Each month the Jacksonville Jaguars promote “Jaguars in the Community” day where players go out into the community and participate in various events that “make a difference” in people’s lives – especially youth.
This month, Jaguar players held a “Character Cleats Presentation” on Tuesday of this week at Ribault High School located on Jacksonville’s Northside. Linebackers Telvin Smith Sr. and Myles Jack held a Q&A session to discuss the Jaguar’s strategies on and off the field and to provide a message of inspiration and encouragement to student-athletes.
Afterwards, the Jag players joined school administrators in recognizing student achievements. The goal of the program was to create a collaborative effort to promote the message of staying in school and focusing on graduating and getting prepared for college. Players awarded female student athletes with $100 gift cards and awarded Cleats to the Ribault football team.
Shown below are Male student athletes at Ribault High School award Cleats from Jags players Myles Jack and Telvin Smith, From Left to right: Athletic Director George Maxey, Jags player Myles Jack, Josh Roberts, Devin Norman, Tony Jenkins, Keyonta Jenkins, Chris Calhoun, Jags Player Telvin Smith, Sr