2016 NFL Draft
  Jibril Raymo
Jibril Raymo

Player Profile

Los Angeles, CA

High School:
Beverly Hills

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 203




UCLA — After two years as a contributor on special teams and as a safety last year, Jibril has made a switch to offense … Switched to wide receiver during the latter half of Spring Practice and flashed some potential … Will probably redshirt while he learns the techniques of his new position.

2002 — Appeared in 10 games and made one start … Recorded 18 tackles on the season … Had two pass defenses and recovered a fumble … Had one stop in the Colorado State game and was in on four defensive plays … Had three tackles against Colorado and was in on 13 defensive plays … Had one stop at San Diego State and was in on 15 defensive plays … Also recovered a blocked Aztec punt for a touchdown … It was the second time in his career that he has recovered a blocked kick for a score … Made two tackles at Oregon State … Started the Oregon game at free safety and had a career-high eight stops and was in on 35 defensive plays … Was injured in the Cal game (shoulder) after being on the field for 28 plays … Missed the next three games due to the shoulder injury … Returned to action against USC and had one tackle … Credited with two tackles in the Washington State game … Saw action on the punt return, kickoff and field goal block units of special teams during the season.

2001 — Appeared in all 11 games as a true freshman -- all on special teams … He was a member of several special teams units, including the kickoff, punt return and kickoff return squads …Returned a blocked punt for a touchdown of six yards against Washington.

HIGH SCHOOL — Earned four letters in football for coach Carter Paysinger at Beverly Hills, CA High School … Four-year starter in high school … He was the first freshman ever to start in a varsity football game at his school … PrepStar All-American (No. 4 defensive back in West) … Rated nation’s No. 8 safety by FoxStudentSports.com … Rated nation’s No. 9 safety by Rivals.com … Tom Lemming All-American and All-West (No. 26 prospect) … USA Today/Max Emfinger Top 125 and No. 4 strong safety … SuperPrep All-American (No. 29 defensive back) … PrepStar Super 30 All-Western Region (No. 30 prospect) … SuperPrep All-Far West/California (No. 15 prospect) … One of four “10s” on Long Beach Press-Telegram’s Best in the West … Las Vegas Sun Super 11 second team … First-team All-State (Cal-Hi Sports) … All-CIF-SS Division III … Selected L.A. Times All-South Bay/Westside as a defensive back … Selected to play in the National Shrine Game in Texas, the California/ Texas Shrine game and in the CaliFlorida All-Star game … As a senior, he was named team MVP after making 86 tackles … Caused six fumbles and recovered three, one for a touchdown … Blocked two punts … Also made 32 receptions for 450 yards and eight touchdowns … Pre-season SuperPrep All-American (No. 20 defensive back in nation and No. 24 prospect in Far West) … Named first-team all-Bay League following both his junior and senior seasons … Also participated in track with bests of 47.6 in the 400 meters, 21.9 in the 200 meters and 10.9 in the 100 meters … Ran four seasons of track for coach Howard Edelman and was named all-league three times … Selected all-Southern Section in track in 1999 and 2000 … Also played a season of basketball for coach John Newman.

PERSONAL — Full Name: Jibril Anthony Raymo … Born: August 24, 1983 in West Hollywood, CA … Parents: Halim Muhammad and Tanyaa Raymo … Dad played college and pro football (Raiders) … Has two brothers and one sister … Lists his dad, Ricky Manning, Jr. and Randy Moss as the athletes he admires and patterns his style of play after … Hobbies include drawing, dancing, basketball and working out … History is his favorite class … Undeclared major.

Varsity Statistics - J. Raymo