No. 22 Alabama's power-running game as the Hogs lined up in their traditional 4-3 defense most of the game. He finished with four tackles against the Crimson Tide. Love notched a solo tackle on 17 snaps at No. 2 Auburn where he played in nickel and dime formations for the Razorbacks. He also registered a pass deflection. Love made two solo stops on 28 snaps at corner in a non-conference win over Southeast Missouri State. He was in on 28 plays against Ole Miss and recorded a solo tackle and a quarterback hurry. Love made one assisted tackle against Louisiana-Monroe while playing 37 snaps. He played but did not record any statistics at South Carolina. Love did not make a tackle in limited action against No. 13 Tennessee and Mississippi State. He saw valuable playing time in the Razorbacks' final three games against No. 9 LSU, No. 4 Florida and No. 7 Wisconsin, but did not record a tackle in the trio of contests.

2005 Season

He played in six games during his first season in a Razorback uniform. He logged time against Missouri State, Alabama, Louisiana-Monroe, Auburn, Georgia and Mississippi State. Most of his playing time was on special teams, although he did get some snaps at cornerback. He earned two tackles on the season with both of them coming on special teams. - He played in the Razorbacks' season-opening win over Missouri State. After a two-game hiatus, he returned to the field against Alabama. He tallied his first collegiate tackle, an assisted stop, in the Razorbacks' non-conference victory over Louisiana-Monroe in War Memorial Stadium located near his hometown. He also played against Auburn, Georgia and Mississippi State. His first solo tackle came at No. 4 Georgia.

High School

He recorded 55 tackles, seven pass break ups, two tackles for loss and three forced fumbles on defense as a senior for Coach Bryan Hutson. On the offensive side of the ball, he accounted for five touchdowns (three receiving and two rushing) in his final prep campaign. He boasted 45 carries for 465 yards and two touchdowns. He also netted five receptions for 230 yards and three scores. He was a member of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette's All-Metro team as a senior. In his junior campaign, he made 50 tackles and intercepted three passes. As a sophomore, he tallied 68 tackles, four interceptions and two forced fumbles. He also competed in track and field during his prep career. He competed in the 100- and 200-meter-dashes as well as the 4x100 relay. He recorded a best time of 10.6 in the 100-meter dash. Rivals.com rated him as the No. 11 overall player in Arkansas and the No. 44 cornerback in the country. He was ranked the No. 7 overall prospect in Arkansas by The Morning News of Northwest Arkansas. He was No. 86 on the Mobile Register's Super Southeast 120 listing. He participated in the 2005 Arkansas High School All-Star Game at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. He was also recruited by South Carolina, Memphis, Nebraska, Rice, Oklahoma State and Ole Miss.


Born Nov. 8, 1986, he is the son of Carol Morgan. Love is enrolled in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences and is majoring in sociology.


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