Jerome Boyd is one of the top safety prospects on the west coast this year and he has an eye for the Cats. On the year he has 36 tackles, two fumbles caused, and one interception for a touchdown. He currently has a host of offers in which Arizona is one. Boyd is the extra aggressive kind of safety that every secondary could use."> Jerome Boyd is one of the top safety prospects on the west coast this year and he has an eye for the Cats. On the year he has 36 tackles, two fumbles caused, and one interception for a touchdown. He currently has a host of offers in which Arizona is one. Boyd is the extra aggressive kind of safety that every secondary could use.">

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<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=686696">Jerome Boyd</a> is one of the top safety prospects on the west coast this year and he has an eye for the Cats. On the year he has 36 tackles, two fumbles caused, and one interception for a touchdown. He currently has a host of offers in which Arizona is one. Boyd is the extra aggressive kind of safety that every secondary could use.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 200
40 time: 4.5
Bench: 285
From: Los Angeles, California
High School: Dorsey

"I feel my strength on the field is my aggresiveness," said Boyd.

Many schools feel the same way he does with offers coming in from UA, UCLA, Washington, and Oregon. Washington appears to be recruiting him the hardest right now.

He currently has trips set to UA on December 5th, Washington December 12th, and Oregon the first recruiting weekend in January. These schools along with USC and Cal are his favorites. His current top three are the Huskies, Bruins, and Trojans with no favorite.

Coach Bernstein is recruiting him for the Cats and he likes that Arizona is "real close" to home and he could see early playing time in Tucson.

Boyd carries a 2.4 GPA and scorerd a 700 on his first SAT attempt. He will take it again on November 1. He would like to major in Sports Therapy or Business.

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