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94 Jarvis Moss
  • Defensive End
  • 6-6, 225
  • Junior (RS), 1L
  • Denton, Texas
  • Ryan HS

A redshirt junior defensive end…

2005: Saw action in the final 11 contests on the season at defensive end, playing mainly on third down situations…Led the team and finished fifth in the SEC with 7.5 sacks on the season for a net loss of 54 yards, also one of 15 Gator defenders with a pass break-up…One of nine to recover a fumble for Florida, and one of 11 with a forced fumble this season…Added four to his tackle total with four solo efforts against Louisiana State, as well as three quarterback sacks for a net loss of 28 yards…Became the first Gator since Bobby McCray on Oct. 11, 2003 to record three sacks in a game…Recorded the first forced fumble and fumble recovery of his career against the Tigers…Tied his career-high tackle total with five in Florida's home win over Florida State, including three tackles for a net loss of 16 yards and 1.5 sacks for a loss of 11… Posted first quarterback sack and first pass break-up of his career versus Kentucky…Added four solo tackles to his total, including two for a net loss of five yards, against South Carolina…

2004: Played in the season opener against Eastern Michigan for seven plays…Saw action at linebacker in preseason drills…

2003: Suffered a hernia in preseason drills…Saw action at defensive end in one game (FAMU)…Re-injured a muscle in his pelvic area, after battling through preseason pain, and did not return…Saw first career action vs. FAMU, tying for the line-lead with five tackles on the night, including four solo hits on 40 plays…Second true freshman to see action on the defensive line since 2000, when Kenny Parker, Darrell Lee and Ian Scott played…Named Scout Team Player of the Week on defense the week of the Miami game…Dressed for the Miami and Tennessee games but did not see action…

PREP: A Parade All-America selection…Named a USA Today First-Team All-America… Ranked as the No. 1 strong side defensive end in the nation and the overall No. 25 national prospect by Rivals…Also considered the No. 1 defensive player in Texas and the state's No. 4 prospect overall by Rivals…A SuperPrep All-America and was also listed to the Elite 50 team…Led his team to three consecutive state championship games (4A), winning titles in his junior and senior season…A two-year starter who helped his team to a 30-1 record over his final two seasons…Despite missing seven games due to injury, Moss recorded 81 tackles (29 for loss), 12 sacks, four forced fumbles and four recovered fumbles… Totaled 122 tackles, including 52 for a loss and 28 sacks, seven pass deflections, three forced fumbles and five fumble recovers as a junior…Had 61 tackles and nine sacks as a sophomore…Was invited to play in the U.S. Army All-Star Game in Texas…Also considered Miami, Texas and Florida State…

MAJOR: Sociology.


CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
Year UT-AT TT TBL QBS FF FR PD INT
2003 4-1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0
2005 17-8 25 9 7.5 1 1 2 0
Totals: 21-9 30 9 7.5 1 1 2 0

MOSS' CAREER HIGHS
Tackles: 5 (twice, last vs. Florida State, 2005)
QB Sacks: 3 (LSU, 2005)
Forced Fumbles: 1 (LSU, 2005)
Interceptions: None

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