52 - Jeff Poss
Jeff Poss
Height: 6-2
Weight: 230
Year: Senior
Hometown: Salt Lake City, Utah
High School: Scripps Ranch (Calif.)
Position: DL

2011:  Earned Butler's "Bulldog Pride" Award for the second straight year for being the player who best exemplifies The Butler Way...PFL Academic Honor Roll...starting defensive end in all 11 games...finished 12th on the team in total tackles (31)...tied for third on the squad in quarterback sacks (2-20)...had one fumble recovery...matched his career-high with seven tackles at Dayton.

2010:  Earned Butler’s “Bulldog Pride” Award, for the player who best exemplifies The Butler Way...played in all 11 games...finished ninth on the team in tackles...fourth on the squad in quarterback sacks...had a season-high six tackles against Campbell...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

2009:  Saw action in all 12 games, including 10 as a starter...finished seventh on the team in tackles...wound up 15th in the PFL in tackles among defensive linemen...fifth on the team in quarterback sacks...had a season-high six tackles against both Dayton and Drake...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

2008:  Played in all 11 games...tied for second on the team in tackles for loss (6.5)...had a career-high seven tackles, including a career-best three tackles for loss, at Campbell...recorded first career quarterback sack against Drake...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

2007:  Did not see varsity action in his first season with the Bulldogs...named to the Pioneer Football League Academic Honor Roll.

Personal:  Marketing major...born 5/7/89...son of Brad and Connie Poss.

High School:  Two-way starter at Scripps Ranch High School in San Diego, California...team captain as a senior...named high school team’s Defensive Lineman of the Year in 2006...earned first team all-conference recognition as a tight end...set a school record with three fumble recoveries in a game...earned Scholar-Athlete and All-Academic Team recognition...received three varsity football letters...High School Coach:  Sergio Diaz.