Jason dressed in all 18 regular season games, started at six, both playoff games and Grey Cup game. Hefinished the regular season with 27 catches for 300 yards. He tallied eight catches for 115 yards and one touchdown in the three playoffs games.


Dressed in 16 regular season games, the West Final and the Grey Cup game and started nine of those games at slotback. He made Rider debut and had one catch for nine yards in week 1, four catches for 66 yards in week 7 and had four catches for 90 yards in week 15. He finished the season with 23 receptions for 317 yards.


Started 15 games at slotback for the B.C. Lions…also started in both playoff games…missed final three regular season games due to injury…finished the regular season with 50 receptions for 640 yards and three touchdowns…had four catches for 61 yards and a touchdown in the West semi-final versus Saskatchewan.


Started all 18 regular season games and West Division Final at slotback for the Lions…led the Lions with 86 receptions for 1,158 yards and seven touchdowns in the regular season…was named to the West Division and CFL all-star teams…recorded three 100-yard receiving games and earned Most Outstanding Canadian honours for the second time in his career.


An inspirational leader for the Lions in 2006, Clermont battled through what would have been a season ending injury for many after tearing his MCL in Week 1 versus Saskatchewan. Returning to the field after missing only seven games, he finished the year with 44 receptions for 507 yards (4th) and three TD’s. Jason also contributed a playoff career-high, nine catches for 98 yards in the 2006 West Championship.


Appeared in all 18 games while recorded a second consecutive 1,000-yard season with 1,042 yards on 78 catches becoming only the sixth Lion to accomplish that feat. Ranked 12th in the CFL in receptions and 16th in yards.


Was named the Most Valuable Canadian in the Grey Cup when he grabbed 4 passes for 71 yards and a TD. Named to the 2004 West All-Star Team and received the CFL's Most Outstanding Canadian Award.


Recognized as the Outstanding Rookie in the West.


In his senior year at the University of Regina, Clermont tallied 41 receptions for 807 yards and 14 touchdowns, earning him a position on the CISport All-Canadian Team, a Canada West All-Star honour, a Canada West Most Outstanding Player Award, and an invitation to play in the East-West Shrine Game in San Francisco to compete against top NCAA graduating players (an honour bestowed upon only two CIS players annually). His performance caught the attention of the BC Lions who drafted him 4th overall.


Clermont has played football since the age of 8 and is an avid golfer. Growing up, his heroes were Jerry Rice and Wayne Gretzky and his mentor was football coach Davin Kivisto. His favourite CFL player of all time is Henry 'Gizmo' Williams. Clermont is a proud supporter of the MS Society and the Heart and Stroke Foundation, and is a spokesperson for the Lions in their partnership with the United Way. Additionally, he is one of the core motivators for Lions in the House. During the 2005 off season, Clermont returned to school to complete his Bachelor of Administration degree at the University of Regina.