Jameer Outsey Franklin, NJ Tight End player died in shooting

Jameer Outsey Franklin, NJ Tight End player died in shooting

Jameer Outsey Death – Family and friends of a 2014 graduate of Franklin Township High School graduate have been thrown into mourning after an overnight shooting left their son dead. Jameer Outsey, a Tight End player and student of University of Nevada, Las Vegas passed away after a deadly shooting Saturday.

A family member who posted about the deadly incident says the male was shot and killed after an incident last night. “My Boy Jamrock. You Got Us Messed Up Man. 20+ years Brodie. Been Love Ever Since Day 1 Champ. From That Championship Knicks Team We Had In The Jr. NBA To Mr. Devito Chemistry Class We You’re Straight Clowns  Ima Miss Getting On Fortnite With You And As Soon As I Get On You Just Say “DMOBBBB WAS GOOD”  Rest In Perfect Peace My Brother Jameer Selx Outsey.”

Who Was Jameer Outsey?

Jameer Outsey was born in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The child of Elisha Outsey and Wendie Barnes. Eboni Barnes is her bigger sister. Sociology is the major. A tough ex-Big Ten player who is about to start his senior year… One of a record-setting 26 Rebels who were named Academic All-Mountain West in 2017. They were chosen to represent UNLV’s defense at the MW Media Summit in July 2018.

His first letter as a Rebel came after he played in all 12 games and started 10 of them. He ended the game with 25 stops, including 3.0 TFL… Two sacks, a fumble recovery, and a 53-yard drive. The last person to join the Rebels in July of 2017. The 2016 season was spent at Mesa (AZ) CC. The Hawkeyes graduated from high school.

Moved from linebacker to tight end and played in eight games, with one catch for eight yards. The first game of career was against Illinois State, which they beat 31–14. One of the two tight ends who started in Iowa State’s 31–17 win. They also played Pitt, North Texas, Wisconsin, Illinois, Northwestern, and Illinois, and they played Stanford in the Rose Bowl.

HIGH SCHOOL: Franklin Township HS class of 2014. Coach Lou Soloman gave him three letters. For the Warriors, he played DE, TE, WR, and DT. As a senior, he made the first team of all-area outside linebackers. As a junior, he made first team all-area as an outside defender and a tight end. As a sophomore, he made the all-conference third team. He has started for three years as a defensive end, a defender, and a tight end.

As a sophomore, he helped his prep team get to the first round of the state playoffs. As a junior, he helped them get to the second round. As a senior, he made 51 tackles, 13 of which were for a loss, five sacks, and a return of an interception for a score. At the end of the game, he had 13 catches for 193 yards and three scores. As a junior, he had 44 tackles, nine tackles for loss, and five sacks. He also caught 15 passes for 223 yards. As a senior, he was the team leader. Also played basketball for the Warriors.

Jameer Outsey Obituary and Funeral Arrangements will be Released by the Family

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