Hunter Jarmon is a Beav.
"I've committed to Oregon State," Jarmon texted Scout.com's Braulio Perez.
Jarmon exploded this season for 93 catches, 1,470 hashes and 11 TDs.
Harmon chose Oregon State over offers from Baylor, Iowa State, Kansas, K-State, Minnesota, Missouri, SMU, Texas Tech, Washington State, Tulsa and others.
"I love the atmosphere and the people there (at Oregon State)," Jarmon told BF.C.
In addition to being a standout on the gridiron, Jarmon is also a very talented baseball player and could play both as a collegian. As a junior last season, Jarmon was named to the Texas 4A All-District 8 Team as an outfielder. Jarmon grew up playing baseball and has been on several different select traveling teams.
"It felt like home," Jarmon said of Oregon State. "And it was the best visit I took."
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