• position Offensive Lineman
  • height 6-6
  • Weight 356
  • class Senior
  • Hometown Detroit, Mich.
  • Previous School Independence CC
  • High school Robichaud

• Saw action in 36 career games with 24 starts
• Three-year letterwinner
• Key cog on the offensive line who was listed on the midseason honor roll for the Joe Moore Award, given to the nation’s best offensive line, in five of the last six seasons

2023 – Senior
• Started at right tackle in 11 games played … Did not see action vs. EKU or Clemson
• Invited to play in the Hula Bowl on Jan. 13, 2024 in Orlando, the Reese’s Senior Bowl on Feb. 3 in Mobile, Alabama and the NFL Combine
• Listed on the Outland Trophy Watch List for nation’s top interior lineman
• Named Outland Trophy National Player of the Week and SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week after the Florida game … Graded at 87 percent with five knockdown blocks in the 33-14 win … Did not allow any quarterback sacks or pressures as the UK O-Line allowed zero sacks for the game … Had no missed assignments or penalties … Helped Kentucky rush for 329 yards, including 280 by Ray Davis; Florida had entered the game ranked 14th in the nation in run defense, having allowed only 82 yards per game

2022 – Junior
• Played and started in 12 of UK’s 13 games at right tackle
• Earned his first collegiate start at offensive tackle vs. Miami Ohio and stayed in the starting position
• Did not see action vs. South Carolina with injury

2021 – r-Sophomore
• Saw action in 11 of 13 games

2020 – Sophomore
• Redshirt season
• Saw his first collegiate action vs. Vanderbilt and also played vs. South Carolina

High School/JUCO
• Considered a four-star recruit by Rivals
• 247Sports listed him as the top JUCO offensive tackle and the No. 8 overall JUCO prospect
• Rivals rated him as the No. 2 offensive tackle prospect nationally and the 20th overall JUCO prospect
• Three-year starter at Dearborn Heights Robichaud for head coach Jason Malloy
• Played both sides of the ball and recorded 40 tackles, 10 TFL, two sacks and a forced fumble as a defensive lineman during his senior season
• Earned a spot on The Free Press’ All-West Prep Football Team
• Also played basketball
• Signed with UK over Auburn and Texas Tech

Community Cats
• Dressed up as Santa Clause and gave out gifts to kids for the Woodhill Community Center Holiday Party (2021)

• Born in Detroit
• Son of Sandra Flax
• Has one brother, Isaiah
• Graduated in December of ’22 with a degree in community leadership and development … Completed an undergraduate certificate in social work in December of ’23

Jeremy Says
• His nickname is “Big Jerm”
• He chose Kentucky because it felt like home
• After his football career he would like to be a coach
• Three words to describe him are funny, caring and strong
• If he could eat three foods for the rest of his life he f he could eat three foods for the rest of his life he would choose pizza, soul food and eggs

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