Westwood, CAThe UCLA Bruins have had some up and downs as of late and the 2016 season hasn’t necessarily been one that inspires optimism; however, I can say with certainty that Bruin fans needn’t worry about who their next TE will be. 


Jimmy Jaggers by all accounts from my interview with him, is a hard working, family oriented duel sport athlete.  The elite prowess he demonstrates on the basketball court and football field is only surpassed by his academic aptitude, by which is evidenced by his official visits to Notre Dame, Stanford and UCLA – all excellent institutes of higher learning and are by no means football vocational schools, which unfortunately for all parties involved have become increasingly common in the modern era of big business college sports. 

Needless to say, UCLA also has a very impressive history when it comes to sports, particularly in basketball – but as you know Jimmy Jaggers is your next tight end and even though he’s a natural talent on the court, he’ll only be playing football for the Bruins.


Highlights from our interview with the future Bruin:

Q: Who’s your biggest influence when it comes to football?

A: “My Dad”

Q: What do you plan on majoring in at UCLA in the fall?

A: “Not entirely sure yet, but probably business”

Q: Which NFL team would you like to play for most?

A: ” The Raiders”

Q: Who’s your favorite player of all-time?

A: Jason Witten


You can follow Jimmy Jaggers on Twitter @jimmy_jaggers

featured image : By Karen from I live in Worcester (UK) and work in Birmingham (UK) and wherever I am on tour. (Hollywoodland in Westwood) [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

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