2006: One of only 10 players to start all 14 games, setting a UH single-season record... starter for offensive line which has helped account for more than 32.0 points and nearly 440.0 yards of total offense per game... started the season as the starting guard for the first four games... moved to left tackle after injuries forced lineup changes and started the final 10 games there... named Second-Team All-Conference USA by both the coaches and the media... member of offensive front that ranked No. 1 in C-USA in scoring offense and total offense and No. 2 in rush offense and pass offense.
2005: Made his first appearance of the season against Rice during the regular-season finale... missed much of the season due to a knee injury during spring practice.
2004: Played in all 11 games, including a start against Army... against the Black Knights the Cougars had a season-high 369 yards rushing.
2003: Redshirted as a true freshman.
High School: Selected a First Team, All-District standout after senior season... recorded 113 total tackles, including 76 unassisted and 13 for losses... also registered 10 sacks, three forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries... was selected to the All-South Plains and All-City squads as well... named to the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal Super Team, as well as the Avalanche-Journal City Player-of-the-Week during the season... selected Honorable Mention, All-State by Texas Sports Writers Association... picked as Honorable Mention, All-State selection after senior campaign... a member of the Academic All-State team as well as an officer in the National Honor Society.
Personal: Full name is Jeffrey T. Akeroyd... born Aug. 21, 1984, in Lubbock, Texas... son of Mark and Karen Akeroyd of Lubbock... enjoys fishing and playing video games during his spare time... majoring in sports administration.