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Draft Scout Jerrell Gavins News
03/28/13 - 2013 Boise State Pro Day: Jerrell Gavins, CB (5-7 7/8, 170) - Gavins had a good workout, but his height might prevent him from consideration for being brought into an NFL training camp. - Gil Brandt, NFL.com
12/13/12 - 2012 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST SECOND-TEAM (COACHES & MEDIA): DB Jerrell Gavins, Sr., Boise State, has been selected Second Team All-Mountain West Conference (Coaches & Media selection) for the 2012 college football season. Gavins, a redshirt senior cornerback from Miami, played in all 12 games, starting nine. He recorded 29 tackles (15 solo), including one for-loss. He also intercepted two passes, broke up four more and returned a fumble 16 yards for a touchdown. - Boise State football
08/31/12 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: CB Jerrell Gavins made three interceptions in three games last year before he was injured and single-handedly shut down Georgia's deep passing attack. He's the smaller, less experienced cornerback -- senior Jamar Taylor is on the other side -- so he gets attacked. - The Sports Xchange
08/31/12 - SCOUTING THE DEFENSE: Only two full-time starters return and one of them -- cornerback Jerrell Gavins -- is coming off a major knee injury that limited him to three games last year. Three of the top four defensive ends haven't played major college football and the safeties are both sophomores. So while there's talent in this group, there is plenty of uncertainty about how good this defense will be -- and how quickly they can get there. - The Sports Xchange
08/07/12 - CB Jerrell Gavins grabbed three interceptions and broke up three passes in three games last season before sustaining a season-ending injury in practice. The senior considered leaving for the NFL rather than taking a redshirt year but wasn't healthy enough. "It never really goes away," he said of the disappointment. "I won't let go. In some aspects, I can. I was an angry person last year, so this year I'm going to be real mad. I know how to keep it poised. When I get opportunities to be a mad man, I will be a mad man." - The Sports Xchange