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#53 Jermaine Love
Position: LB
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 240
Year: Senior
City/State: Garland, Texas
High School: North Garland HS
Experience: 3 Letters
Jermaine Love
Courtesy: Athletic Communications
Release: 07/13/2010

OUTLOOK: He is a physical presence who led the competition for the middle linebacker spot at the end of spring drills. He had a solid performance in the Red-White Spring game as he finished with seven tackles and one sack for a loss of eight yards.

2009: Love played in three games for Arkansas in 2009 as he saw time against Georgia, Eastern Michigan and Troy. He recorded two tackles on the year, with one each in the Georgia and Eastern Michigan games. 

2008: He played in 11 games after missing the season-opener against Western Illinois. Love assisted on four tackles on the year. He had two assists against Texas and one in the Kentucky and Ole Miss games. He was listed as the backup in the 2008 season to Jerry Franklin at middle linebacker. 

2007: He played in seven games, earning special teams time against Troy, Alabama, Kentucky, North Texas, Auburn, Florida International and Missouri in the Cotton Bowl. He recorded four tackles for the season, all assisted stops. He had two special teams tackles in the opener against Troy. He also had an assisted stop against North Texas and Florida International.

HIGH SCHOOL: He made a school-record 135 tackles while playing in only seven games for Coach David Farris. He played both running back and linebacker. He announced his commitment to Arkansas during halftime of the Offense-Defense All-Star Game in Orlando, Fla. The Dallas Morning News rated him the No. 13 player in the metro area. Rivals ranked him the No. 19 outside linebacker in the nation, the No. 34 overall prospect in Texas and a four-star recruit. Scout listed him as the No. 21 middle linebacker in the nation and the No. 60 overall player in Texas. He signed with the Hogs after also considering Nebraska, Texas A&M and Texas Tech.

PERSONAL: Born Aug. 21, 1988, he is the grandson of Earnestine Anderson. He is majoring in criminal justice.

 


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