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Jamie Jarmon
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Jamie Jarmon 2134142
Position: Wide Receiver
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 200
Year: Senior
Hometown: Millsboro, Del.
High School: Indian River
Major: Health Behavior Science
Experience: 2 Letters

Fourth-year member of the squad • projected to start at "X" outside wide receiver spot for second straight season as a junior • gifted athlete who began Delaware career as a quarterback and defensive back in 2015 spring drills before moving over to wide receiver • can also return kickoffs and punts • spent three seasons playing baseball in the Texas Rangers organization before enrolling at Delaware (Winter Session, 2015) • one of 23 Delaware natives on roster • has played in 21 career games with 15 starts at Delaware and caught 26 passes for 280 yards (10.8 average) while rushing for 51 yards (3.4 avg.).

Made a massive impact on the Blue Hens offense as their top receiver • played and started in 10 games and sat out of one due to injury • hauled in a team best and career high 29 catches for a total of 327 yards and six receiving touchdowns • recorded a receiving touchdown in five straight games • had nine carries for 150 yards and two touchdowns including his ESPN Top10 play vs. Richmond • was on the receiving end of five punts for 27 yards • named the Blue Hen Touchdown Club Offenisve Player of the Week twice for his performances vs. Cornell and Richmond • named CAA Offensive Player of the Week for his performence vs Richmond • received an honorable mention for STATS Inc. National Offensive Player of the Week. 

Came on late in the season to become one of the team's top receivers • played in all 11 games with eight starts and ranked No. 2 on the squad with 14 catches for 190 yards • 13.6-yards per catch average was tied for best on the team among regulars • also rushed eight times for 24 yards (3.0 avg.) • did not catch a pass in four straight games before ending year on a high note with 12 receptions over the final four games • caught season-high three passes each vs. Stony Brook, Towson, and Richmond with career-high 84 yards vs. Richmond • caught a season-long 50-yard pass vs. Villanova and had a 43-yarder against Richmond • scored first career touchdowns on a nine-yard reverse vs. William & Mary • also returned nine punts for 13 yards with a long return of six yards vs. Towson.

Showed flashes of great things to come • shook off the rust and two position changes as he played first season of organized football in four years following minor league baseball career • played quarterback for most of 2015 spring drills before moving over to defensive back • moved over from defensive back to wide receiver in preseason • played in 10 games at wide receiver with seven starts as a true freshman and was the team's second leading receiver • one of only three true freshmen to see action on offense for Delaware (TE Owen Tyler and WR  Vinny Papale were the others) • pulled in 12 receptions for 90 yards (7.5 avg.), rushed seven times for 32 yards (3.9 avg.), and returned two kickoffs for 18 yards • had best outing in win over William & Mary when he posted season-highs of seven receptions for 56 yards • also had two receptions each vs. Albany (16 yards) and Rhode Island (12 yards) • had a season-best 13-yard run against Albany on a reverse • carried out the State of Delaware Flag in the season opener vs. Jacksonville • recorded two tackles in the Blue-White Spring Game in May.

Two-sport star at Indian River High School in football and baseball • started four years at quarterback and defensive back in football • led team to a four-year mark of 29-14, including a perfect slate of 12-0 as a senior in 2011 when he led the team to the state title • named the Gatorade and the DIFCA State Player of the Year in football in 2011 when he was also named the state's Offensive Player of the Year • three-time All-Henlopen Southern Division selection and the 2011 Player of the Year • team captain • accounted for 53 touchdowns during his senior season when he passed for 2,151 yards and 24 touchdowns and rushed for 1,528 yards and 29 touchdowns • four-year starter in baseball as a pitcher and outfielder • led team to a four-year mark of 52-30 • two-time All-State and three-time All-Henlopen Conference player • named Henlopen Conference Player of the Year as a senior • honor student • Academic All-State and Academic All-Henlopen Conference.

Jermyll James “Jamie” Jarmon (“jar-mun”), Jr. • born June 21, 1994 • health behavior science major at Delaware • would like to become an athletics director or sports agent after graduation • son of Jamie Jarmon and Jill Kneller • father runs a family-operated trucking business • oldest of four children • was a volunteer firefighter and helped raise funds for Down syndrome programs and youth baseball • enjoys hunting in his spare time • was a second round pick in the Major League Baseball Draft by the Texas Rangers in 2012 and spent three years (2012-14) in their farm system • played in 91 career games as an outfielder in Arizona (Rookie League), Spokane (Low A), and Myrtle Beach (high A) • batted .167 with two home runs, six stolen bases, and 26 RBI.


Year G/S Receptions
2017 10/10 29 327 11.3 6 30
2016  11/8 14 190  13.6 0 50
2015 10/7 12 90
0 15
TOTALS 31/25 55 607 10.8 6 50


Year Rushes Yards Avg.
Long PR Yards Avg. (Long) KOR
Yards Avg. (Long)
2017 9 150 16.7 2 74 5 27 5.4 (15) 0 0 0.0 (0)
2016  8 24 3.0 1 9 9 13 1.4 (6) 0  0 0.0 (0)
2015 7 27 3.9 0 13 0 0 0.0 (0) 2 18 9.0 (11)
TOTALS 24 201 7.9 3 74 14 40 3.4 (15) 2 18 9.0 (11)

: 7 vs. William & Mary, 2015
Receiving Yards: 84 vs. Richmond, 2016; vs. Cornell, 2017


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