2005: Made his return to the team after a knee injury and played in 10 games, including a start against Marshall (10/29). Caught his only pass of the year, a nine-yarder, against Tulsa (11/19).
2004: Suffered a knee injury in spring drills and redshirted the season.
2003: Tulane's only healthy tight end during the entire season. Played in 12 games with four starts and earned second team All-Louisiana honors. Had nine receptions for 75 yards. Snagged his lone touchdown catch on a one-yard toss against Mississippi State (9/13). Also caught a two-point conversion pass from holder Chris Beckman in the Army game. Vastly improved blocker in 2003 who helped Tulane backs post seven 100-yard games. Top game came versus TCU with three catches for 22 yards. Had a career-long reception of 19 yards against Northwestern State (9/6). Also saw action on special teams, recording four tackles.
2002: True freshman who spent the season as Tulane's second tight end. Shelved for the final three games of the regular season due to illness. Two of his three catches went for touchdowns. Put Tulane on the board versus UAB (10/19) with a five-yard over-the-shoulder TD grab in the first quarter. Both of his other catches came versus UL-Monroe (10/5), including a two-yard touchdown. Also had his season-long 16-yard catch in the UL-Monroe game. Effective as a blocker in Tulane's two-tight end set and also worked on special teams.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2001 graduate of Holy Cross where he was a two-time all-state selection at wide receiver for Coach Scott Bairnsfather. Tallied 170 career receptions for 2,300 yards. Also earned all-parish and all-district honors. Lettered in basketball for three years, earning all-parish honors each season.
PERSONAL: Full name is Jerome Alexander Landry. Born September 27, 1982. The son of Larry and Luann Landry. Brother Max played football at Louisiana Tech. Majoring in organizational information technology.
Landry's Career Receiving Stats