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Name: Jamarye Joiner (+) Coming off Spring 2020 Foot INJ
College: Arizona     Number: 10
Height: 6-1   Weight: 214
Position: WR  Pos2: QB/ATH
Class/Draft Year: rSo/2023

40 Low: 4.50
   40 Time: 4.58
  40 High: 4.67
Projected Round:   Stock:    



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Height: 6005
Weight: 214

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: (+) Coming off Spring 2020 Foot INJ

 Jamarye Joiner, Arizona, Player News

  11/02/20 - WR Jamarye JoinerrSo/2023, Arizona, 6-1, 214 (DS#71 WR) + More +

  Joiner played the majority of the 2019 season with a foot injury that was later diagnosed as a Jones fracture, a break at the base of the fifth metatarsal. The former quarterback tabbed a team-high 552 receiving yards on 34 receptions and hauled in five touchdowns. His best performance was a 140-yard, two-touchdown performance against ASU. UA outside receivers coach Taylor Mazzone said Joiner's efforts in the Territorial Cup game was "a great game for him to build off. Now we know what he can do. … Game-planning-wise, he's put it on tape for us." First impressions of Arizona's training camp indicate Joiner will be one of the Wildcats' leading receivers in 2020. With a pass-first quarterback in Gunnell driving the offense, Joiner could be in for a special season - even if it's only seven games. - Arizona Star News

(DS#71 WR) rSo/2023 WR Jamarye JoinerArizona
News Source: Arizona Star News
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  10/23/20 - WR Jamarye JoinerrSo/2023, Arizona, 6-1, 214 (DS#71 WR) + More +

  Joiner displayed breakout potential last season despite being less than 100% healthy. He capped the campaign with a career game against Arizona State - seven catches, 140 yards, two touchdowns - despite the foot issue and a sore hamstring. "What a great game for him to build off," outside receiver coach Taylor Mazzone said. "Now we know what he can do. … Game-planning-wise, he's put it on tape for us." Joiner called it the game that "set me up for this year" and the performance that allowed him to "showcase my talent, showcase what I can do, the role I play for the University of Arizona. It's just being a ballplayer and playing for my team." The offseason brought challenges for everyone.

Since he couldn't run for much of it, Joiner had to find ways to work on his game. He delved into film study, paying particularly close attention to receivers with physical attributes similar to his. "I tell young athletes all the time: You don't have to be the most athletic, but you have to be the smartest," Joiner said. "I try to get everything down. I watch Deebo Samuel all the time, Julio Jones all the time, to try to really look at what they do in their routes, see how they get open and how they break down, where their hips are, their arms are, their eyes are." Most important for Joiner: where his foot is. Less than three weeks from the opener, he reported no lingering concerns. "I'm ready to go," Joiner said. "I put myself in the best position during the offseason to get my body 100%." - Arizona Republic


(DS#71 WR) rSo/2023 WR Jamarye JoinerArizona
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  05/12/20 - WR Jamarye JoinerrSo/2023, Arizona, 6-1, 214 (DS#71 WR) + More +

  Joiner is believed to have suffered a Jones fracture, which is a break between the base of the foot and the fifth metatarsal. This causes pain in the middle and outside part of the foot, and could take anywhere from six to 12 weeks to fully recover. Following surgery, Joiner will use crutches and a scooter to move around for two weeks. After that, Joiner will be in walking boot for four weeks, which will have Joiner 100% healthy just prior to preseason training camp - if the start of the college football season in on time. In 2019, Joiner converted from quarterback to wide receiver and emerged as the top pass-catcher for the Wildcats with 34 receptions for 552 yards and five touchdowns, including a 140-yard and two-touchdown performance in the season finale against Arizona State. - Arizona Star News

(DS#71 WR) rSo/2023 WR Jamarye JoinerArizona
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