Dwayne Jarrett
    Dwayne  Jarrett


    New Brunswick, NJ

    High School:
    New Brunswick

    Height / Weight:
    6-5 / 210




    93rd Rose Bowl: USC vs. Michigan (1-1-2007)

    93rd Rose Bowl: USC vs. Michigan (1-1-2007)


    USC vs. Washington

    USC vs. Washington

    CAREER: His 146 career receptions puts him eighth on USC's career list. He has 29 TD catches (fifth on the Pac-10 career list) in 26 career games, well within range of Mike Williams' USC record of 30 career scoring grabs and the Pac-10 mark of 32. He has caught at least 1 TD pass in 17 of his 26 career games. He has 9 100-yard receiving games in his career. He has caught a pass in every game of his career (26).

    2006: The big, athletic and acrobatic Jarrett will be among the nation's premier players as he starts for his third season at wide receiver as a junior in 2006.

    2005: Jarrett started for his second year at wide receiver as a sophomore in 2005. Overall in 2005 while starting 12 games (all but UCLA) and appearing in all 13 contests, he had a team-best 91 receptions for 1,274 yards (14.0 avg.) with 16 TD. He also had 2 carries for 4 yards (2.0 avg.), completed 1-of-3 passes for 11 yards and made 1 tackle. He was 1 of 3 finalists for the 2005 Biletnikoff Award. He won the 2005 Touchdown Club of Columbus' Wide Receiver of the Year Award. He was named a 2005 AP, Football Coaches, Football Writers, Walter Camp, The Sporting News,, CBS and All-American first teamer and All-American second teamer (he was a unanimous choice and joined Mike Williams as the only USC sophomore wide receivers to win All-American honors). He made the 2005 All-Pac-10 first team. He made the 2005 All-Pac-10 team. He was 12th nationally in receptions (7.0, second in Pac-10) and 13th in receiving yards (98.0, fourth in Pac-10). His 91 catches in 2005 put him third on USC's season list. His 16 TD catches were the most in the nation in 2005 and put him third on the Pac-10 season chart (tying Mike Williams' USC season record). He had a TD catch in 9 games in 2005 and 5 100-yard receiving games in 2005 (including a 200-yarder). With 1,274 receiving yards in 2005, he was USC's ninth pass catcher to break the 1,000-yard barrier. He had 7 catches for 88 yards at Hawaii, with 3 TDs (22, 28 and 2 yards) to tie a USC game record. He added 4 catches for 79 yards against Arkansas, with a pair of TD grabs (24 and 8 yards). He caught 8 passes for 94 yards (both game highs), with 2 TDs (11 and 6 yards), at Oregon. He had a team-best 7 receptions for 90 yards at Arizona State, then had a game-best 9 catches for 116 yards and 2 TDs (22 and 29 yards) against Arizona. He added 4 catches for 101 yards at Notre Dame, none bigger than his 61-yard fourth-and-9 grab with less than a minute to play to set up USC's game-winning TD. He then caught 3 TDs at Washington (24, 7 and 7 yards, with the last being a spectacular one-handed, one-foot-in grab) on 7 receptions for 95 yards (all game bests). He caught 11 passes for 200 yards (both career bests) with a 29-yard TD against Washington State (it was only the eighth time a Trojan had at least 200 receiving yards). He had 8 catches for 101 yards (both team highs) against Stanford, including a spectacular 19-yard over-the-should TD grab. He hit 1,000 receiving yards in 2005 with 5 catches for 69 yards (both game highs) at California. He made 5 receptions for 37 yards against Fresno State. He caught a game-best 6 pases for 83 yards, with an 8-yard TD grab, against UCLA (he also completed an 11-yard pass off a reverse). He had 10 catches for 121 yards, with a 22-yard TD, against Texas (all game highs), to earn a place on the 2005 All-Bowl team.

    2004: Jarrett made an immediate impact as a first-year freshman wide receiver in 2004. Overall in 2004 while appearing in all 13 games (he started the last 8), he had a team-high 55 receptions for 849 yards (15.4 avg.) and 13 TDs. He had just 3 less TD catches than Williams had in his 2003 All-American sophomore campaign (and just 1 less than Williams had in 2002 when he was a Freshman All-American). His 13 TD catches are the second most ever by a Trojan freshman receiver (behind Williams' 14). He had 4 multiple-TD games and 4 100-yard outings in 2004. His 55 catches is tied for 14th on USC's season list. He made the 2004 Football Writers, The Sporting News, and Freshman All-American first teams, All-Pac-10 honorable mention and The Sporting News Freshman All-Pac-10 first team. He had 2 catches for 8 yards in his debut at Virginia Tech, then 3 for 32 yards (with a 4-yard score) against Colorado State and 3 for 58 yards (including a 15-yard TD) at BYU. He added 5 receptions for 54 yards at Stanford, then had a team-best 4 catches for 37 yards (with a 16-yard TD) versus California. He tied the USC single game TD catch record with his 3 scores (19, 52 and 34 yards, all in the second quarter) against Arizona State (overall, he caught 5 passes for a career-best 139 yards) to earn National Freshman of the Week honors. He had 5 catches for 31 yards versus Washington, 4 catches for 64 yards at Washington State, with 2 TDs (42 and 4 yards), and 2 catches for 21 yards at Oregon State. He had 6 catches for 144 yards (both career bests) and 2 TDs against Arizona for his second career 100-yard outing. He then had a game-best 6 catches for 102 yards (his third 100-yard outing and second in a row) with 2 TDs (12 and 57 yards) against Notre Dame. At UCLA, he had 5 catches for 44 yards. He had 5 catches for 115 yards, with a 54-yard TD grab, against Oklahoma.

    HIGH SCHOOL: He was a 2003 Parade All-American, Super Prep All-American, Prep Star All-American, Super Prep Elite 50, Prep Star Top 100 Dream Team, Super Prep All-Northeast Offensive MVP, Prep Star All-East and New Jersey Offensive Player of the Year pick as a senior wide receiver and defensive back at New Brunswick (N.J.) High. He scored 26 TDs (including all 3 in New Brunswick's 21-14 state title victory), with 5 of the TDs coming on his 15 punt returns (for a 48.0 average) in 2003. As a junior in 2002, he had 40 receptions for 956 yards (23.9 avg.) with 17 TDs on offense and 24 tackles and 6 interceptions on defense. He also played basketball at New Brunswick.

    PERSONAL: His cousin, Desmond Belton, is a junior wide receiver at Idaho.

    2004 (Fr.)5584915.41357000.000
    2005 (So.)91127414.01661242.005

    2005 (So.)310.33311011

    2005 (So.)10/000


    Arizona St.*79012.9023
    Notre Dame*410125.3061
    Wash. St.*1120018.2133
    Fresno St.*5377.4010
    Texas* (RB)1012112.1124
    2005 (So.)91127414.01661
    Va. Tech284.009
    Colo. State33210.7121
    Arizona St.*513927.8352
    Wash. St.*46416.0242
    Oregon St.*22110.5015
    Notre Dame*610217.0257
    2004 (Fr.)5584915.41357


    1. Keary Colbert207286414.319
    2. Kareem Kelly204310415.215
    3. Johnnie Morton201320115.923
    4. Mike Williams176257914.730
    5. Keyshawn Johnson168279616.616
    6. John Jackson163237914.617
    7. R. Jay Soward161267216.623
    8. Dwayne Jarrett146212314.529


    1. Ken Margerum, Stanford (1977-80)32
    2. Sean Dawkins, California (1990-92)31
    3. Mike Williams, USC (2002-03)30
    4. Mario Bailey, Washington (1988-91)30
    5. Dwayne Jarrett, USC (2004-05)29