6 - Bryan Jarrett
|High School:||Puyallup HS '03|
|Previous College:||Western Wash. Univ.|
2007: Listed as a starter at "whip" safety on preseason depth chart. At the conclusion of spring practices he received one of four strength and conditioning awards handed out. 2006: Started Eastern's first three games and last three games at free safety. He suffered an ankle injury against Central Washington (9/16/06) and returned as a backup against Montana (10/7/06). He had 16 tackles in back-to-back games late in the season versus Northern Arizona (10/28/06) and Weber State (11/4/06), finishing with a season-high nine stops against the Wildcats. At the conclusion of spring practice, he was one of two recipients of "Iron Eagle" awards for academic and athletic achievement during the year. 2005: Earned first team All-Big Sky Conference honors. Started Eastern's last eight games at whip safety, taking over for injured starter Gregor Smith and then never relinquishing his position. His average of 4.9 tackles per game ranked 35th in the Big Sky. He made the first start of his career against Northern Arizona (10/8/05) and finished with seven tackles. Three times during the season he was honored as the team's defensive player of the week, including the NAU game and in victories against Montana (10/15/05) and Montana State (11/12/05). He had nine tackles versus the Grizzlies and five tackles and an interception he returned 38 yards and a touchdown versus the Bobcats. He also won the team's big play of the week award against MSU. His career-high 11 tackles came against Sacramento State (10/29/05) when he also forced a fumble. During spring practice, he was given the defensive "Eagle of the Year" award for his all-around athletic and academic performances. 2004: Redshirted after having to sit out the 2004 season due to NCAA transfer rules. Was selected as the team's defensive scout team player of the week twice. WWU: Played the 2003 season at Western Washington University where he started four of the nine games he played. He finished with 30 tackles and a team-leading seven passes broken up, and also forced a fumble. He blocked a field goal in the final seconds that forced overtime in an early-season loss to Western Oregon. In a rematch, he returned an interception that was lateraled to him 20 yards to help set up a game-winning score. He had a season-high seven tackles versus Nebraska-Omaha. HS: Graduated from Puyallup HS in 2003. He was a second team South Puget Sound League Sound Division selection as a wide receiver on offense. He helped the Vikings to 9-2 record and the first round of the State 4A Playoffs. He had 52 tackles and nine interceptions, two blocked punts, four fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles. On offense, he caught 38 passes for 390 yards and seven touchdowns as he led Puyallup to an 8-1 regular season record. He also started as a junior, and earned three letters in both soccer and basketball. EWU teammate Makai Borden ('05) also attended Puyallup HS. Personal: Born 3/9/85. Human resource management major.