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Jasir Cox

Jasir Cox

-  West Virginia University
2023
Class
Football
Sport
6'1"
Height
205
Weight
1084

ATHLETE

BIO

  • Enrolled at WVU in 2022 summer

2021 (Jr.) - North Dakota State

  • Played for coach Matt Entz at North Dakota State
  • Named All-Missouri Valley Football Conference Second Team
  • Started 14 games at linebacker, helping the Bison win the 2021 NCAA FCS National Championship
  • Missed the NCAA second round playoff game due to illness
  • Finished the year as NDSU's third-leading tackler with 58 tackles, three tackles for loss, 1 ½  sacks and three interceptions
  • Had two interceptions at Illinois State and one the following week against Missouri State
  • Also had two pass breakups and one forced fumble
  • Season-high seven tackles against Indiana State and in the national championship win over Montana State

2020 (COVID) – North Dakota State

  • Started all 10 games at linebacker, helping NDSU to the NCAA national quarterfinals
  • NDSU's third leading tackler with 52 total tackles
  • Made 2 ½ tackles for loss and had one sack
  • Had five pass breakups, one quarterback hurry and one forced fumble
  • Career-high eight tackles in the NCAA first round playoff win over Eastern Washington
  • Seven tackles against Central Arkansas, including six solo stops
  • Also had seven tackles at Southern Illinois

2019 (So.) – North Dakota State

  • Played in 13-of-16 games, helping NDSU win the NCAA FCS National Championship
  • Made a tackle on NDSU's first kickoff of the season against Butler but was injured and missed the rest of the nonconference slate
  • Had one tackle for loss in his return at Illinois State
  • Season-high six tackles including four solo stops, a tackle for loss and an assisted sack in the win over South Dakota
  • Named to the Missouri Valley Football Conference Honor Roll

2018 (Fr.) – North Dakota State

  • Played in 10-of-15 games as a true freshman, helping NDSU win the NCAA FCS National Championship
  • Played a majority of his time on the kickoff coverage team and punt defense
  • NDSU ranked ninth in FCS and led the Missouri Valley Football Conference averaging 15.61 yards per punt return

High School

  • Played for coach Jon Holmes at Bishop Miege High
  • Played his junior year at Raytown South before transferring to Bishop Miege, where he was a safety on the school’s fourth straight Kansas Class 4A state championship under coach Jon Holmes
  • 2017 all-state and all-conference first team
  • Had 88 tackles including 54 solo stops
  • Intercepted four passes and returned two for touchdowns
  • Also had a punt return for a touchdown Ran on a record-setting 4x100 relay team
  • Also participated in basketball and baseball

Personal

  • Son of James and Lotu CoxOne of seven children (3 brothers, 3 sisters)
  • Older brother, Jabril Cox, was a two-time All-America linebacker at NDSU from 2016-19, before transferring to LSU for his senior season
  • Graduated in May 2022 with his bachelor’s degree in sociology with a minor in psychology
  • Majoring in integrated studies

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NDSU Junior year highlights   Watch Google Video
WVU senior year Highlights   Watch Google Video