2 Ira Jarmon
|High School:||Clover Park HS '03|
2007: Listed as a starter at left cornerback on preseason depth chart. At the conclusion of spring practices he was one of two recipients of "Iron Eagle" awards for academic and athletic achievement. 2006: Started all 11 games at cornerback. He made the first start of his career in Eastern's season-opener against Oregon State (8/31/06). He had two of the team's 14 interceptions that helped EWU rank 21st in the NCAA Championship Subdivision. He won the team's defensive player of the game award against Weber State (11/4/06) when he finished with five tackles and an interception. He had his other interception against Central Washington (9/16/06) and had a season-high seven tackles against Montana (10/7/06). 2005: Lettered as a backup defensive back and special teams player. He had a season-high five tackles versus Sacramento State (10/29/05). He was selected as the team's most improved defensive player at the conclusion of spring practice. 2004: Lettered while playing mostly on special teams. He moved from running back/wide receiver to defensive back during the season and finished with 16 tackles. He had a high of four against Weber State (10/23/04). He was selected as EWU's Special Teams Player of the Week once and offensive scout team player of the week once. 2003: Redshirted. He and linebacker Zach Wasielewski were selected as Scout Team Players of the Year. HS: Graduated from Clover Park HS in 2003. Washington Prep Football Report selected him as a first team 3A All-State selection as a return specialist. Selected by the Seattle Times as a "White Chip" selection as one of the top 100 recruits in the state of Washington. Was a first team All-Seamount League Pierce Division selection as a defensive back. He finished his senior season with 11 touchdowns as Clover Park finished the season 6-3. He had 1,312 total yards, including 23 receptions for 343 yards and three touchdowns. He also rushed for 133 yards and had 487 yards and three touchdowns in 19 punt returns (25.6 yards per return) and 349 yards and two touchdowns in 10 kickoff returns (34.9 per return). Defensively, he had five interceptions and 53 total tackles. Also a talented wrestler, he placed second as a senior in the 160-pound weight class at the State 3A Championship. Personal: Born 4/19/85 in Florence, Ala. He is related to former Eagle letter winners Trent Pollard (1990-93) and Maurice Chambers (1997-98). Health and fitness major.