- Had a total of 11 caps for the U-20s – all starts – and added a goal and an assist, his goal coming in the 2-1 win against the Costa Rica U-20 team
- During his three semesters in Residency, Jeffrey led all players with 39 international appearances
- Signed for Club Brugge in 2008 and is now on the reserve squad at Bundesliga club Mainz
- Played for Dallas Texans in the Development Academy
U.S. Under-23 Men's National Team
Video Mar 23, 2012
ussoccer.com's Behind the Crest resumes in Nashville where the U-23 Men's National Team begins its quest to make the Olympics in London. The first game of qualifying is against Cuba on March 22, and in this episode the USA puts the finishing touches on the five month process of preparing for the tournament.
Video Mar 15, 2012
The U-23 MNT eight day camp opens in Nashville ahead of the CONCACAF Olympic qualifying tournament. Studio 90 heard from Jared Jeffrey, Ike Opara and Perry Kitchen as the group continues to prepare for the March 22 game against Cuba to open group play.
Video Mar 6, 2012
In this edition of Inside the Lines, presented by KwikGoal, ussoccer.com takes a look at a U-23 MNT training session and a 4v4+1 exercise as the team prepares to face Mexico on Feb. 29 in Frisco, Texas.
Video Jan 13, 2012
The U-23 Men's National Team wraps up its first week of training with a scrimmage against the full Men's National Team on Friday, Jan. 13. Studio 90 spoke to head coach Caleb Porter, midfielder Jarred Jeffrey and defender Kofi Sarkodie about the training camp and excitement of a scrimmage against the full team.
Video Sep 27, 2009
Sept. 27, 2009: Out U-20 MNT is prepping for their next FIFA U-20 World Cup match against Cameroon coming off of the 3-0 loss against Germany.
Jared Jeffrey spent three semesters in the Under-17 MNT Residency Program and competed in two youth World Cups, in 2007 with the U-17s and in 2009 with the U-20s. The former Development Academy player was a part of each of Caleb Porter’s camps but has not made an appearance for the U-23 MNT.
Date of Birth
Jun 14, 1990