89 - Jason Boyce
Jason Boyce
Height: 6-4
Weight: 225
Year: Fr.
Hometown: Kent, Wash.
High School: Kentwood HS '11
Position: TE
Experience: HS

HS: Graduated from Kentwood HS in 2011. As a senior, he was a first-team All-South Puget Sound League North Division selection as both a wide receiver and a defensive lineman. He had 24 catches for 497 yards (20.7 average) and six touchdowns for the season. Kentwood finished the season 10-1 and ranked fourth in the final State 4A poll, with its lone loss coming to Bothell in the first round of the playoffs. Boyce had a season-high five catches for 68 yards and a touchdown in that game.  Against Puyallup, Boyce returned a blocked punt for a touchdown, hauled in a pass for another score and added a sack in Kentwood's 35-21 win. Was named Kentwood's team offensive co-player of the week twice and defensive co-player of the week three times in 2010. He finished his senior season as the leading scorer for Kentwood’s basketball team, averaging 15.0 points per game to lead the Conquerors to a 17-10 record. He earned first-team All-SPSL North Division honors and was team co-captain. Kentwood advanced to the State 4A Tournament, but was eliminated with losses to top-ranked Garfield and unranked Olympia. He was a starter on Kentwood's 2010 State 4A championship basketball team, scoring seven points and grabbing eight rebounds in the title game versus Jackson. Eagle newcomer and Washington transfer Demitrius Bronson (’08) also attended Kentwood. Boyce also lettered as a sophomore. His brother Aaron Boyce (2006-07-08-09) was an All-America wide receiver for Eastern in 2007 and finished his career with 222 receptions for 3,330 yards and 29 touchdowns to rank second in Eastern history in all three categories. He was a 2005 graduate of Kentwood High School where he played basketball on the same team as former Eagle and current Detroit Piston Rodney Stuckey.

Personal: Born 7/14/93 in Renton, Wash. His parents are Bill and Debbie Boyce. Intends on majoring in business.

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