Jamal played in this rivalry his last 3 years of high school, debuting his sophomore year at Safety. His first game in the rivalry he had a huge impact on the defensive side of the ball that led him to receive defensive player of the game honors in 2003. As a junior and senior Jamal lead the Wildcats and totaled 6 touchdowns over those two seasons. In his 2005 season he earned NIAA State MVP honors. He spent his College career at the University of Mary in Bismark, ND where he holds the school’s career rushing lead at 3,011 yards and 30 TDs. Jamal lives in Las Vegas with his family who recently welcomed a new born son Micha Lomax.