Signed by Green Bay as a non-drafted free agent on May 8, 2015…Started 26 of 48 games played for the Tigers…Posted 154 tackles (58 solo), including 19½ for a loss, 10 sacks, and 17 quarterback hits, to go along with three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and six pass breakups…Started all 13 games at DE as a senior in 2014 and contributed to a defensive unit that led the Southeastern Conference in total defense (316.8 yards per game) and pass defense (164.2) and was second in scoring (17.5)…Ranked fifth on the team and second among defensive linemen with 71 tackles (24 solo)…Led the team with four sacks and was tied for second on the team with 7½ tackles for a loss…Added eight QB hits and a pass breakup to go along with one forced fumble and one fumble recovery…Collected five tackles (three solo), half a tackle for a loss and a fumble recovery at Florida (Oct. 11)…Posted a career-high nine tackles (two solo), including a tackle for a loss, one pass breakup and a half-sack in the Tigers’ 10-7 upset victory vs. No. 3-ranked Ole Miss (Oct. 25)…Tied his career high as he produced another nine-tackle (two solo) performance, adding two QB hits vs. Alabama (Nov. 8)…Registered four tackles (three solo) and a forced fumble at Arkansas (Nov. 15)…Set a career high with two tackles for a loss, including eight total tackles (two solo), to go along with one sack and a QB hit in the 23-17 victory at Texas A&M (Nov. 27)…Helped lead LSU to the Music City Bowl, where he logged eight tackles (three solo), including one tackle for a loss, vs. Notre Dame (Dec. 30)…Started all 13 games as a junior in 2013…Notched 56 tackles (22 solo), 6½ tackles for a loss, four sacks, eight QB hits, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery and a pass breakup…Posted six tackles (one solo), including a tackle for a loss, to go along with a sack and two QB hits in LSU’s 56-17 win vs. Alabama-Birmingham (Sept. 7)…Recorded six tackles (four solo), including a tackle for a loss, at No. 9-ranked Georgia (Sept. 28)…Contributed to a defensive performance that held the No. 17-ranked Florida Gators to only six points, as he turned in a career-high four QB hits and four tackles (one solo) in the 17-6 home win (Oct. 12)…Helped the Tigers finish the season undefeated at home as he racked up seven tackles (one solo) and a forced fumble in the 31-27 win vs. Arkansas (Nov. 29)…Helped lead his team to a berth in the Outback Bowl, where he recorded four tackles (three solo) and two pass breakups in the Tigers’ 21-14 victory vs. Iowa (Jan. 1)…Played in 13 games, all in a reserve role, as a sophomore in 2012…Came away with 10 tackles (two solo), two tackles for a loss, a QB hit and a forced fumble…Forced his first career fumble in the season-opening win vs. North Texas (Sept. 1), adding two tackles (one solo)…Helped his team upset No. 3-ranked South Carolina (Oct. 13), 23-21, as he produced s tackle, with half a tackle for a loss, and one QB hit…Registered two tackles vs. Ole Miss (Nov. 17)…Played in nine games as a true freshman in 2011…Saw his first game action at West Virginia (Sept. 24) and recorded two solo tackles, including a tackle for a 2-yard loss…Posted a season-high four tackles (one solo) vs. No. 17-ranked Florida (Oct. 8)…Logged his first career sack in the Tigers’ 45-10 win vs. No. 19-ranked Auburn (Oct. 22)…Added his second sack of the season vs. Georgia (Dec. 3) in the SEC Championship Game…Helped LSU reach the Bowl Championship Series national championship game vs. No. 2-ranked Alabama…Earned his bachelor’s degree in sports administration…Was a five-year letterman (starting in eighth grade) at Evangel Christian Academy (La.), where he played DE, TE and LB…Finished with 92 tackles and 21 sacks as a senior…Was rated a five-star player and the nation’s No. 8 defensive end by in 2010…Given four stars by and…Was ranked the No. 8 defensive end, No. 168 player nationally and No. 9 in the state of Louisiana by…Voted Class 2A Defensive MVP by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association…Named to the PrepStar Dream Team 150, 250, New Orleans Times-Picayune Blue Chip list, the Baton Rouge Advocate Super Dozen and the Mobile Press-Register Super Southeast 120…Was rated as the No. 4 prospect in Louisiana by SuperPrep…Was a LSWA Class 2A all-state first-team selection and was named the City of Shreveport (La.) Defensive MVP…Read to children and helped build and remodel homes in Baton Rouge (La.)…First name is pronounced jer-MAUR-ee-ay…Single, lives in Shreveport, La. …Given name Jermauria Sammon Rasco; nickname is “Sco”…Born in Shreveport, La.