Draft Scout Snapshot:DS Rating on 9-1-10: #16 WR, #147/750 Overall, 5-6 2010: 2010 MOUNTAIN WEST SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR (COACHES)...One of three finalists for the Paul Hornung Award, has been named to multiple All-America teams in 2010. He was the Mountain West Conference Special Teams Player of the Year for the second straight season and the league's first-team All-MWC return specialist for the third consecutive year. Kerley is one of just two players in the nation to rank in the top 20 in punt returns (12.9 yards) and kickoff returns (27.7 yards) this season. He also led TCU with 56 receptions and 10 touchdown catches...2009: Mountain West Conference Special Teams Player of the Year ... Received All-America honors from Rivals.com, CollegeFootballNews.com and Pro Football Weekly ... First-team All-MWC at return specialist for the second straight season ... Was also an honorable-mention selection at wide receiver ... Returned two punts for touchdowns ... Topped the MWC in punt return (14.4 yards) and kickoff return (26.6 yards) average, ranking seventh and 22nd, respectively, in the nation ... His 563 punt return yards set a TCU single-season record, breaking Davey O'Brien's 1937 mark of 549 ... Had a team-high 44 receptions, more than doubling the 20 he had in his first two seasons combined ...2008: First-team All-Mountain West Conference return specialist ... The fourth straight Horned Frog to receive that honor (Cory Rodgers, 2005; Brian Bonner, 2006-07) ... Ranked 13th nationally in punt returns with a 13.9 yard average ... Slowed four games by injury ... Also served as the holder on field goals and PATs ...2007: The only true freshman to see action on offense for the Frogs ... Had the first multi-catch games of his career in the final two contests ... Recorded a season-best three receptions for 15 yards in the Texas Bowl win over Houston.
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01/09/13 - WR Jeremey Kerley proved to be a legitimate NFL receiver and had a hand in every Jets pass play of 40 yards or more (he was the Wildcat quarterback on one of those plays), but other than that, it was a miserable year for Jets pass catchers.
12/31/12 - WR Jeremy Kerley set a unique NFL record Sunday, when he recorded his 34th fair catch of a punt this season with 4:58 left in the first quarter of the Jets' 28-9 loss to the Bills. Kerley broke the record previously set by Brian Mitchell, who had 33 fair catches for the Eagles in 2000. Kerley recorded two more fair catches to finish the season with 36.
12/24/12 - WR Jeremy Kerley completed the second pass of his career Sunday when he connected with Clyde Gates on a 42-yard pass in the first quarter of the Jets' 27-17 loss to the Chargers. Kerley's completion, which came out of the Wildcat, led to the Jets' first touchdown. Kerley had a 41-yard completion to Matthew Mulligan in the Jets' 2011 season finale on Jan. 1, 2012.
12/24/12 - WR Jeremy Kerley threw a 42-yard pass to fellow wide receiver Clyde Gates to set up the Jets' first touchdown in their 27-17 loss to the Chargers on Sunday. It was the fourth pass play of at least 40 yards for the Jest this season and Kerley has been involved in all of them. He caught a 45-yard pass from Mark Sanchez against the Steelers on Sept. 16, caught a 66-yard pass from Sanchez against the Dolphins on Sept. 23 and pulled in a 43-yard catch from Sanchez against the Seahawks on Nov. 11.
11/28/12 - WR Jeremy Kerley (heel, hip, illness) was a limited participant in practice Wednesday despite battling a variety of ailments. Kerley, who was initially hurt late in the week leading up to the Rams game on Nov. 18, was limited in practice last week but led the Jets with seven catches for 86 yards in the 49-19 loss to the Patriots.