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Former New York Jet running back, La’Mical Perine is currently a free agent. His college football career was spent in Florida, and the New York Jets selected him in the fourth round of the NFL Draft in 2020.

He spent his childhood in Mobile, Alabama, and went to Theodore High School, where he played both basketball and football. Perine rushed for 1,416 yards and 16 touchdowns during his junior season, earning him an honorable mention spot on the Class 7A All-State team.

During his senior season, he carried for 1,654 yards and 15 touchdowns, earning him a spot on the first team of the Class 7A All-State squad. Perine, who was given a rating of three stars by the recruiting service, chose to play collegiate football for the University of Florida rather than accept an offer from Alabama.

Where did Lamical Perine go to college?

Lamical Perine attended the University of Florida (UF) from 2016 to 2019 and played college football for the Florida Gators football team.

Perine concluded his first year as a true freshman playing for Florida as the second leading rusher on the team with 421 yards on 91 attempts and a score. In addition, he caught nine passes for 161 yards and a touchdown throughout the season.

Perine was the Gators’ best rusher with 562 yards and eight touchdowns during his sophomore season, despite the fact that he entered the year as the team’s backup running back.

Perine’s junior year was his first complete season as Florida’s starting running back. In that year, he carried the ball 134 times and rushed for 826 yards and seven scores. In addition, he caught 13 passes for 170 yards and a touchdown.

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