PORT NECHES — “I just wanted to come in and work hard every day and get better every week,” Rose said. “It helped a lot, starting in my eighth grade year, playing in this system. I’ve gotten better every week, gotten more catches each week. I hope to get more in this upcoming game. I work hard in practice and try to do my best.”
INDIAN INKLINGS: The son of Schwanna and Reginald Rose, Jeremiah is one of three players with a rushing TD for PN-G this season. He has five carries for 50 yards and joins Diego Medina and A.J. Smith as the only Indians to score on a run this season. … Defensive lineman Josh Riley finally made an impact for the Indians this season, after missing time with an injury. Riley had two tackles, as he’s gradually worked back into the line rotation, his first two tackles of the season. … Bradley Broussard led the Indians in tackling against LC-M with 12, while both Robert Dawson and Dalton Peveto had 11. Dawson was inserted into the game for Dillard Youngblood, who left with an ankle injury. … Four different PN-G runners now have over 100 yards on the season, but the team has yet to produce a 100-yard rusher in a single game. Spencer Wommack leads the team with 140 yards, while A.J. Smith is second at 122. Both Tim Clopton (108) and Diego Medina (104) also have 100 yards. Clopton leads the team in yards from scrimmage with 319, just ahead of Rose’s 318.
Five Questions with Jeremiah Rose
What is your dream job? To play in the NFL
What is your favorite movie? Transformers
What is your favorite NFL team? Pittsburgh Steelers
What is your favorite college? University of Texas
What is your favorite color? Red