Active from 1994-1997 • Inducted in 2017
A member of the football team from 1994-97, Jeremy Cox was a two-time All-Conference First-Team linebacker and a three-time All-Conference selection overall. In 1996, he led the Northwest Conference of Independent Colleges in tackles for loss and was third in takeaways, while totaling over 100 tackles. In 1997, he finished with 20-plus tackles in two separate games on his way to over 100 tackles overall again. He also served as the team captain. In 1998, Cox was named to the USA III Mardi Gras All-Star Classic and was the defensive captain for his assigned team.
Jeremy currently lives in Beaverton, Ore. He is married to his wife, Brandy, and has four sons, Bobby, Jacob, Jacient and Bryan. After graduating from Lewis & Clark, Jeremy was hired to coach and play football for the Marburg Mercenaries in the German American Football League for two seasons (1999-2000). He has taught 18 years of special education, eight for Los Angeles Unified School District and the last 10 for the Beaverton School District. He also coaches football and wrestling at Beaverton High School. His hobbies include being a father and being a Sunday School teacher. Jeremy thanks his father for instilling a deep love for football in him because it brings a positive drive to his life, and he thanks God for all his blessings.
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