Jayshawn Wiggs Freehold Boro High School Freehold, NJ 2025 ATH 5.8' - 140 GPA - 3.0 Boardwalk Beast Top Performer X - @jayshawnW5
Jayshawn Tylik Wiggs: Freehold Boro High School Football: 2025 Athlete turns heads at Boardwalk Beasts 7v7 tryout !!!
Jayshawn Wiggs, a Junior at Freehold Boro High School in Freehold, New Jersey recently attended workout number 2 for the BoardWalk Beasts 7v7 club and he sure made the most of it with his football performance. He is now being looked at as one of the area’s top returning prospects.
Wiggs, a 2025 Prospect, had a fantastic day dominating his competition on both sides of the ball. This isn’t anything new to him, he was a member of the U15 club last year and will transition up a level joining the already very talented 18U. Wiggs is your natural athlete that can line up all over the field. QB no problem, WR, RB, he’s played them all. Defensively, this cat, yes a cat as that is the best description of his defensive mentality, he’s smooth and can cover from both corner and nickel positions. What is lacking in natural size, 5.6” 135 lbs, is made up for with speed and agility, not only breakaway speed but excellent lateral movement.
Jayshawn put on display his ability to change direction and showed excellent athleticism during the agility station portion of the workout. Players went through a variety of drills to showcase their overall agility ability. He had great quickness and tremendous lateral movement. Wiggs possesses an innate skill and smoothness in his ability to change direction.
Wiggs immediately made it known that he was there to make a statement on both sides of the ball, playing fast both offensively and defensively. He was able to get in and out of breaks as a DB and make plays on the ball from both the corner and nickel position. He displayed excellent body control and skill catching passes and defending. Jayshawn mainly played QB last year for the 15U team but also was relied on heavily for his defensive skills.
In terms of physical ability, at 5.6” 135 pounds his speed may be his best attribute. He separated himself from other players coming in with an all business approach. A year older and a year wiser, you can tell he used lessons learned from last season to benefit his play this year. As a WR he used his shiftiness to get free releases off the line of scrimmage displaying his ability to beat opponents. He showed great speed on both short, intermediate, and long routes.
It will be exciting to see what Wiggs will bring to the table this year as an older wiser and more mature athlete. His ability to help and play multiple positions allows him the ability to see more reps and more plays. Development happens with experience and going into year 2 with the Boardwalk Beasts Jayshawn may have more plays by the end of spring then anyone. QB, RB, WR, Corner, Nickel, Safety you name it this guy can play it, and will do so without a word. Looking forward to seeing how he can take his newfound maturity and drive to improve and not only help himself but help the U18’s !!!
A little Q & A !!!
Why Football ?
“Football has always been my escape from everything I’ve grown up around, I hope to use Football as a way out!”
What is your favorite part of being a Boardwalk Beast ?
“I really enjoy the atmosphere and the Coaches!”
What is your favorite subject in school ?
Favorite cereal ?
Cinnamon Toast Crunch
Favorite NFL Team ?
New England Patriots
Favorite NFL Player ?
Quote to Live by .
“Everything negative, pressure, challenges, is all an opportunity for me to rise!” – Kobe Bryant