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J.P. Caruso
Player Profile:
J.P. Caruso 3090144
Position: Quarterback
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 200
Year: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
High School: Palm Beach Gardens
Other College: Appalachian State
Major: MBA (Master's)
Experience: Transfer

AT DELAWARE
Second-year member of the squad as a redshirt senior • transfered to Delaware from NCAA FBS member Appalachian State in June, 2017 • will battle with two-year starter Joe Walker for Hens' starting quarterback spot • earned degree at Appalachian State and is enrolled in MBA program at Delaware.

2017 SEASON
In his first year as a Blue Hen he played in 10 of the 11 games and started six of them • threw for 755 yards while completing 71 of his 142 pass attempts which was good enough for passing efficiency rating of 106.21 • connected with his receivers to find the endzone eight times while accrueing five interceptions • had his season long completion of 56 yards vs. Maine • rushed for one touchdown and 176 yards over 51 carries • season long rush of 24 yards came vs. Stony Brook • named Blue Hen Touchdown Club Offensive Player of the Week for his performance vs. Stony Brook.

AT APPALACHIAN STATE

Three-year team member and squad's No. 2 quarterback the last two seasons • played for head coach Scott Satterfield • part of teams that had three-year record of 28-10 with two Sun Belt titles and two bowl victories • played in 14 career games and threw for 155 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 187 yards and one score.

2016 SEASON
Appeared in nine games at quarterback behind Taylor Lamb • was a perfect 6 for 6 through the air with 46 passing yards and a 219.40 pass efficiency rating • ran for 46 yards on the ground off 12 carries • had a one-yard touchdown rush against Old Dominion • tossed an 18-yard touchdown pass against Idaho • team went 10-3, won the Sun Belt Conference, and defeated Toledo 31-28 in the Raycom Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Ala.

2015 SEASON
Played in five games behind Lamb in his first season for the Mountaineers • showed off his talents when he did play, completing an efficient 8 of 12 passes for 109 yards and two touchdowns, good for a 197.97 rating • also ran for 141 yards on the ground off 19 carries • best performance came in the season-opener against Howard where he went 5 for 7 passing for 78 yards and a touchdown pass through the air and 61 yards on six carries • longest run of the season went for 34 yards while his longest toss went for 37 yards vs. Howard • tossed a touchdown and passed for 20 yards at Idaho • team went 11-2, won
the Sun Belt Conference, and defeated Ohio U. 31-29 in the Raycom Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Ala.

2014 SEASON
Did not see game action in first year with ASU program and retained freshman eligibility • team went 7-5 overall and 6-2 in the Sun Belt Conference.

HIGH SCHOOL
Rated a three-star prospect by 247Sports and a two-star prospect by Rivals.com • threw for 2,169 yards and 21 touchdowns over his final two seasons at Palm Beach Gardens HS • amassed 1,123 passing yards, eight touchdown passes, 78 rushing yards and a touchdown run as a senior in 2013, leading his squad to a district championship and the Florida 8A state semifinals • named first-team all-conference after his 82 completions, 1,123 passing yards and eight touchdown passes all nearly doubled his closest counterpart • passed for 1,046 yards and 13 touchdowns as a junior to lift his team to a regional-quarterfinal appearance • broke every passing record at Palm Beach Gardens, which were previously held by former Florida and Marshall star and Cincinnati Bengal Eric Kresser (who has also worked with Caruso as a personal quarterback coach) • rated as football-rich Palm Beach County's top pocket passer by Palm Beach Post • coached by Rob Freeman.

PERSONAL
John Paul "J.P." Caruso ("kuh-roo-so") • born Jan. 1, 1995 • son of Beverly Caruso • fifth of seven children in his family .• earned business education degree from Appalachian State in May, 2017 and is enrolled in MBA program at Delaware.

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