Freshman J.D. Harmon gets two interceptions, six tackles
- SEC Academic Honor Roll (2012)
Won the regular role as placekick holder and did a good job in his first season ... Joined the team as a walk-on in 2011 ... Has quick hands as a former high school quarterback ... Also has good athleticism ... Originally signed with Morehead State but changed his mind and decided to follow his dream of playing at Kentucky.
2012 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in all 12 games as the placekick holder ... Helped kicker Craig McIntosh finish his career as one of the top-10 scorers in school history.
2011 (Freshman): Redshirted.
High School: Was a quarterback and punter for Olentangy Orange, starting two seasons ... Helped the team to a conference championship his junior season, going 9-3 ... Had his best year statistically his senior year, passing for over 700 yards and rushing for over 300 yards ... He also averaged 40 yards per punt his senior year ... Named all-district and all-conference his junior and senior seasons ... Coached by Brian Cross ... Lettered three years in baseball and two years in basketball ... Was all-conference his sophomore, junior and senior year in baseball ... Earned Scholar-Athlete distinction his senior year.
Personal: Born in Columbus, Ohio ... Son of Donny and Karen Leet ... Father was a student-athlete at Louisville and Georgetown College, while his uncle Steve Bush played baseball at Kentucky ... Plans on a major in business.
Jared Says ... If I could be on any reality TV show I would choose: Wipeout ... My nickname is: J-Bear ... Other than the NFL, my dream job is: lottery winner ... The coolest thing about being at UK is: being at my dream school and a part of the team ... The one thing I like most about football is: the bond with my teammates.