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Name: Jarren Williams (Transfer from Miami)
College: Garden City CC     Number: 15
Height: 6-2   Weight: 210
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSo/2023

40 Low: 4.54
   40 Time: 4.64
  40 High: 4.74
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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: Transfer from Miami

 Jarren Williams, Garden City CC, Player News


  While Division I college sports are still waiting to see what this fall might look like, the junior college level is calling it a wrap on 2020. The National Junior College Athletic Association announced Monday that it will be moving some of its fall sports to the spring of 2021. That includes football, men's and women's soccer and volleyball. Winter sports such as basketball will begin in January as opposed to their regular late-fall opening date. Cross country and half-marathon teams will be permitted to compete in the fall.

"Our greatest focus is and always has been providing the best opportunities for our student-athletes," NJCAA president Dr. Christopher Parker said in a statement. "Through a unified effort from our Presidential Advisory Council, the Board of Regents, and leadership staff, our most recent plan of action provides a path that keeps our student-athletes competing at the highest level with proper safety measures in place." According to a statement from the Mississippi Association of Community Colleges, the representative who could've voted on behalf of Mississippi's junior colleges abstained from the final vote. - Clarion Ledger


(DS#999 QB) rSo/2023 QB Jarren WilliamsGarden City CC
News Source: Clarion Ledger
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  Former University of Miami starting quarterback Jarren Williams has found a new home, per multiple reports. Williams is transferring to Garden City Community College in Kansas, as first reported late Sunday night by @JuCoFootballACE. Williams, who showed significant talent and promise, won the UM starting job before the 2019 season, then fizzled in a season that reached the highest of highs, and finally, the lowest of lows. He redshirted his first season at Miami in 2018, announced his entry to the transfer portal in January and now has three years of eligibility remaining.

By playing at a community college, Williams does not have to sit out a season, which he likely would have had to had he chosen to transfer to a Football Bowl Subdvision member. He could go straight to the NFL after the 2020 season, if he were drafted or signed a free agent's contract. Williams set a Hurricanes' school record with six passing touchdowns Nov. 9 in a dominating 52-27 performance against Louisville. But he ended the 2019 season with three poor performances against FIU, Duke and Louisiana Tech, all losses for the eventual 6-7 Canes. - Miami Herald


(DS#999 QB) rSo/2023 QB Jarren WilliamsGarden City CC
News Source: Miami Herald
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  Jarren Williams informed Miami on Thursday that he is entering the transfer portal, a move that comes three days after former Houston quarterback D'Eriq King decided to join the Hurricanes. Williams started 10 of Miami's 13 games this past season, after beating out N'Kosi Perry and Tate Martell for the first-string job. But with King - the presumed starter for 2020 - arriving this week, it was presumed that some of Miami's incumbent quarterbacks would look elsewhere. Atlanta-based attorney Thomas Mars, who represents Williams, said the quarterback was going to fill out his paperwork to make the entry into the portal official on Thursday before he was delayed by his class schedule. Mars said Williams will finish the paperwork Friday. - AP College Football

(DS#999 QB) rSo/2023 QB Jarren WilliamsGarden City CC
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  Rhett Lashlee has been hired as Miami's offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, immediately tasked with turning around the Hurricanes' offense after a lackluster 6-7 season. Miami announced the move, which will be completed once Lashlee completes a background check, on Saturday. Lashlee is joining the Hurricanes after two seasons of running a high-tempo offense at SMU, helping the Mustangs average 42.1 points per game this season - seventh-best out of the 130 teams at the FBS level. Miami averaged 25.7 points, 90th in the country. "Rhett has directed some of the most innovative offenses in college football in recent years - offenses that attack quickly, creatively and efficiently," Miami coach Manny Diaz said. "We are excited to see how Rhett will look to spread the ball around and utilize our athletes on the offensive side of the ball."

It's a significant hire for Diaz. Lashlee is a past finalist for the Broyles Award, presented to the top assistant in college football, and was one of 15 semifinalists for the award this season. He's been an offensive coordinator at SMU, Connecticut, Auburn, Arkansas State and Samford. He helped Auburn win the 2013 SEC Championship, earn a BCS Championship berth and then a trip to the 2016 Sugar Bowl. At Miami, he replaces Dan Enos. Miami fired Enos after just one season, after the Hurricanes were 98th nationally in total offense, 121st in rushing and 129th - again, out of 130 teams - in third-down conversions. - AP College Football


(DS#999 QB) rSo/2023 QB Jarren WilliamsGarden City CC
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  NOV 11 ACC QUARTERBACK & ROOKIE OF THE WEEK: Jarren Williams, Miami, R-Fr., QB, Lawrenceville, Ga.,...Set the Miami record and tied the ACC mark with six touchdown passes in Saturday's 52-27 win over Louisville...Connected on a career-long 67-yard touchdown pass and did not throw an interception for the sixth time in seven career starts...Completed 68.2 percent of his passes (15 of 22) - his best mark since a Week 4 start versus Central Michigan - for 253 yards...Added a career-high 23 rushing yards...First ACC Quarterback of the Week honor of his career and third time as ACC Rookie of the Week. - ACC Football

(DS#999 QB) rSo/2023 QB Jarren WilliamsGarden City CC
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  Jarren Williams broke a record. Jimmy Murphy thought he broke the Turnover Chain. Senior Day was a smashing success at Miami. Williams set a school record with six touchdown passes, Dee Wiggins and Mike Harley catching two apiece, and Miami clinched bowl-eligibility with a 52-27 win over Louisville on Saturday. "It's really why you come here," Williams said. "You come to The U to set records. You come to this place to do something no one else has done." Will Mallory and Deejay Dallas also had touchdown catches for Miami (6-4, 4-3 Atlantic Coast Conference). Williams completed 15 of 22 passes for 253 yards, and the Hurricanes won their third straight. "We felt like a performance like this was coming," Miami coach Manny Diaz said.

Louisville quarterback Micale Cunningham threw for two scores and ran for another, before he left injured in the second half. Hassan Hall had a 58-yard touchdown run for the Cardinals (5-4, 3-3) and running back Javian Hawkins had 105 yards on 15 carries. Tutu Atwell had six catches for 142 yards, including an 80-yard touchdown on a catch-and-run for the Cardinals. "We had a lot of things go wrong today," Louisville coach Scott Satterfield said. Williams broke the single-game mark of five shared by six other Miami quarterbacks -- Bernie Kosar, Steve Walsh, Ken Dorsey, Brock Berlin, Kyle Wright and Stephen Morris. He also tied the single-game record for any ACC quarterback, done on seven other occasions. - Miami/AP College Football


(DS#999 QB) rSo/2023 QB Jarren WilliamsGarden City CC
News Source: Miami/AP College Football
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  Freshman Jarren Williams threw for a season-best 313 yards and two touchdowns as Miami won its third straight game against Florida State, 27-10 on Saturday. Williams connected with Dee Wiggins on a 56-yard touchdown and Jeff Thomas on a 39-yard score. Cam Akers had 22 carries for 66 yards. He also caught an 18-yard touchdown pass from Alex Hornibrook. But the Seminoles managed just 31 rushing yards on 41 carries.

Deejay Dallas had 18 carries for 61 yards, including a 6-yard touchdown run for the Hurricanes (5-4, 3-3 Atlantic Coast Conference). Freshman defensive end Gregory Rousseau had four of Miami's season-high nine sacks. The Seminoles (4-5, 3-4) had never before allowed nine sacks in a game. Miami has had an up-and-down season but secured a confidence-building win for Manny Diaz in his first year as head coach. Florida State coach Willie Taggart falls to 0-5 in rivalry games, losing four of them by double digits. The Seminoles fell at Clemson 45-14 on Oct. 12. - Miami/AP College Football


(DS#999 QB) rSo/2023 QB Jarren WilliamsGarden City CC
News Source: Miami/AP College Football
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  SEPT 23/WEEK 4 ACC ROOKIE OF THE WEEK: Jarren Williams, Miami, R-Fr., QB, Lawrenceville, Ga.,...Earning ACC Rookie honors for the second week in a row, Williams finished 17 for 24 for 250 yards and one touchdown in a 17-12 win over Central Michigan...Williams has completed at least 70 percent of his passes in each of his last three starts...Has not thrown an interception yet this season and has seven touchdown passes...Williams is the first Miami quarterback to not throw an interception over the first 100 passes of his career. - Atlantic Coast Conference Football

(DS#999 QB) rSo/2023 QB Jarren WilliamsGarden City CC
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  WEEK 3 ACC ROOKIE OF THE WEEK: Jarren Williams, Miami, R-Fr., QB, Lawrenceville, Ga.,...Williams delivered a standout performance in the first win of his career in Saturday's 63-0 win over Bethune-Cookman, finishing near 80 percent on completions (19 of 24) with a career-high three touchdowns and no interceptions...Williams, who had a career-long 54-yard pass in the win, has thrown six touchdowns and zero interceptions to start his career. - ACC Football

(DS#999 QB) rSo/2023 QB Jarren WilliamsGarden City CC
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  Jarren Williams threw for 254 yards and three scores, and the Miami Hurricanes gave rookie coach Manny Diaz his first victory by beating Bethune-Cookman 63-0 Saturday. Williams went 19 for 24 without a turnover or a sack, and his scoring passes covered 22 yards to K.J. Osborn, 32 yards to Michael Harley and 1 yard to Larry Hodges. Williams' longest throw was to Mark Pope for a 54-yard gain, and he departed late in the third quarter. DeeJay Dallas ran for 108 yards and three touchdowns. Miami outgained the Wildcats 590-137 and held them to four first downs.

The Hurricanes (1-2) won their home opener to bounce back from season-opening losses at Florida and North Carolina. With the victory, Miami avoided its worst start since 1975. Diaz, the Hurricanes' defensive coordinator from 2016 - 18, replaced Mark Richt after last season as head coach. Bethune-Cookman (1-1) remained winless in five games against Miami, all since 2011, with the defeats by a combined score of 232-37. The Hurricanes had nine touchdowns before Bethune-Cookman had its third first down. Dallas scored untouched on a 51-yard run, and scored twice on 1-yard runs. - Miami/AP College Football


(DS#999 QB) rSo/2023 QB Jarren WilliamsGarden City CC
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