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Jacob Eason

Jacob Eason
Lake Stevens High School
Position Quarterback
Class HS Senior
Career history
High school Lake Stevens (WA)
Personal information
Date of birth c. 1997 (age 18–19)
Place of birth Lake Stevens, Washington
Height 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)
Weight 207 lb (94 kg)
Career highlights and awards
  • Rivals High School Football Junior of the Year (2014)

Jacob Eason (born c. 1997) is an college football.

Eason attends Lake Stevens High School in Lake Stevens, Washington.[1] As a sophomore, he passed for 2,941 yards and 23 touchdowns.[2] As a junior in 2014, he was Rivals.com's Junior of the Year after passing for 2,829 yards, 32 touchdowns and three interceptions.[3]

Eason is rated by Rivals as a five-star recruit and is ranked as the best pro-style quarterback and best player overall in the 2016 class.[4] Eason committed to the college football.[5][6][7]

His father, Tony Eason, played college football at Notre Dame.[8]

References

  1. ^ Lake Stevens QB Jacob Eason takes steps to become the best
  2. ^ Michigan's QB offer barrage continues: 2016 5-star pocket passer Jacob Eason the latest target
  3. ^ Junior of the Year: Five-star QB Jacob Eason
  4. ^ Rivals.com bio
  5. ^ Lake Stevens QB Jacob Eason, a top recruit for the Class of 2016, commits to Georgia
  6. ^ Lake Stevens QB Jacob Eason commits to Georgia
  7. ^ Lake Stevens QB Eason says 'everything fit perfectly' at Georgia
  8. ^ Irish offer legacy QB Jacob Eason
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