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Name: Jacobe Covington (Transfer from Washington)
College: Southern California     Number: 12
Height: 6-1   Weight: 195
Position: CB  Pos2: FS
Class/Draft Year: rSo/2025

40 Low: 4.44
   40 Time: 4.54
  40 High: 4.63

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Weight: 195

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 Data Scout Notes: 2022: Transfer from Washington...2021: NAC...2020: NAC

 Jacobe Covington, Southern California, Player News

  Former Washington Huskies cornerback Jacobe Covington officially exited the transfer portal on Sunday evening and decided to play his college football next season with the USC Trojans. The former four-star prospect also posted the news to his Twitter page tonight, too. It's yet another big land for Trojans' head coach Lincoln Riley. Last season, Covington played in 12 games for the Washington Huskies - tallying five tackles, one tackle for loss, and one sack in limited action. According to the On3 Consensus Rankings, he was rated as a four-star prospect and the No. 13 defensive back in America for the 2020 cycle. - Jacobe Covington Twitter and other online sources

(DS#999 CB) rSo/2025 CB Jacobe CovingtonSouthern California
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  UW sophomore cornerback Jacobe Covington has entered the transfer portal, a source confirmed to The Times Monday. The news dropped 12 days after he told local media: "I love it up here. It's home. It's home. I wasn't going nowhere (this offseason). I love the fans and I love the city. Anywhere you go, you have to play football. You just have to play. So I just decided to stay here, stay loyal to the fans." The 6-foot-1, 198-pound corner from Chandler, Ariz., did not attend both Saturday's "Spring Preview" and Thursday's walk-through. He produced five tackles and a sack in two seasons and 13 career games - stashed behind stalwarts like Elijah Molden, Keith Taylor, Trent McDuffie and Kyler Gordon. Covington contributed sparingly to a UW secondary that ranked first nationally in both passing defense (142.9 yards allowed per game) and opponent yards per pass attempt (5.4) in 2021.

As a four-star recruit out of Saguaro High School, Covington initially committed to UW on Aug. 17, 2019, then rescinded that commitment on Oct. 15, before re-committing on Dec. 14 and signing with Washington days later. The versatile cornerback has witnessed the resignation of Chris Petersen, hiring and firing of Jimmy Lake and hire of new UW head coach Kalen DeBoer since making that initial commitment. - Seattle Times

(DS#999 CB) rSo/2025 CB Jacobe CovingtonSouthern California
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