Meet Jerone Davison
Jerone is a former Arizona State University student athlete and NFL player who travels the country sharing inspiration, passion, and faith. His unifying speeches full of truth, faith, and freedom of this country are memorable and moving.
He spent his childhood growing up in the deep south in the small town of Picayune, MS. It was there that he and his family fell upon rough times, and Jerone dropped out of high school. Sometime later, Jerone was able to enroll into Solano Community College in Northern California, in which he broke school rushing records as a player on the college's football team. The once 'drop-out' became an inductee into the school's Football Hall of Fame.
He accepted a full-ride scholarship from Arizona State University for football and was selected by the Los Angeles Rams. Frequently, as Jerone talks to youth, he retells his story and his example of how the American Dream can be achieved.
"You and I have a rendezvous with destiny. We will preserve for our children, this, the last best hope for man on earth. Or we'll sentence them to take the last step into a thousand years of darkness."
1970BornBorn in Picayune, Mississippi
1987Became a ChristianAge (17)
1994College Football StarPlayed Running back for Arizona State University
1999NFL AthletePlayed Fullback for the Oakland Raiders
2005PastorStarted working full-time for God
2022Running for US CongressAZ District 4: Tempe, Mesa, Chandler & Ahwatukee
God is with us
Faith to me is life. A relationship with a true and living God. Faith helps us change the world. In Christ alone my hope is found. He is my light, my strength, my song. Faith is taking the first step, even when you don't see the whole staircase.
Family is most important
I am a family man with five beautiful children and two grandchildren. I believe that my role as father is to provide, protect, and teach my children of the good and evil in this world. Family is God’s first institution for mankind and He blessed it – Genesis 2:21-24
"A republic... if you can keep it"
Freedom is not given to us by the government. We have natural, or God-given, rights that should be protected by the government. Our Constitution keeps us free. We must work to keep these freedoms and have executive, legislative, and judicial leaders that will adhere to the Constitution. I stand with Constitutionalists.