stop

Schedule

FOOTBALL
Sep 16 - FINAL
Cornell (High School Band Day)
14
Delaware
Delaware
41
FOOTBALL
Sep 30 - FINAL
James Madison (Hall of Fame Weekend)
20
Delaware
Delaware
10
FOOTBALL
Oct 7 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
24
Stony Brook
Stony Brook
20
FOOTBALL
Oct 14 - FINAL
Wm. & Mary (Parents & Family Weekend/Youth Cheer/Twirler Day)
0
Delaware
Delaware
17
FOOTBALL
Oct 21 - FINAL
Richmond (Homecoming)
35
Delaware
Delaware
42
FOOTBALL
Oct 28 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
17
Towson
Towson
18
FOOTBALL
Nov 4 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
31
Maine
Maine
17
FOOTBALL
Nov 11 - FINAL
UAlbany
UAlbany
3
Delaware
Delaware
22
FOOTBALL
Nov 18 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
7
Villanova
Villanova
28
DF Banner
UD Football BIO
6
Jamie Jarmon
Player Profile:
Jamie Jarmon 2134142
Position: Wide Receiver
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 200
Year: Junior
Hometown: Millsboro, Del.
High School: Indian River
Major: Health Behavior Science
Experience: 2 Letters

AT DELAWARE
Third-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.).

2016 SEASON
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.

2015 SEASON
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.

HIGH SCHOOL 
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.

PERSONAL
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.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year G/S Receptions
Yards
 Avg
 TD
 Long
2016  11/8 14 190  13.6 0 50
2015 10/7 12 90
7.5
0 15
TOTALS 21/15 26 280 10.8 0 50

 

Year Rushes Yards Avg.
TD
Long PR Yards Avg. (Long) KOR
Yards Avg. (Long)
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 15 51 3.4 1 13 9 13 1.4 (6) 2 18 9.0 (11)

CAREER HIGHS
Receptions
: 7 vs. William & Mary, 2015
Receiving Yards: 84 vs. Richmond, 2016

 

Jamie Videos:
Jamie Photos:

Delaware Blue Hens