Vineland, NJ High School Graduate is now a Super Bowl Champion
The Los Angeles Rams are the Super Bowl 56 Champions and a graduate from Vineland High School here in New Jersey is a member of the World Champions:
Jamil Demby was drafted by the Rams in the Sixth Round of the 2018 NFL Draft, a draft pick that was sent by the Dallas Cowboys to the Rams in exchange for former First Round Pick Wide Receiver Tavon Austin. Demby has started one game and appeared in six others during his NFL career with the Rams. This season he was on the Reserve/Injured list and he was also on the roster during the Rams' previous Super Bowl under Head Coach Sean McVay when they lost to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl 53.
Demby is one of only two graduates from Vineland High School to play in the NFL: Lou Piccone was a Wide Receiver who played for the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets during his nine-year NFL career. Dembry is also one of only ten players to be selected in the NFL Draft who played his college ball at the University of Maine. Another Offensive Lineman from the University of Maine, Mike Flynn, won a Super Bowl championship with the Baltimore Ravens at Super Bowl 35 over the New York Giants.
Jamil Demby was not the only South Jersey High School Graduate at Super Bowl 56 on Sunday: on the Cincinnati Bengals roster is Clark Harris, a Graduate from Southern Regional High School. Demby joins a list of South Jersey High School Graduates who have won Super Bowls that includes Corey Clement (Philadelphia Eagles/Glassboro), John Taylor (San Francisco 49ers/Pennsauken), Joe Flacco (Baltimore Ravens/Audubon), Franco Harris (Pittsburgh Steelers/Rancocas Valley), and Dwight Hicks (San Francisco 49ers/Pennsauken).