2007-08 Football
Michael Jenner
Michael Jenner
No.: 9
Pos.: WR
Cl.: Senior
Ht.: 5-9
Wt.: 170
Hometown (Last School): Miami, Fla. (Varela)
Exp.: 3L
Rosters: 2007-08 Football

Scout Flyer 2007: The sure handed possession receiver ended his Dolphin career third on the all-time yardage list (1,246) and receptions (102)...only the third player in program history to tally over 100 career receptions... only one of eight Dolphins to tally 1,000 career yards...appeared in all 11 games as the slot receiver for Kerwin Bell[apos]s high powered offense...grabbed a career-high 10 receptions and tied a career-high with 103 yards at Gardner-Webb (9/8)...finished with a season-high 103 all-purpose yards in the same contest after completing a pass for 13 yards...completed his first collegiate pass for a career-high 18 yards at Bethune-Cookman (9/1)...finished with four receptions for 70 yards and a touchdown against Valparaiso (11/3). 2006: Appeared in all 10 games, including seven starts, as a junior...joined Nate Conner and Geavon Tribble as a three-headed monster through the air while also returning punts during the year...helped lead JU to its most receptions (128), team yards (1,916) and average yards per game (191.6) since 2003...tied for the team lead with a career-high 30 catches...finished second on the squad with a career-high 439 yards and an average of 43.9 yards per contest...also finished third with a career high tying two touchdowns, both at Butler (9/23)...grabbed a season-high five catches for 91 yards against No. 1 San Diego (11/4)...also recorded five catches for 55 yards at Davidson (10/7)...tallied a career-long 44-yard catch at Southeastern Louisiana (9/16).

2005: Established himself as the No. 2 wide receiver while also returning kicks in 5-of-8 games as a sophomore...missed three games with a knee injury (10/15-27)...after three weeks, he recorded a career-high seven catches and 103 yards in the finale at Webber International (11/12)...ranked second on the squad with 22 catches, 271 yards, an average of 54.2 yards per game and two touchdowns...led the team with 557 all-purpose yards and 277 kickoff-return yards...recorded his first career touchdown at Charleston Southern (9/16)...grabbed four catches for 58 yards, including a career-high 26-yard touchdown catch against Morehead State (10/8)...racked up a career-high 68 kickoff return yards, including a career-best 38-yard return against Butler.

2004: Played in all 10 games at wide receiver as a true freshman...also returned four punts on the season...tied for fourth on the team with 10 receptions for 90 yards...caught two passes for 27 yards at No. 10 Morehead State...also had two catches for 11 yards and a nine-yard punt return vs. Charleston Southern.

High School: Two-year starter as a running back, wide receiver, quarterback and defensive back at Felix Varela Senior High School for coach Clarke Eakes...as a senior, he earned 6A all-Dade County Honorable Mention honors after tallying 400 yards rushing, 200 receiving and 100 passing with six touchdowns...also recorded two interceptions and led the Vipers to the playoffs that same season...as a junior, he led the squad to the playoffs after totaling 300 rushing yards, 150 receiving yards and 100 rushing yards and a touchdown...also a member of the honor roll all four years.

Personal: Born Feb. 13, 1986 in Miami, Fla...son of Rick and Mitzy Jenner...has three brothers: Derrick, Richard and Blake...major is accounting.

1 Tommie RogersRB
2 Geavon TribbleWR
3 Cameron AbdallahWR
4 Jason WoodDB
5 Bryan FlowersCB
6 Jarvis WilliamsLB
7 Jeremy ThorntonQB
8 Tyler ThomasLB
9 Michael JennerWR
10 Allen FennellLB
11 Joey RumphLB
12 Chris HortonQB
13 Erik StepeltonQB
14 Robson NoelDB
15 Spencer EndsleyQB
16 Jack SolakQB
17 Nate ConnerWR/KR/PR
18 Jonathan JonesQB
19 Greg LouissaintWR
21 James MillsDB
22 Rudell SmallRB
23 Byron BerthelotDB
24 Bradley GrantRB
25 Weidner MaximeDB
26 Brian ValdezDB
27 Christian CooperDB
28 Jacob CaseyDB
28 Michael PollardDB
29 Michael HenzieDB
30 Michael ZaccoK
31 Daryl CampbellDB
32 Ron HarrisRB
33 Jeremy BrownFB
34 Joseph FennellLB
35 A.J. LandDB
36 Kaimarcus JonesLB
37 Will PerryDB
38 Josh MendezDB
39 Eric KornhauserFB
40 Tremaine MackDB
41 Charles GriffinDB
42 Al DellaportaLB
43 Patrick StonerLB
44 Christopher KuckTE
45 Brett BondsLB
46 Seth GuerrantLB
47 Shaun LewisDL
48 Haywood RangeDE
49 Winston WardLB
50 Troy GuidryLB
51 Sean DavisDE
52 Joseph GlogerDL
53 Ryan ChiodoLB
54 Chris CherryLB
55 Quintan SaleryLB
56 Ben CowellLB
57 Bradley BurnsLB
58 Michael AguilarOL
59 Kirk MoncolDL
60 Blake YarboroughOL
61 Steve ReynoldsOL
62 Joe VitaleOL
64 Dustin RobinsonOL
65 Levan SimsOL
66 Richard KellyOL
67 Jacob WrightDL
68 Raymond Gault, Jr.DL
69 Zach HuffmonDL
70 David LocanderOL
71 Mark DolatowskiOL
72 Kyle NantonOL
73 Chris TessitoreOL
74 Nixon MaitreDL
75 Rusty StiglitzOL
76 Leonard PaytonOL
77 Nick KojkowskiOL
78 William CookOL
79 Jonas VasquezOL
80 Byran JacksonWR
81 Sam BellWR
82 Patrick NelsonWR
83 Timothy KraemerTE
84 Shawn BeauchampsTE
85 Arthur McDonaldWR
86 Charles LuskTE
87 Jarod FentonWR
88 A.J. BurgmanWR
89 Ray Scott, Jr.WR
90 Mike JohnsDL
91 Kiel PierceDL
92 Aaron FryeDL
93 Austin KnippDL
95 Jon MartinsonTE
96 Jamie MartinK
97 Donovan CurryK
98 Chris AnelloDL
98 Ryan StollDL
99 Julian TribbleDL
Kerwin Bell Head Coach
Ron McCrone Associate Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator
Terry Fillyaw Def. Backs/Special teams coordinator
Eddie Frazier Assistant Coach
Ernie Logan Defensive Line
Jeff McCrone Defensive Backs/Tight Ends
Andy McLeod Offensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator
John Patrick Strength & Conditioning Coach
Jake Quick Assistant Coach - Defense