Dwayne Jarrett Named All-American First Teamer For Second Consecutive Year
Dec. 7, 2006
USC junior Dwayne Jarrett became USC's first-ever 2-time All-American first team wide receiver when he was named to the Walter Camp and SI.com All-American first teams for the second consecutive year.
Jarrett, the Pac-10's all-time touchdown receptions leader (39), has caught 205 passes in his career and is 2 catches short of tying USC recordholder Keary Colbert.
In 2006, Jarrett has 59 catches for 810 yards (13.7 average) and 10 TDs. He currently is 24th nationally in receptions (5.4).
His 2,933 career receiving yards is fourth on USC's all-time list. He has 12 100-yard receiving games in his career and he has caught a pass in all 37 games he has played in his career, with a TD reception in 24 of those contests.
He twice was named the Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Week this season, first when he had 11 catches for 136 yards and 2 TDs against Nebraska and then for his 7-catch, 132-yard, 3-touchdown performance against Notre Dame.