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Name: Jahron McPherson 
College: Kansas State     Number: 31
Height: 6-0   Weight: 200
Position: SS  Pos2: FS/ST
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2021

40 Low: 4.50
   40 Time: 4.59
  40 High: 4.68
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 Jahron McPherson, Kansas State, Player News


  For the third time this week, Kansas State senior safety Jahron McPherson earned a national honor following his performance last week at No. 3 Oklahoma as he was named the Jim Thorpe Award Player of the Week, the award's organization announced Thursday. McPherson, who was the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week, was also named the Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week and Nagurski Player of the Week after he totaled 11 tackles - including one for a loss - a forced fumble and an interception as the Wildcats earned their first road win over a top-five ranked team in school history with a 38-35 victory. A native of Basehor, Kansas, McPherson became the first Wildcat since at least 2002 to post double-digit tackles, a TFL, a forced fumble and an interception in the same game. His forced fumble, which was recovered by the Wildcats, led to a touchdown, while his interception came with 34 seconds remaining to seal the win. - Kansas State Football

(DS#24 SS) Sr/2021 SS Jahron McPhersonKansas State
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  SEPT 28 BIG 12 CO-DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Jahron McPherson, DB, Sr., K-State,...Jahron McPherson forced a third-quarter fumble in Oklahoma territory that was recovered by the Wildcats and led to a touchdown, helping K-State score on five-straight possessions in the second half to erase a school-record tying 21-point deficit. His interception came with 34 seconds remaining in the contest with the Wildcats clinging to a three-point lead. He finished with a career-high 11 tackles in the contest. - Big 12 Football

(DS#24 SS) Sr/2021 SS Jahron McPhersonKansas State
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  SEP 27 WALTER CAMP NATIONAL FBS DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: JAHRON McPHERSON, KANSAS STATE, Senior, Defensive Back, Basehor, KS/Butler CC,...Along with his last minute game-clinching interception, Jahron McPherson record 11 tackles, one for a loss, and forced fumble as Kansas State came-from-behind to defeat third-ranked Oklahoma, 38-35. McPherson's interception ended Oklahoma's attempted go-ahead scoring drive with 33 seconds remaining and sealed the Wildcats' first victory of the season. Notes: Jahron McPherson is the fourth Kanas State player to earn the recognition since 2004, and the first since Nov 4, 2012 (Allen Chapman, DB). - The Walter Camp Football Foundation

(DS#24 SS) Sr/2021 SS Jahron McPhersonKansas State
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  Jahron McPherson, who picked off Rattler to clinch the win and also forced a fumble in the third quarter, said it was easy for the Wildcats to avoid feeling pressure as they mounted their comeback. "There's no panicking when you're down - you have nothing to lose," he said. "So as a leader, I really preached to my team that we were still in this...One thing about this team, we're not going to ever give up, so you cannot count us out." Knowing how few people believed in them - Oklahoma was a 27 1/2-point favorite entering the game - added a little extra motivation, too. And made the victory that much sweeter for K-State. "Being an underdog, you just have some fire in you when you want to prove something," McPherson said. "So I feel like us being an underdog, we always have something to prove, so I think that that's our biggest drive." - Manhattan Mercury

(DS#24 SS) Sr/2021 SS Jahron McPhersonKansas State
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