Born on September 12, 1997, wide receiver Jared Bernhardt now plays for the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League in the United States of American football (NFL).
After playing quarterback for one season at Ferris State University in college football, he went on to play collegiate lacrosse in Maryland,
where he was named the Tewaaraton Award winner as the top player in the nation. Prior to that, he played college football at Ferris State.
Bernhardt was born in Longwood, Florida, but he spent his childhood in Lake Brantley. While there, he attended Lake Brantley High School and participated in both football and lacrosse.
As a senior in high school, he played quarterback for his school’s triple-option offence in football. During that season, he rushed for 1,457 yards and 12 touchdowns while also passing for 751 yards and six touchdowns.
In Lacrosse, he played the midfield position and was named to the All-American team. He also made a commitment to play collegiate football at the University of Maryland.
Bernhardt played for the University of Maryland’s men’s lacrosse team for a total of five seasons throughout his collegiate career.
In his lone year of collegiate football, he was a member of the Ferris State Bulldogs and played the quarterback position.
As a result of the Bulldogs’ perfect season and victory in the 2021 NCAA Division II Football Championship Game, Bernhardt was recognized as the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Year.
Where Is Jared Bernhardt Now?
Longwood is a city located in Seminole County in the state of Florida, United States, and it is Jared Bernhardt’s hometown.