Jermaine Clark Bio
Breakdown: Will serve as the third Colorado transfer to attend A&T in the past two seasons…Local product who is returning to the Piedmont area to make an impact for the Aggies in 2013…Has the speed and the agility to play in the secondary, but also has the strength to play the linebacker position.
High School: ESPN ranked him as the No. 93 player from North Carolina (the No. 10 outside linebacker)…Played running back, linebacker, defensive end, safety, wide receiver and saw action as a kick returner and on other special teams units throughout high school…Spent the 2010 season at Oak Ridge Military Academy after attending R.J. Reynolds High School in Winston-Salem, N.C., the previous two years…Spent his freshman season at E.C. Glass High School in his native Lynchburg, Va., and graduated from R.J. Reynolds by the end of his junior year before enrolling at the Oak Ridge Military Academy…Played running back, safety and outside linebacker in helping independent Oak Ridge to a 10-0 record. Because of ORMA's independent status, there were few opportunities to be named to any honors teams and the coaches didn't track many statistics…As a junior at Reynolds, he was named to the first-team All-Central Piedmont 4A team as a defensive lineman…Racked up 110 tackles, including 22 for losses with 12 quarterback sacks to go with eight forced fumbles; he totaled 1,243 all-purpose yards and 13 touchdowns on offense…His top high school game came his junior season when R.J. Reynolds defeated West Forsyth 14-9 in a battle of 9-0 teams: he had a sack, a forced fumble and a recovery in front of a sellout crowd…Oak Ridge compiled its 10-0 record under coach Otis Yelverton; R.J. Reynolds was 12-1 record his junior season and 9-4 mark his sophomore campaign, losing in the second round of the playoffs each season.
Personal: Full name is Jermane Darnell Clark...He is the son of Brent Kirven and Dannette McCain...Was born on July 13, 1991...Majors in psychology.