Jarrett, who graduated in December, had a career-high 3.5 tackles for loss in Clemson’s victory. He also added a caused fumble and quarterback pressure, as the Tigers held Oklahoma 32 points under its season average.
The Conyers, Ga. native finished the season with 73 tackles, tied for third-most on the team, and totaled 10 tackles for loss, tied for fourth-most on the squad. He added 12 quarterback pressures, second-most on the team.
Jarrett was a major reason Clemson led the nation in 11 statistical categories this year, including total defense, pass efficiency defense, yards per play allowed, tackles for loss and first downs allowed.
Jarrett named to All-Bowl teams
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