November 30, 2022

DITR: Jeremiah Flomo McClure

Jeremiah Flomo McClure from Mater Dei Catholic in Chula Vista, California
Jeremiah Flomo McClure from Mater Dei Catholic in Chula Vista, California

Jeremiah Flomo McClure is a Class of 2023 Wide Receiver from Mater Dei Catholic High School in Chula Vista, California. He lined up all over the field last year for St. Augustine High School, including wide receiver, running back, cornerback, kick returner, and punt gunner, and he transferred to Mater Dei Catholic this summer. He is 6’1 and 195lbs, and has 4.48 speed, which was used all over the field last season in a shortened COVID year. 

How long have you been playing football?

Jeremiah: This is my 3rd year at WR, I started in 8th grade as a kicker/running back 4 years ago.

How would you describe your role on the team? 

J: I’m a playmaker, I’m very supportive for the teammates, and all around I can conflict resolve, and make the team better. People look up to me and I never have had a hard time creating relationships with my teammates.

What would you say is your biggest strength?

J: My biggest strength is self-control and my mentality. I can control my emotions on the field, I can switch into the zone and there’s no way anyone is going to stop me.

What do you need to improve on the most to make sure you’re successful at the next level?

J: Understanding route trees and my position on the field, and making sure I do what the team needs. Everything is for the bigger picture, there will be greater rewards later, just got to keep the mindset and keep making plays, and it will all come together.

Who would you compare yourself to, in college or the NFL?

J: Watching my film, I feel like I see some Justin Jefferson, but with how I play I want to be like Jerry Jeudy.

What is your goal for this season with Mater Dai Catholic? 

J: My goal is to have a full season (previous season was 4 games due to COVID), and work on running routes and getting good chemistry with the team. It’s fun to watch how much I’ve improved and grown since my freshman year and figuring out what else I can improve on. I will be able to get to the next level if I can keep improving like I have the past 2 years.

What are you going to bring to the college team that recruits you?

J: I’m going to bring a dog mentality; I will show I deserve to be there. I can play anywhere on the field, I have the athletic ability to play wherever, and as long as they help me and give me the right tools to succeed, I can be the best at whatever position they put me in.

Jeremiah has offers from San Diego State, Michigan, USC, and Arizona.

Click here to check out Jeremiah’s Hudl.

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