|Born:||June 22, 1990|
|High School:||Morristown West|
Jamere worked his way into the starting spot at Bear defensive
end, taking over midway in the 2010 season and starting the final
six games...comes into his senior season listed as the projected
starter at that spot and should be an impact player in the
defensive front...made the move back to defense in the spring of
2010, lining up at his third position in three years after playing
on defense as a freshman and tight end as a sophomore...a versatile
athlete with outstanding size and strength...a physical player who
has worked hard on his technique to make him more effective.....has
also worked diligently to develop his strength...aggressive player
who can be a game-changer...runs well and gets to the ball...a
smart player...proving to be an effective pass rusher and has the
strength to stop the run.
AT TECH (In 2010): After playing in a backup role for the first five games and showing tremendous promise and improvement, Jamere moved into the starting spot at Bear defensive end with an injury to Charlie Seivers...proved more than capable and started the final six contests...after making seven total tacckles through the first five games, he had a career-best eight tackles in Tech's win over Eastern Illinois...had two tackles-for-loss and recovered a fumble in the win over the Panthers...blocked a kick at Murray State...finished the year with 29 total tackles and ranked third on the team with 6.5 tackles-for-loss.
(In 2009): Made the move to tight end and was ineffective addition to the offense...caught seven passes for 57 yards and scored two touchdowns...two receptions for 26 yards including a 19-yard touchdown at Kansas State...grabbed a three-yard scoring toss at UT Martin...had two catches for 16 yards in victory over Southeast Missouri.
(In 2008): Lined up at outside linebacker in his true freshman season...played in seven games as a rookie...made 10 total tackles...came up with an interception at Western Michigan, returning it 10 yards...career-best game was eight tackles against Central Methodist.
HIGH SCHOOL: A three-sport athlete at Morristown West High School...honored as an Academic All-State pick in football...three-time all-conference winner in both football and basketball...first-team All-Northeast Region selection on the gridiron after two seasons of second-team honors on the same list...as a senior playing free safety, he had 83 total tackles with four QB sacks and four interceptions...also lettered three seasons on the track & field team, competing in the 400m and 4x400m relay.
PERSONAL: The son of Eric and Celeste Hogue...born June 22, 1990...full name is Jamere Breon Hogue...enrolled in basic business with emphasis on accounting.