18 Jose Yearwood
|Hometown:||Spring Hill, FL|
Junior: All-Ivy Honorable Mention selection... Ranked 3rd on the team and 16th in the Ivy League in tackles, registering 66 total hits...Also had two tackles-for-loss... Broke-up 4 passes and forced one fumble... Named to the Ivy League Honor Roll for his performance in Brown's overtime win against Penn where he registered 8 tackles, including one tackle-for-loss, and broke-up 3 passes... Registered 10 tackles, including one tackle-for-loss, against Yale... Registered 8 solo tackles vs. Rhode Island... Made 7 tackles, had an interception and broke up a pass against Harvard... Sophomore: Earned a starting role at safety for the Bears...His 56 total tackles (28 solo, 28 assists) ranked third on the Brown team...Broke-up five passes for the season...Made six tackles, including a tackle for a loss, in his first collegiate start vs. Georgetown...Registered 11 tackles vs. Harvard, including eight solo stops...Made 10 tackles vs. URI...Recorded a season high 12 tackles against Cornell...Turned-in a seven tackle performance vs. Yale...Freshman: Recorded two tackles on the season...Earned a berth on the Brown travel team...Listed second on the depth chart at corner back...Secondary School Background: A graduate of Springstead High School where he lettered in football, track, and basketball...An All-Hernando County Team, two-time All-Conference, and All-Gulf Cost Conference selection...Received the National Scholar Athlete Award...He captained the football, track, and basketball teams...National Honor Society member...Graduated with Highest Honors...Science Fair First in District Award...All-GCAC Academic selection...Personal: Jose Antonio Yearwood, born August 7, 1986... Son of Carlos and Emilia Yearwood...Has siblings, Carlos Yearwood and Deborah Grier...Enjoys reading books about history, playing video games, and listening to music...Double concentrating in Economics and Ancient History.