Born in Fort Myers, FL...
A threat on both offense and defense growing up, Jayron Kearse developed his well-rounded skills in his hometown of Ft. Myers, Florida. Considered not only a great football player, he was ranked as the No.16 overall athlete in the nation by Rivals. At Clemson University, Jayron officially committed himself to the defensive side of the ball, and was a two-year starter at strong safety. Kearse and the Clemson Tigers made it to the College Football National Championship game, where he recorded three tackles, but eventually lost to the University of Alabama.
Foregoing his senior season at Clemson, Kearse declared for the 2016 NFL Draft, where the Minnesota Vikings selected him in the seventh round. Joining a stacked Minnesota defense, Kearse continues to make his mark on the gridiron. He led Minnesota in 2018 with 18 special team tackles, 14 of those being solo, as he excelled in his role as a gunner.
Kearse is often seen strutting into game day alongside fellow fashionable teammate, Stefon Diggs as they face off for the best drip of the day. Jayron’s style is a mix of south Florida swag with a sprinkle of classic Northern styles. His custom suit fits lean into a classic design but often incorporates a bolder color.
- He attended same high school as Sammy Watkins
- Played youth football with Clemson and Vikings teammate Mackensie Alexander
- He’s actively involved in Big Brothers Big Sisters off the field and dedicated his “my cause, my cleats” design to the organization
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