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Updated: December 15, 2014
2013 Coaches Third-Team All-ACC
2013 All-ACC honorable mention
2014-15: Has played in all 12 games, starting 11 games …Logged 849 plays, 784 at rover and 65 on special teams … Made four tackles, and also returned two punts for 25 yards, in the season opener against William & Mary … Intercepted two passes and returned them for 35 yards and added five tackles and a break up in the win over Ohio State … Named Nagurski National Defensive Player and ACC co-Defensive Back of the Week after his performance against Ohio State … Broke up a pass and made six tackles against East Carolina … Had five tackles against Georgia Tech … Made eight tackles and added a breakup against Western Michigan … Had three tackles at North Carolina … Made seven tackles, including one for a loss, at Pitt … Had nine tackles against Miami … Made 11 tackles against Boston College … Led the team with 13 tackles and also forced a fumble and broke up a pass at Duke … Made seven tackles at Wake Forest … Had an interception and eight tackles in the win over Virginia.
2013-14: A third-team All-ACC choice by the coaches and an honorable mention All-ACC selection by ACSMA … Started all 13 games … Was in on 911 plays, 801 on defense and 110 on special teams … Made 71 tackles and two interceptions, adding a pair of hurries and breakups … Returned 26 punts for 139 yards … Tallied four tackles and two hurries on defense, also returning two punts for 42 yards in the season opener against Alabama … Returned a career-high five punts, while adding seven tackles on defense against Western Carolina … Made five tackles at East Carolina … Made his first career interception late in the fourth quarter and added eight tackles in the triple overtime win over Marshall … Had two tackles at Georgia Tech … Returned his second interception of the year 13 yards and added nine tackles in the win over North Carolina … Made five tackles on defense, while also returning six punts for 41 yards in the win over Pittsburgh … Made a tackle against Duke … Totaled 11 tackles at Boston College … Made four tackles including one for loss at Miami … Had four tackles against Maryland … Made seven solo tackles in the win at Virginia … Tallied four tackles in the Sun Bowl against UCLA … Had off-season left labrum surgery in January and missed all of spring practice.
2012-13: Started all 13 games … Played almost 900 snaps on defense and 55 special teams plays … Was second on the team with 83 tackles … Had 4.5 tackles for loss, a forced fumble and four pass break-ups … Also averaged 13.9 yards per punt return, ninth-best in the nation … Made nine tackles in his first career start against Georgia Tech … Totaled six tackles, including 1.5 for loss, while also returning two punts for 53 yards against Austin Peay … Earned ACC Specialist of the Week honors after scoring a touchdown on a 94-yard punt return at Pittsburgh … Made six tackles and broke up a pass, while also returning two punts against Bowling Green … Had seven tackles, including one for loss against Cincinnati … Made nine tackles at North Carolina … Broke up a pass and made eight tackles against Duke … Had nine tackles, including one for loss at Clemson … Made five tackles at Miami and three against Florida State, while also contributing on special teams … Recorded six tackles in the win at Boston College, also returning three punts for 32 yards … Broke up a pass and had four tackles against Virginia … Made six tackles and broke up a pass in the win over Rutgers in the Russell Athletic Bowl … A Super Iron Hokie during off-season testing … Shared a sack in the first spring scrimmage … Returned two punts for 45 yards during the final scrimmage … Won the Frank O. Moseley Award as the defensive player who showed the most hustle during the off-season and spring workouts.
2011-12: Played in all 14 games … Played 25 snaps on defense and 139 on special teams … One of seven true freshmen to see action … Had two tackles in his collegiate debut against Appalachian State … Was in on eight special teams plays at ECU … Worked nine plays on special teams in the win over Arkansas State … Credited with an assisted tackle on special teams and returned a punt 9 yards in the win at Marshall … Assisted on a special teams tackle and returned a punt three yards against Clemson … Worked nine special teams plays in the win over Miami … Picked up a tackle while seeing action on defense and special teams at Wake Forest … Saw brief time at corner and worked 14 special teams plays against BC … Added six plays on special teams at Duke and nine more at Georgia Tech and UNC … Contributed for 14 total plays, including three at corner at Virginia … Notched two solo stops in the ACC Championship Game against Clemson on 11 snaps … Moved to safety during the spring and played both spots … Returned a punt 88 yards for a touchdown during one spring scrimmage … Intercepted a pass in another.
High School: An All-America selection by SuperPrep and PrepStar … A unanimous selection for Mountain Valley Conference Most Valuable Player as a senior … Had 36 tackles and four interceptions his senior season and also ran for 1,200 yards and 11 touchdowns … Earned first-team All-MVC honors at running back and defensive back his final year … Selected to play in the prestigious Big 33 Football Classic … A preseason All-American by SuperPrep and PrepStar … A first-team All-MVC selection at defensive back as a junior … Recorded 43 tackles, 16 pass break-ups, four interceptions and two forced fumbles that season … Ranked as the No. 6 player in the state on the Pennsylvania 32 and the No. 12 defensive back in the country by SuperPrep … Listed as the No. 175 player in the country, the No. 18 cornerback in the nation and the No. 5 player in the state of Pennsylvania by Rivals … Listed as the No. 17 cornerback in the country by Scout … Rated the No. 25 cornerback in the country by Tom Lemming on MaxPreps … Ranked as the No. 38 cornerback in the country by ESPN.com/Scouts, Inc. … Rated the No. 19 defensive back in the country and the No. 6 player in Pennsylvania in SuperPrep’s preseason edition.
Personal: Kyshoen F. Jarrett … Born 5/4/93 … Son of Vinise Capers … Majoring in human development with a concentration in professional helping skills.