Bradley Jennings Jr.
2020 (Redshirt Junior): Made first start of career in season opener against UAB (Sept. 10) and led team with six total tackles, including two tackles for loss…Lone tackle in start at top-20 Louisville (Sept. 19) was 4-yard tackle for loss…Started and finished with one tackle in romp of rival Florida State (Sept. 26)…Ranked second on team with seven total tackles (five solo) in start at top-ranked Clemson (Oct. 10).
2019 (Redshirt Sophomore): Did not see any game action during regular season while recovering from offseason surgery.
2018 (Sophomore): Saw action in four games and totaled eight tackles…Had 1.5 tackles for loss and one fumble recovery…Set career mark with five tackles in home opener vs. Savannah State (Sept. 8)…Recovered first fumble of career and added one tackle for loss against Tigers…Had one tackle at Toledo (Sept. 15)…Posted two tackles in win over North Carolina (Sept. 27).
2017 (True Freshman): Saw action in 12 of 13 games, mostly on special teams…Totaled seven tackles…Made career debut in season opener against Bethune-Cookman (Sept. 2) and finished with two tackles (one solo)…Saw action against Toledo (Sept. 23)…Had two tackles in win at Duke (Sept. 29)…Saw action in wins at Florida State (Oct. 7), at home against Georgia Tech (Oct. 14) and at home against Syracuse (Oct. 21)…Played in wins at North Carolina (Oct. 28) and at home against Notre Dame (Nov. 11) and Virginia (Nov. 18)…Saw time at Pittsburgh (Nov. 24)…Finished with two tackles in ACC Championship Game against Clemson (Dec. 2)…Had one tackle in Capital One Orange Bowl against Wisconsin (Dec. 30).
High School: Consensus three-star linebacker prospect by 247Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout…Ranked No. 35 outside linebacker nationwide by Rivals…Had 146 tackles and 10 tackles for loss in junior season at Sandalwood…Added three forced fumbles and two sacks for Saints in 2015…Selected to 2015 Florida Times-Union All-First Coast Second Team…Coached by Adam Geis at Sandalwood…Chose Miami over offers from Florida State, Louisville, Michigan and North Carolina, among others.