Fresno State: One of the team's more productive wideouts ... had a huge freshman campaign but hasn't quite met that level of productivity since, though he did perform well toward the end of 2004 ... possesses good speed when he gets into the open field ... entered the preseason as a backup at one of the receiver positions. (2004) Played in all 12 games, starting three ... caught 24 passes for 284 yards and three touchdowns ... an honorable mention All-WAC pick ... his receiving yardage total was the second-best on the team ... his most productive game was against Portland State, when he had three catches for 45 yards ... caught TD passes against Boise State, San Jose State and Virginia ... his best game of the year came in the loss at Louisiana Tech when he had five receptions for 44 yards ... also played very well in the bowl win over Virginia, catching four passes for a season-high 46 yards as well as a touchdown. (2003) Played in all 14 games, coming off the bench in each ... caught a pass in every game except the SMU contest ... his best came was against Hawaii when he had four catches for 24 yards ... on the year, he finished with 23 receptions for 210 yards ... didn't record a TD ... his catch total was the third-best on the squad ... long reception was 28 yards ... an Academic All-WAC honoree. (2002) Played in 13 games, starting seven ... caught 39 passes for 639 yards and four touchdowns ... had 100-yard games against Rice and Tulsa ... his 77-yard reception against against Rice with three minutes left led the Bulldogs to a 31-28 victory ... was second on the team in receptions and receiving yards ... ranked second in the WAC in yards per catch ... had two TD receptions against Boise State ... fourth-team Freshman All-American selection ... a Fresno State Scholar-Athlete who was recognized at the Kiwanis Torch of Excellence banquet ... an Academic All-WAC selection ... recipient of the Arthur Ashe Sports Scholar Award. (2001) Redshirted ... member of the Dean's List.
High School: Was selected the league player of the year in football and basketball ... selected to the honor roll and a participant in the Young Black Scholars program ... selected All-CIF and all-league in football and basketball ... guided his team to a state basketball championship as a junior ... led the CIF in receiving yards as a junior with 1,360 yards.
Personal: Born April 9, 1983 ... father's name is Louis Jamison, Sr. ... has two brothers, Louis, Jr., and Aaron, and one sister, Destiny ... brother Louis, Jr., plays football at Azusa Pacific ... lists favorite athlete as Randy Moss ... says his favorite athletics thrill is every time is scores a touchdown ... also recruited by Washington, California and USC.
Year GP-GS Rec Yards Avg. TD Long YPG 2001 Redshirted 2002 13-7 39 639 16.4 4 77 53.5 2003 14-0 23 210 9.1 0 28 16.2 2004 12-3 24 284 11.8 3 25 25.8 Totals 39-10 86 1,087 13.3 6 77 28.6
|Email this article||Printer-friendly format|