Jason Patterson

  • Pos RB
  • Height 5-10
  • Weight 203

Prospect Info

  • High School Sneads
  • City Sneads, FL
  • Exp 2024 - ...

Kentucky Wildcats

  • Jersey #26
  • Class FR

As a Prospect


  • Class 2024
  • Committed 11/14/2023
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H.S. Scouting Report

Evaluated 10/06/2023

Andrew Ivins
Andrew Ivins Director of Scouting

One of the more productive running backs down in the Sunshine State over the past two years. Dominated a lower level of competition as a junior and senior, totaling just over 3,800 rushing yards and 50 touchdowns on the ground. Has been utilized here and there as a run-first quarterback, but has the makeup of a potential featured ball carrier at the next level with his blend of quick feet, plus vision, and strong contact balance. Hasn’t been targeted a whole lot coming out of the backfield on Friday nights, but has flashed in the past as a pass-catcher on the camp circuit, which suggests that he can play all three downs if he improves take-on technique. Not only owns a 10.97-second effort in the 100-meter dash, but has also gone 4.5 on the lasers in the 40-yard dash. Likely going to need some time to get adjusted to the pace and demands of Power Five football, but has an all-conference type of ceiling.

H.S. Athletic Background

Multi-sport athlete that also plays basketball and runs track.
As an 11th grader, averaged 12.2 ppg, 8.1 rpg and 3.1 apg on the hardwood.
When it comes to track, was a state qualifier as a junior in the 100-meter dash, placing 11th at 1A meet. Posted times of 10.97, 11.05, 11.18 and 11.21 in the event while also going 23.86 in the 200-meter dash at a district meet.
2023: As a senior, carried the ball 122 times for 1,195 yards (9.8 ypc) and 16 TD while also throwing for 176 yards and 3 TD. Also got snaps on defense at LB where he totaled 44 tackles, 3 FF, 2 FR, 1 PBU and 1 INT.
2022: Led the state of Florida in rushing yards as a junior per MaxPreps. Totaled 2,721 yards and 35 TD on the ground, averaging 13.2 ypc. Helped Sneads post a 11-1 record and make the playoffs in the Sunshine State’s new 1R classification.
-Andrew Ivins

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