HONORS: 2002?Received the Speed Elliott Award as UVa?s Most Improved Player ? ACC Defensive Back of the Week for his play against N.C. State.State.
AT VIRGINIA: 2002?Was the most improved player on the team ? steady performer in the secondary ? one of several players who had the best season of his career ? 61 tackles were 23 more than his career total coming into the season ? made at least four tackles on nine occasions ??second in the ACC with three fumble recoveries ? tied for the team lead with six pass break-ups ? first big performance came against Akron when he made seven tackles, a career high at the time ??had six stops the next game at Wake Forest ? five tackles in a win over Clemson ??career-high nine tackles against Georgia Tech ??named ACC Defensive Back of the Week following a tremendous effort in the win over N.C. State ? made six tackles, broke up two passes and recovered a fumble ??his fumble recovery came at his own three-yard line and prevented a touchdown ? his biggest play occurred on the game?s final play ? knocked a pass away from the N.C. State receiver in the end zone to preserve the 14-9 win ? all five of his tackles against Virginia Tech were solos ??three tackles against West Virginia in the Continental Tire Bowl ? tied his career high by breaking up two passes in the game ??the first was most important because it occurred in the end zone on third down and forced the Mountaineers to settle for a field goal in the first quarter ... won second letter. ?2001?Played in all 12 contests with six starts ? finished with three interceptions, tied for second on the team ? recorded 27 tackles, 22 of which were solos ? broke up five passes ? had three tackles against Richmond ? recorded four tackles against Clemson and Maryland ? had first career interception against the Terrapins ? had his second interception and made four tackles against N.C. State ... earned his first letter. 2000?Played in 10 regular season games and the Jeep O?ahu Bowl ? missed just the opening game against Brigham Young ? saw most of his playing time on special teams, primarily the kickoff coverage and punt return units ? also saw some action at safety ... tied Raymond Mann for second among the team?s freshmen with 11 tackles ? was in on two tackles on five occasions?Duke, Clemson, Wake Forest, Florida State and Georgia Tech ... had his first tackle against Richmond ... had one tackle against Georgia in the Jeep O?ahu Bowl.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Fork Union Military Academy during 1999-00 school year ? 1999 graduate of Indian River High School ... played cornerback at FUMA for head coach John Shuman ... led the team with with seven interceptions ... blocked two punts, returning one for a touchdown ... earned three letters in football at Indian River, playing defensive back, linebacker, quarterback and wide receiver for head coach Bob Parker ... earned All-District honors ... chosen team?s offensive and defensive MVP his senior year ... defensively for his career, he totaled 115 tackles, including six quarterback sacks, intercepted nine passes and recovered seven fumbles ... registered 50 tackles, including three quarterback sacks, intercepted six passes and recovered four fumbles as a senior ... compiled 500 yards passing, 250 yards rushing and 100 yards receiving as a junior ... totaled 465 yards receiving his senior year ... earned two letters in basketball.
PERSONAL: Jamaine L. Winborne ... born 12-26-80 in Norfolk, Va. ... son of Joe and Rhonda Winborne ... Honor Roll student at Indian River High School ? government major.
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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.
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