15 Harris Roberts
15 Harris Roberts
Height: 6-4
Weight: 209
Year: R-Sr.
Hometown: Cumming, Ga.
High School: North Forsyth
Position: QB

2018 Game-By-Game Summary

2017 — Registered playing time in all 13 games...served as both the backup to All-SoCon quarterback P.J. Blazejowski and as the squad’s holder on PATs and field goals...posted five rushes for 71 yards and completed 9-of-13 passes for 110 yards...had a career long 44-yard run and completed 6-of-7 passes for 53 yards against VMI (42-10 win)...came off the bench to connect on 3-of-5 passes for 57 yards versus The Citadel (56-20 win), including a 40-yard connection with Cam Burnette...completed 6-of-8 passes for 112 yards and a touchown (3 yards to tight end Jake Walker) in helping lead the Purple Team to a 16-10 victory in spring game...named to the Socon Academic Honor Roll.

2017 Game-By-Game Summary

2016 — Made his collegiate debut as a reserve, completing a pass for four yards in a 52-7 win over East Tennessee State...named to the SoCon Academic Honor Roll.

2016 Game-By-Game Summary

2015 — Did not see any action...named to SoCon Academic Honor Roll.

2014 — Member of scout team...named to SoCon Academic Honor Roll.

High School:  2014 graduate of North Forsyth (6A) High School...football coach was Jason Galt...played quarterback...served as team captain as a junior and senior and was a three-time team academic player of the year selection...played in only five games in 2013 due to injury, passing for 454 yards/5 TDs and rushed for 161 yards/2 TDs...helped lead North Forsyth to a 7-4 record and first playoff berth as a member of 6A classification...threw for 1,042 yards and registered 11 touchdown responsibilities his junior year...also played baseball and basketball...Salutatorian, Georgia Merit Scholar, and AP Scholar with Distinction.

Personal: Full name is Jameson Harris Roberts...born November 5, 1995, in Atlanta, Georgia...parents are Brian and Julie Roberts...has three brothers: Holt, West, and Walker...pre-engineering major who has completed his Furman degree requirements (will receive his B.S. degree in May '19)...is now enrolled as a student at Clemson University as part of Furman's dual-degree engineering program, which will earn him a second bachelor's degree in engineering from Clemson.