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Jay Whitmire

OT
Position
6'6''
Height
295 lbs.
Weight
Redshirt Freshman
Class
Alexandria, Va.
Hometown
T.C. Williams HS
High School

HONORS
2014
– Recognized on the ACC Academic Honor Roll.

AT VIRGINIA
2015 – Appeared in all 12 of UVA’s games with eight starts … made first start of the season at Pitt and started the final seven games after the ACC meeting with the Panthers … appeared in 686 offensive plays … did see time at right tackle and both guard positions … helped block for one of the ACC’s most dynamic players, Taquan Mizzell, who broke the ACC record for receiving yards by a running back with 721 … part of an offensive line that saw the UVA rushing game break the 200-yard plateau three times (UNC, GT, VT). 2014 – Missed season with a back injury. 2013 – Appeared in all 12 games … made four starts at right tackle and eight starts at right guard … moved to right guard for the Ball State game because of injuries on the offensive line and stayed there the remainder of the season … part of an offensive line that helped block for Kevin Parks, who became UVa’s first 1,000-yard rusher since 2004 … took part in 938 offensive plays between right tackle and right guard … also appeared in 56 special teams plays. 2012 – Appeared in all 12 games … saw time on special teams and at left tackle … saw time on offense in 10 of 12 games … did not play offense against Penn State or Louisiana Tech. 2011 – Redshirted season … selected by the UVa coaches as the scout team player of the week for the Florida State game … dressed for the William & Mary, Southern Miss, Idaho, Georgia Tech, NC State, Maryland, Duke and Virginia Tech games, in addition to the Chick-fil-A Bowl.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL
Offensive tackle at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria … SuperPrep All-American … rated No. 43 OT in nation by Rivals.com … No. 14 recruit in state according to Rivals.com … ranked No. 70 OT in nation by ESPN.com … rated No. 30 OT in country by Scout.com … received a scouts grade of 77 from ESPN.com … three-star prospect according to ESPN.com, Rivals.com, and Scout.com … four-year starter on both sides of the ball for coach Dennis Randolph … earned second-team all-region honors his senior season despite missing the first five games due to injury … three-time All-Patriot District first-team selection … selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl following his senior year … named to The Washington Post’s All-Metro first-team as a junior … 2009 first team All-Northern Region selection … collected first team All-Gameday honoree his junior season … three-sport star at T.C. Williams, also competing in basketball and lacrosse … T.C. Williams High School was immortalized in the movie Remember the Titans.