2016 NFL Draft
  Jarrad Page
Jarrad Page

Player Profile

San Leandro, CA

High School:
San Leandro

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 220




2005 -- A four-year starter (45 games) at strong safety, Page was on the Watch List for the 2005 Thorpe Award, presented to the nation's top defensive back. On the year, he ranked second on the squad with 72 tackles (53 solos), including one sack, seven tackles for loss and two forced fumble. He was fifth on the team with his seven tackles for losses. His 6.0 tackles per game ranked T-24th in the Pac-10. In addition, he had 38 rushing yards on a key fake punt in the fourth quarter of the California game. He was selected to play in the All-America Football Classic. In the opener at SDSU, he made five tackles, including four solos. Against Rice, he made one solo tackle. Versus Oklahoma, the hard-hitting safety made eight tackles, one shy of the team lead, including seven solos. Two of those tackles accounted for losses, including the first sack of his career. Against Washington, he made six tackles (four solos), including one for loss, forced a fumble and broke up one pass. Versus California, Page made five tackles (three solos), including three behind the line of scrimmage. With just over nine minutes remaining against California and the Bruins in punt formation with a fourth-and-two at their own 42-yard line, Page took a handoff, broke a tackle and raced 38 yards to set up the first of UCLA's three fourth-quarter touchdowns. At Washington State, he made six solo tackles and broke up two passes. Against Oregon State, he had three tackles (two solos) and also broke up one pass. At Stanford, he made five tackles (three solos), including his seventh of the year for a loss. At Arizona, he led the team with eight tackles, including six solos. Against Arizona State, he led the team with 10 tackles (six solos), tying his career high. He also recovered a fumble at the Bruin 18-yard line that set up the go-ahead touchdown and broke up one pass. Against USC, he had nine tackles (eight solos). In the win over Northwestern, he made six tackles (three solos), including one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and one interception.

2004 -- In his third season as the starting strong safety, Page ranked second on the team with 79 tackles (46 solos), tied for first in interceptions (three) and second with seven passes broken up ... He was T-16th in the Pac-10 in tackles (6.58), 10th in interceptions (0.25) and T-11th in fumbles forced (0.18) ... In the season opener against Oklahoma State, he was credited with nine tackles (four solos) ... Due to a strained heel, he did not start at Illinois but came off the bench to record three solo tackles ... He also forced two first-half fumbles before missing much of the second half due to muscle cramps ... At Washington, he was second on the squad with 10 tackles (six solos), including one for loss ... Against San Diego State, he contributed six tackles, including five solos ... Page made nine tackles (four solos) in the win over Arizona ... At California, he made six tackles, including four solos ... He also returned a punt 34 yards ... At Arizona State, Page made five tackles, including three solos ... He also made a fourth-quarter interception that led to a touchdown and a 42-31 lead ... Against Stanford, he made an interception for the second straight week and it led to UCLA's first touchdown ... He was also credited with seven tackles ... Against Washington State, he made eight tackles, including four solos ... At Oregon, Page was all over the field ... He made six tackles (four solos), including one for loss, and made his third interception of the year at the Bruin 17-yard line ... Against USC, Page made six tackles (four solos) and broke up one pass ... He made four solo tackles against Wyoming in the Pioneer PureVision Las Vegas Bowl.

2003 -- In his second year as a starter, he made 55 tackles in 12 games to rank sixth on the team ... Tied for the team lead with three interceptions, returning one for a touchdown (Washington) ... Earned All-Pac-10 honorable mention ... Made six tackles in the season-opener at Colorado ... Made three stops against Illinois ... Added four tackles at Oklahoma ... Made seven stops against San Diego State ... Against Washington, he made four tackles and returned an interception 24 yards for a touchdown which gave UCLA a 32-16 lead early in the fourth quarter ... Did not play at Arizona due to a sprained and bruised shoulder which snapped a string of 15 straight starting assignments ... Returned to starting lineup against California and made four tackles, including one for loss ... Against Arizona State, he made three stops and broke up one pass ... Totaled five tackles, including one for loss, and made his second interception of the season at Stanford ... Credited with five tackles, including 0.5 for loss and made an interception and a fumble recovery ...Against Oregon, he made four tackles ... Recorded five tackles, including three for loss, and recovered a fumble in the game at USC ... Had three stops in the bowl game against Fresno State. ... Overall, he started all 12 games in which he appeared and played at least 65 snaps eight times, including 80 against California, 79 versus Washington and 74 at Washington State.

2002 -- Page saw action in all 13 games and started the final 10 contests at strong safety ... Named first-team Freshman All-America and first-team Freshman All-Conference by The Sporting News ... Became the first Bruin safety since Kenny Easley in 1977 to start as many as 10 games as a true freshman ... Began the season as a backup and moved into the starting lineup when Matt Ware moved from free safety (Ben Emanuel moved from strong to free safety) to cornerback for the San Diego State game ... Started the last 10 games of the season ... Finished sixth on the team with 43 tackles and had two interceptions and six pass defenses ... Also served as a member of the punt return, field goal block, kickoff and punt units on special teams during the season ... Had two tackles against both Colorado State and Oklahoma State ... Had two stops in the game against Colorado ... Had two tackles in his first career start at San Diego State ... Added three solo stops at Oregon State ... Had five solo tackles and a pass deflection against Oregon ... Made one tackle for loss at California ... Totaled four tackles against Stanford ... Made a career-best eight tackles in the win at Washington ... Also made his first career interception against the Huskies which set up a field goal early in the second half ... At Arizona, he made three solo stops ... Credited with two solo tackles and one pass defense in the game against USC ... Made one tackle in the game against Washington State ... Made his 10th straight start of the season in the bowl game win over New Mexico ... Matched his career high with eight tackles in the bowl game and returned an interception 29-yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter which put UCLA ahead by a 20-7 margin.

HIGH SCHOOL -- Earned three varsity letters at San Leandro, CA High School for coach Danny Calcagno ... Rated No. 6 cornerback in nation and four-star prospect by PacWest Football ... Rated No. 2 cornerback in West by PacWest Football.com ... The Sporting News Hot 101 (No. 58) ... PrepStar All-American and No. 5 defensive back in West ... Rated No. 45 player in Far West (CA/HI/NV) by SuperPrep ... Member of Tacoma News Tribune Western 100 ... Second-team All-State (Cal Hi Sports) ... Orange County Register Fab 15 second team ... Selected to play in the 2002 North-South Shrine All-Star game ... As a senior, he made 99 tackles, including four tackles for loss and two sacks ... Made five interceptions, including one for a touchdown ... Also rushed for 1,014 yards and 16 touchdowns on 84 carries ... Caught 18 passes for 432 yards and four touchdowns ... Pre-season SuperPrep All-American (No. 17 defensive back in nation and No. 20 player in Far West) ... As a junior, he made 92 tackles, including four sacks and seven for losses, and four interceptions ... He also recovered three fumbles ... Earned All-State recognition as a junior ... Team posted a three-year record of 34-4 in his career and won two straight league titles and three straight NCS (North Coast Section) championships in Division I ...Three of the four losses came to Concord, CA De La Salle in the NCS 4A championship game ... Also lettered three years in baseball for coach Jason Bugg ...Batted .346 in his junior year with four home runs and 54 RBI ... Selected by the Milwaukee Brewers in the fifth round of the 2002 Major League Baseball draft ... Lettered three seasons in basketball for coach Aaron Obrient.

PERSONAL -- Full Name: Jarrad Matthew Page ... Born: October 19, 1984 in Oakland, CA ... Parents: John, Sr., and Carolyn Page ... Has one brother, John, Jr., who graduated from UCLA in 1998 ... List his biggest thrills in sports as advancing to the North Coast Section finals in football against Concord De La Salle and winning the State tournament and going to the regionals in baseball ... Admires NBA star Allen Iverson for his heart and work ethic ... Political Science major.

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Career Highs:
Tackles: 10 vs. Washington, 2004