87 Jason Tomlinson
At Navy: Postseason honors candidate ... enters the fall as a starter at wide receiver ... Navy's top receiver and one of the best athletes on the team ... unselfish player ... does an outstanding job of blocking on the perimeter ... possibly the most talented player on the offensive side of the football ... has good speed and dependable hands ... possesses a 36.4-inch vertical ... has put on 15 pounds since last season ... has earned three varsity letters.
2005: Had another strong season where he led the team in receptions for the second-straight year ... started all 12 games at wide receiver ... accounted for 607 all-purpose yards ... had an outstanding game against Air Force, catching four passes for a then career-best 114 yards and a touchdown ... his touchdown came on a career-long 61-yard reception that cut the Air Force lead to 17-14 in the third quarter ... became the first Mid since 1998 to record 100 yards receiving in back-to-back games, when he hauled in five passes for a career-best 115 yards against Kent State ... both receptions and yards were career highs ... equaled a career high in receptions with five for 61 yards against Rutgers ... had a strong outing in the game against Maryland, catching three passes for 72 yards and returning one punt for seven yards ... recorded another solid outing with four receptions that covered 40 yards against Stanford... had one catch for 18 yards, one carry for 22 yards and one punt return for 14 yards against Colorado State ... returned two punts for six yards, and had one carry for 46 yards against Duke ... had a quiet game against Rice, catching one pass for 11 yards ... had one carry for 15 yards and returned two punts for 29 yards against Tulane ... had one catch for 10 yards against Notre Dame ... had one catch for four yards and returned one punt for 12 yards against Army.
2004: Starter in the last 10 games ... Navy's leading receiver with 16 catches for 273 yards and one touchdown with a long reception of 58 yards ... returned 22 punts for 162 yards ... was 76th in the country in punt returns, averaging 7.4 yards per return ... had the best game of his young career against Duke, catching three passes for 91 yards and a touchdown and setting up another touchdown with a 31-yard punt return ... returned one punt for one yard against Northeastern ... caught one pass for 13 yards and returned three punts for eight yards against Tulsa ... caught three passes for 57 yards and returned two punts for 18 yards against Vanderbilt ... made one reception for 12 yards against Air Force ... returned three punts for 28 yards against Notre Dame ... had one carry for 17 yards off a reverse and returned two punts for five yards against Rice ... caught four passes for 41 yards against Delaware ... caught one pass for three yards against Tulane ... had one catch for 44 yards against Rutgers ... had two catches for 12 yards against Army.
2003: Played in every game ... caught 10 passes for 165 yards and one touchdown ... made his collegiate debut against VMI and led the Mids with three receptions for 65 yards ... made one catch for 12 yards at TCU ... caught a pass for 15 yards against Eastern Michigan ... caught two passes for 26 yards, including his first-career touchdown reception, in Navy's win at Vanderbilt ... caught one pass for eight yards and returned two punts for 22 yards ... caught two passes for 39 yards against Delaware ... returned three punts for 44 yards, including a 32 yarder against Tulane ... returned two punts for 10 yards against Army.
High School/Personal: Earned 11 varsity letters at Kennedale High School ... lettered three times in football, basketball and baseball and lettered twice in track ... football team was district champ his senior year and the baseball team won district titles his junior and senior seasons ... team captain of both his football and basketball teams ... all-district in football and team MVP in basketball ... Jason Tyrone Tomlinson ... Born-9/29/84.