Former McKinney High School standout Jontrell Rocquemore will look back fondly on his recently completed Utah State Aggies football career.

Consider the safety’s four-time placement as an Academic All-Mountain West honoree, his 2018 Phil Steele Second-Team All-Mountain West honor, and his Second-Team All-Mountain West honor. According to Rocquemore’s school bio, he shares the fourth-longest fumble return for a touchdown in Mountain West history for his 97-yard score against Washington.

The Aggies’ No. 3 safety played each of the season’s 13 games in 2018, accruing 31 solo tackles and 42 assists. With the team’s third-place rank in tackles, Rocquemore has a season-high 13 against Air Force on Sept. 22, 2018.

Playing for his hometown at McKinney High School, Rocquemore earned Texas Class 5A All-District 11 first-team honors as a senior with 74 tackles.

He is set to graduate this semester, having earned degrees in sociology and political science.

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