Following an in-home visit with Rutgers coach Greg Schiano on Tuesday, Jamison said he has an offer from the Scarlet Knights.
"Yes, sir, I have an offer,'' Jamison said.
The 5-foot-8, 195-pound Jamison added his mom connected with Schiano.
"He really hit home with my mom,'' Jamison said. "Everything he was saying to me about how he pushes the kids, and how he cares for the kids, and how you're a student first, and he never lets you miss school, that really hit home with my mom.
"She pushes me a lot. Like he said, she never lets me miss school unless I'm really hurt.''
Jamison's recruitment is centering on three schools.
"It's pretty even,'' Jamison said. "Right now I have three. South Carolina has moved back into it. South Carolina and Northern Illinois are going to come (Wednesday) for an in-home.''
Schiano's visit allowed Jamison and his mom to learn about a plethora of topics, including academics and playing time.
"We set up an official visit for me, talked about grades and (Schiano) laid everything out on the table for me, told me how many running backs they were taking, and who had committed already,'' Jamison said. "He told me if I come to Rutgers and work hard, and I bust my butt, I could possibly start as a true freshman because they're going to play the best player. He said whoever works the hardest will play.''
Jamison ran for 1,300 yards on 135 carries for the Bulldogs. He also scored 17 touchdowns for the Class 2B state champions.
Rutgers has a commitment from Edward H. White (Jacksonville) running back Casey Turner, who is scheduled to visit North Carolina next weekend, and is also recruiting Columbia (S.C.) Irmo High running back Mustafa Greene.
"(Coach Schiano) said if it came down to it, they would take three backs,'' Jamison said.
Jamison added he has to improve his ACT score to qualify, but doesn't believe that will be an issue.