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Jarred Evans

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Jarred Evans ( Born August 6,1992) is an professional American football Quarterback for the Chihuahua Caudillos. They compete in the Mexican American Football League (FAM). He played College Football for the Cincinnati Bearcats

Early Years[edit]

Evans Father , Eugen Evans played College Football for LIU Post where he averaged an incrediable 26 yards per catch. Jarred Evans attended Holy Cross High School (Queens) where he played quarterback for the football team..[1]. Senior year Evans transferred to West Catholic Preparatory High School[2] in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where he played football and basketball. He along with Arizona state wide receiver Jaelen Strong helped lead the burrs to a City championship and a district title with a 12-3 record[3] As a senior, Evans threw for a school record 1,882 yards and 16 touchdowns which he was named first team All-District and All-Catholic League. His record was later broken by his brother Joshua Evans with 2,786 yards. Evans the slender strong-armer received interest from Lehigh, Lafayette, Youngstown and Scholarship offer to Towson University before opting to Santa Barbara City College.

College Career[edit]

Evans attended Towson University[4][5] as a freshman before transferring to Santa Barbara City College[6]. Two years at SBCC, Evans finished 218-of-413 for 2,701 yards and 25 TDs added nine rushing Touchdowns. Evans was named SFCA Pacific Conference Offensive Player of the Week on Sept.21 and 28 in 2013, over that two-game stretch Evans set career highs in consecutive games with 321 yards passing against Compton and 335 yards against LA Valley. Evans committed to University of Cincinnati[7][8] over New Mexico, Utah and UCLA. Evans was a 3* Recruit ranked by ESPN College Football[9] and Rivals.com[10] he was the #2 Quarterback in the class of 2013. At Cincinnati Evans Passed for 110 yards a rushed for 130 yards[11] in the first 4 games before getting suspended indefinitely[12] the rest of the season due to off field issues. In 2015 Evans switched to Defensive Back, played in all 12 games during his first season as a cornerback[13]

Professional Career[edit]

Evans went undrafted in the class of 2016, Edmonton Eskimos invited him to training camp as a Defensive Back in March 10, 2017[14].

Green Bay Blizzards[edit]

In February 2017, Evans signed with the Green Bay Blizzard of the Indoor Football League.[citation needed] He played in 14 games as a utility man, One of those games he played Quarterback[15] despite losing to Iowa Barnstormers 27-26. In those 13 game Evans had 320 all purpose yards and 3 touchdowns. Evans re-signed in 2018 but opted out to play in the German Football League.

Cologne Crocodiles[edit]

Evans signed with the crocodile’s mid-year June 2019[16], As a wide reviver. He was eventually moved to Quarterback due to injuries of the starter. Evans was named player of the week with 266 yards throwing against Potsdam in the GFL1. Evans finished the season with 72-129 with 10 passing touchdowns and 1,162 yards in 5 games winning three before losing to berlin rebels in the playoffs.

Wuhan Gators[edit]

In July 2019, Evans was drafted into the China Arena Football League as the 11th overall pick[17]. November 25,2019 Evans was named player of the week with 4 passing touchdowns and 2 rushing[18]. In 3 game tournament, Evans dominated with 13 total touchdowns making him the tournament Mvp. The Wuhan Gators beat the 2016 champions Beijing Lion 30:27.

Chihuahua Caudillos[edit]

Evans signed with the Warlords in January 2021.

Personal Life[edit]

Evans was one of 195 Americans evacuated from evacuated from the city of Wuhan and flown to March Air Reserve Base in Southern California[19] to avoid the highly contagious and deadly coronavirus. Evans just ended his season with two professional football teams in China and is looked up to in the city.

References[edit]

  1. " Holy Cross topples Iona Prep behind QB"[1]
  2. "Transfer QB has West Catholic in state semis"[2]
  3. Writer, By Brian Dzenis, Inquirer Staff. "Transfer QB has West Catholic in state semis". https://www.inquirer.com. External link in |website= (help)
  4. " Towson University " [3]
  5. "3 city stars make football commitments" [4]
  6. " Vaquero Quarterback shows east coast style in undefeated season" [5]
  7. " Bearcats add JUCO Quarterback Jarred Evans"[6]
  8. "Evans and Nevin announce next step after SBCC" [7]
  9. " ESPN Sports Rankings "[8]
  10. "Jarred Evans, 2014 Dual-threat quarterback - Rivals.com". n.rivals.com.
  11. " Jarred Evans gives the bearcats running game a spark" [9]
  12. "Jarred Evans trail verdict" [10]
  13. "Jarred Evans - Football". University of Cincinnati Athletics.
  14. "Eskimos staff hit the road for US " [11]
  15. Ferguson, Connor (April 13, 2017). "Former Cincinnati Quarterback Jarred Evans Back Under Center".
  16. " die neue nummer 10 jarred evans wechselt zu den krokodilen"[12]
  17. "2019 CAFL Draft" [13]
  18. "CAFL on Facebook Watch" – via www.facebook.com.
  19. [14]


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