CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 9, vs. Iowa State (2011)
Tackles For Loss: 2, vs. Iowa State (2011)
Sacks: 1, vs. Iowa State (2011)
INT Returned for Touchdowns: None
* Indicates most recent high
2011 Played in 12 games (0 starts) with 22 tackles (16 solo) and recorded one sack for a loss of 14 yards... sixth on the team among defensive backs in tackles... made one tackle (assisted) at Missouri (11/19)... posted four tackles (all solo) against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... notched five tackles (two solo) including one tackle for a loss of four yards at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... made a career-high nine tackles (seven solo) with two tackles for a loss of 15 yards and posted one sack against Iowa State (10/29)... made one tackle (solo) against No. 23 Texas A&M (10/8)... recorded one tackle (solo) at Kansas (10/1)... recorded one tackle (solo) at New Mexico (9/17)... played in first game since 2009 during season opener against Texas State (9/3).
Missed season due to injury.
Assisted on a special teams tackle against Oklahoma ... had a tackle at Oklahoma State ... recorded two tackles against Rice.
A special teams standout in first season ... played in 12 games and registered 12 total tackles ... nine unassisted tackles and three assisted ... moved to safety in the spring to shore up depth issues ... registered three tackles at Kansas ... three unassisted stops against UMASS.
Redshirt season ... scout team member.
Columbia High School in West Columbia, Texas ... a first-team All-District 24-3A selection by the Houston Chronicle ... named district MVP after both sophomore and junior seasons ... rated as the No. 4 running back on the Chronicle's Area Top 60 for 2006 ... helped team to an 8-5 finish and advanced through two rounds of the state playoffs during senior season ... posted three consecutive 1,400-yard seasons, while averaging 7.25 yards per carry and scoring 48 touchdowns during high school career ... made 33 catches totaling 551 yards and seven touchdowns at the prep level ... rated a three-star player by Rivals.com and listed as the No. 80 overall player on the site's Texas Top 100 for 2007 ... also ranked by Rivals as the No. 38 running back in the nation ... listed as a three-star prospect by Scout.com ... chose Texas Tech over Arizona, Iowa State and Missouri ... High School Coach: Brian Lane.
Jared Flannel ... born December 26, 1988, in Lake Jackson, Texas ... son of Reeva and Marvin Flannel ... has an older brother, Marvin, and younger brother and sister, Whitney and Sean ... cousin, Quentin Jammer, played football at Texas and is currently with the San Diego Chargers ... enjoys music, movies and video games ... majoring in general business.