Austin Seferian-Jenkins: Durability, agility

Austin Seferian-Jenkins

Injury and agility reports for TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins, along with his basketball information, college stats (including blocking stats) and more.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL
After the 2011 football season, Austin Seferian-Jenkins joined the Washington basketball program as a walk-on, where he sort of became the Huskies' "lucky charm," as the squad compiled a 13-4 record and captured the Pac-12 Conference title after the tight end began serving as a reserve forward, becoming the 19th player in school history to play both foot-ball and basketball at the university (was first since Nate Robinson performed as a defensive back for the 2002 grid team and as a guard for the basketball squad from 2003-05), but was just the fourth to accomplish that feat since 1985…In seventeen games, he logged 122 minutes of action (7.2 mpg), making 8-of-21 field goals (.381) and 3-of-8 free throws for 19 points (1.1 ppg)…Hauled down 36 rebounds, including 23 from the defensive boards (2.12 rpg), handing out one assist while blocking two shots and coming up with three steals…Logged 37 minutes of action in National Invitational Tournament action, where he averaged 2.3 rebounds and 1.8 points per game.

INJURY REPORT
2012 Season…Suffered a foot/ankle sprain vs. Oregon in the team's fifth contest, but played with the injury and did not miss any games.

AGILITY TESTS
4.71 in the 40-yard dash…1.60 10-yard dash…2.61 20-yard dash…4.23 20-yard shuttle…11.53 60-yard shuttle…6.97 three-cone drill…35 ½-inch vertical jump…9'-7" broad jump… Bench pressed 225 pounds 20 times…33 ¾-inch arm length…9 ¾--inch hands…80-inch wingspan.

HIGH SCHOOL
Seferian-Jenkins attended Gig Harbor (Wash.) High School, playing football for head coach Darren McKay…Competed as a wide receiver, tight end, offensive tackle and defensive end and was a two-time Class 4A All-Narrows League and All-District choice during his gridiron career, helping the Tide rank 28th in the state during his sophomore season…Received a five-star prospect rating and was regarded as the best tight end in the high school ranks by Tom Lemming's Prep Football Report, as Scout.com also regarded him as the nation's best tight end…247Sports called the Tide tight end the second-best overall prospect in the state of Washington…As a junior and senior, Seferian-Jenkins received All-State honors from the Seattle Times and Class 4A first-team accolades from the Associated Press…During his final year, he garnered All-American second-team honors from ESPN…Also a first-team All-American selection by MaxPreps after he snared 62 passes for 1,152 yards and eleven touchdowns in 2009…Member of the Prep Star "Dream Team" and named to the Long Beach Press-Telegram's "Best in the West" first-team…One of five seniors from the state named a "blue-chip prospect" by the Seattle Times and one of just eight players from the Pacific Northwest named a "Northwest Nugget" by the Tacoma News-Tribune, in addition to earning "Western 100" list accolades from that news service…Also a two-time All-Narrows League selection in basketball, where he lettered three times, first, for coach Kerry Yousey as a forward during his sophomore year before being coached by Lyle McIntosh as a junior and senior…Served as squad captain during his senior hoops campaign, as he averaged seventeen points and nine rebounds per game for the Tide in 2010-11…Gridiron teammate of present University of Washington wide receiver, Kasen Williams.

PERSONAL
General Studies major…Son of Linda Seferian…Her father, and Austin's grandfather, the late Edward Seferian, spent 35 years as the conductor of the Tacoma Symphony Orchestra…A man with the right mix of humor, personality and patience, qualities that came in handy for Seferian-Jenkins as he went through the recruiting process, Edward died of cancer, but his grandson still seeks his approval. "Do you think grandpa Edward would be proud of me?" Seferian-Jenkins sometimes asks his mother…Has a younger sister, Michaela…Born Austin Seferian-Jenkins (pronounced suh-FAIR-ee-un) on 9/29/92 in Fox Island, Washington.

RECEIVING STATISTICS…R/PG indicates receptions per game...GM/AVG indicates average yards gained per game.

STATS

NO

YARDS

AVG

TD

LONG

R/PG

GM/AVG

2011

041

   0538

13.12

 06

   47

03.15

   041.38

2012

069

   0852

12.35

 07

   43

05.31

   065.54

2013

036

   0450

12.50

 08

   34

03.00

   037.50

TOTAL

146

   1840

12.60

 21

   47

03.84

   048.42

 

 

BLOCKING STATISTICS...Based on review of game film by our scouting department...SGP-season grade percentage...GM-games played...PLAY-amount of snaps played in...KB-key blocks (pancake/ knockdowns)...

TDB-touchdown resulting blocks... DWF-downfield blocks... PRS-pressures allowed... SKA-sacks allowed...

High Grade Game-best graded game for the season.

STATS

SGP

PLAYS

KB

TDB

DWF

PRS

SKA

High Grade Game

2011

85.69

0658

067

07

18

2.0

1.0

91% Colorado/Arizona

2012

86.00

   0693

064

10

17

1.0

1.0

95% vs. Oregon State/Utah

2013

89.91

0765

077

16

20

0.0

2.0

97% vs. California/Oregon State

TOTAL

87.05

2116

208

33

55

3.0

4.0

95% vs. California/Oregon State

 

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS…Recorded one solo tackle in 2011…Recovered a fumble for a 1-yard gain in 2012…Recorded a solo tackle in 2013.3.

 

 

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