Jaivon Solomon – WR
Jones Co.


HT: 6’2″
WT: 175
GPA: 3.3
Class: 2025
40: 4.55
Vertical: 36
Squat: 340
Bench: 230
Power Clean: 265

What makes you stand out as a future collegiate athlete?

The way I make 50-50 balls 70-30

Solomon played in an ultra-talented wide receiver corps in 2023 with two other seniors going FBS. Going into his senior year, we kind of expect that Solomon will be around 1k yards, and potentially competing for the classification lead in yardage. At around 6’2″ and 175 lbs., Solomon displays a long-running gait where he can stride out and by the defense. He runs with a nice forward lean, smooth stride that eats up a lot of yardage. Not elite speed, but he runs well in his pads and can separate from the pursuit. Solomon is a good route runner and has impressive instincts breaking off his route to make a quick reaction to the pass coming his way. His ability to adjust on the fly is a standout attribute. Solomon has light feet, so can react to the passes on the sideline and look natural toe-tapping out of bounds. He has soft hands, catching the ball consistently away from his body; hard to find many bobbles even. Considering his angular frame, Solomon is set to take another jump in terms of explosiveness as he continues to fill out his frame. He will be faster in college, and considering his solid skill set, he can be an absolute steal for an FBS program. He reminds me of Jamari Thrash from Troup County who was a standout at Georgia State and Louisville.



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