During his active early childhood, Jeromy Green excelled in
soccer, baseball, football and more. It wasn’t until the age of 10
that he picked up his first skateboard and it was love at first
sight. He went from learning kickflips, to huge method backflips,
insanely tweaked out 540’s and so much more. It is apparent to
see his love for skateboarding by the hard charging creative
way he skates today.
Jeromy turned pro towards the end of 2016. He has since made a name for himself through his very unique style of skateboarding and has been dubbed “The Rubber Man”
because of his radically sick and tweaked out style. Jeromy is
often compared to Danny Way because of the all the crazy
stunts he’s known for.
He won Florida Vert Series in late 2016 proving immediately
that he was someone to be reckoned with. His first time
competing in the pro division at Vert Attack 2017, Jeromy took
seventh place among the top vert skaters in the world. He was
soon invited to both the X-games and Nitro World Games
qualifiers, but unfortunately injured his knee while practicing
and had to focus on his recovery. Shortly after recovering, he
battled hard to win the Tim Brauch Pro bowl competition
towards the end of 2017. In early 2018, he went to Australia
and fiercely competed in Bowl-a-rama for the first time. Proving
himself to be a top competitor, he took home 4th place among
the world’s best bowl skaters.
Jeromy consistently demonstrates that he brings something
inventive, imaginative and unique to the table. He is also
someone who wants to make a positive impact in the world and
is currently working on a charity project that will benefit 4
different organizations. Suffice it to say, he is an incredibly
talented skateboarder and a down to earth, kind person that
children can look up to as a role model.