"He does it all for us," said Alex Castaneda, Vanguard's coach. "He's strong (325-bench press) and very fast. He's a smaller version of P.J. Williams. The other night he had two interceptions for us. Some teams like him as a cornerback. Most teams like him as a wide receiver. And he makes a big impact as a return guy. He has three kickoff returns for touchdowns this season alone."
So far Jamerson has offers from Wisconsin, UAB, Florida International, Middle Tennessee State and some other small schools. He received his Badger offer on Monday night along with his teammate, tight end Elkanah Dillon.
"Natrell is very durable," Castaneda said. "He plays 180 out of 190 snaps (on average) each week for us. Wisconsin just offered but I know he's going to have some more. Purdue and Vanderbilt are supposed to come by and see him very soon."
Jamerson looks like a nice playmaker on film. He has enough size to play on the outside but could also project to play inside in the slot. He has good speed to get behind the secondary, as he shows just how fast he is to get deep. Heck, on some plays he just runs right by guys. Jamerson looks good in the air and high-points the ball well. He's a long strider who's smooth and sudden. At times can be explosive. Jamerson has soft hands and catches the ball cleanly.