Jared was an Academic All-American in high school. His father played varsity ice hockey at Princeton University. Jared was a three-year letter-winner for Kingwood High School, serving as the team captain during his senior year. He was also a state qualifier in 2012 and helped his team to the Texas State Championship in 2009, to a third-place finish in 2010, and to Regional Championships in 2010 and 2011.
The Miami Invite was again a solid meet for Sheuer, as he again improved in all of his events. He placed 3rd in the 200 back in a 1:47.91 and 14th in the 100 back. At UAAs, Jared broke the 52 in the 100 back going a 51.99. At NCAAs, Jared posted all best times. He placed 6th in the 200 back(1:46.62) and went 50.87 in the 100 back and 1:53.16 in the 200 IM.
At the Miami Invite Jared improved big in his events. He placed second in the 200 back with a time of 1:48.79 and swam a 52.02 in the 100 back. At NCAAs he earned 22nd in the 200 back and 33rd in the 200 fly, and was just off of his best times.
At the mid-season taper meet, the Miami Invite, Jared dropped time in all of his events. He placed 8th in the 100 back and 20th in the 200 fly. At UAAs, Jared continued to drop in his events. He placed 2nd in the 200 back(1:51.04) and 8th in the 100 back(52.34).