USA born Gunjurian excels in College football
Jamar Darboe has become a highly rated college footballer ,playing for Coastal Carolina Chanticleers football outfit in North Carolina in the United States . Born to Buba Darboe, a US based Gambian with provenances in the sprawling coastal community of Gunjur, Jamar has already begun accumulating accolades in the American football circuit.
He has been a three-star recruit by 247 Sports.com,which also ranks him 76th best inside line backer in the nation,and 35th best player in the stats. He is also listed as the #11 football athlete on the recruit 804.com Fab 30.
With 6’1 height and weighing 230 pounds, Jamar has his sights set high with dream of making it to NFL. The Coastal Carolina Chanticleers football team represents Coastal Carolina University in college football at the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision level. The Coastal Carolina Chanticleers football program played its inaugural season in 2003 on campus at Brooks Stadium. The team's first coach was David Bennett, who held the position from the team's inception until December 9, 2011. The university named Joe Moglia, former CEO of TD Ameritrade, as its new head coach on December 20, 2011.
In the program's short history, the team has defeated such traditional Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) powers as James Madison University (ranked No. 1 at the time), Furman University, Wofford College, and the University of Montana. The program has won seven Big South Conference championships and has had several former players enter professional NFL careers. Speaking to GunjurOnline, Buba Darboe declared that he is infused with pride for his son’s exploits on and off the field, as well as her twin sister Jarra Darboe whose academic success has left him equally impressed .
His words: “He plays college football and he turned 18 May 5th this year with her twin sister Jarra Darboe. She is studying at John D University in Charlotte,North Carolina. Jamar’s dream is to go professional and I am very proud of him. By the way, he helped win the state title with his high school this year and he was the MVP of that championship victory”.