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Name: James Houston (Transfer from Florida)
College: Jackson State     Number: 41
Height: 6-0   Weight: 225
Position: OLB  Pos2: ILB
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

40 Low: 4.62
   40 Time: 4.72
  40 High: 4.80
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Weight: 225

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 Data Scout Notes: **2021: NewcomerOYC/1stC...Transfer from Florida...2020: NAC

 James Houston, Jackson State, Player News


  Isaiah Bolden returned a kick-off 91 yards and James Houston IV picked off a pass in the backfield and returned it five yards for a score as Jackson State broke open a tight game in the third quarter to beat Prairie View A&M 27-10, and win its first Southwestern Athletic Conference championship in 13 years Saturday. The Tigers (11-1) also wrapped up the school's first 11-win season. Jackson State's defense forced four turnovers from Prairie View quarterback Jawon Pass, picking off three passes and forcing a third-quarter fumble. The graduate transfer from Louisville, who threw for just shy of 2,000 yards, was held to just 6 of 19 for 80 yards. Prairie View scored first. Ty Holden took a pitch from Pass, pulled up and lobbed a pass to a wide-open Jailon Howard for a 35-yard touchdown with 3:25 left in the first quarter.

Jackson State answered with a six-play, 65-yard drive capped by a 16-yard pass to Malachi Wideman from Shedeur Sanders, the SWAC Freshman of the Year and son of coach Deion Sanders. Luis Reyes put the Panthers on top with a 37-yard field goal in the second quarter, but Prairie View did not score again. Bolden took the following kick-off, found a seam and raced 91-yards for the go-ahead touchdown and a 13-10 halftime lead. The Tigers forced a Pass fumble on Prairie View's first possession of the second half, and with the Panthers deep in their own territory, Houston penetrated into the backfield, tipping a swing pass, snatching it out of the air and returning it five yards for a touchdown midway through the third quarter. Jackson State put a bow on its SWAC title with 48-yard drive late in the third quarter capped by a five-yard run from Peytton Pickett, who finished with 107 rushing yards on 19 carries. With the SWAC title comes a berth in the 2021 Celebration Bowl in Atlanta Dec. 18. The Tigers will face Mid-Eastern Conference champion South Carolina State (6-5). - Jackson State/AP College Football


(DS#28 OLB) rSr/2022 OLB James HoustonJackson State
News Source: Jackson State/AP College Football
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  2021 ALL-SWAC FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Defensive Lineman: James Houston - Jackson State,...Houston concluded regular season play as one of the most dominant defensive linemen in the SWAC. During regular season play he totaled 59 tackles (44 solo) and 20.5 tackles for loss for-125 yards. Houston also contributed 14.5 sacks for -102 yards, seven forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, one defensive touchdown, and eight QB hurries. The Tigers featured the top-ranked defense at the conclusion of regular season play and allow just 13.8 points and 258.3 yards per game. Houston is also All-SWAC First Team defensive lineman. - Jackson State Football

(DS#28 OLB) rSr/2022 OLB James HoustonJackson State
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  2021 SWAC NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR (COACHES): James Houston - Jackson State,...Jackson State's Houston concluded regular season play as one of the most dominant defensive lineman in the SWAC. During regular season play he totaled 59 tackles (44 solo) and 20.5 tackles for loss for -125 yards. Houston also contributed 14.5 sacks for -102 yards, seven forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, one defensive touchdown, and eight QB hurries. The Tigers featured the top-ranked defense at the conclusion of regular season play and allow just 13.8 points and 258.3 yards per game. - SWAC Football

(DS#28 OLB) rSr/2022 OLB James HoustonJackson State
News Source: SWAC Football
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