Jarrett, who held close to 20 offers, met with his high school coach Tuesday afternoon and later in the night texted his top nine schools to Scout.com.
One omission was Rutgers, a school the 5-foot-11, 175-pound Jarrett likes, but has not been offered by. He said the Scarlet Knights could still re-enter the picture.
The Scarlet Knights like Jarrett, but have not offered him since he ran the 40-yard dash in 4.8 seconds last summer. Jarrett was scheduled to camp at Rutgers last month and re-run the 40-yard dash, but a conflict with a 7-on-7 tournament involving his high school team kept that from happening.
Still, he hasn't totally ruled Rutgers out of his recruitment.
"They haven't offered me, and since I haven't had the chance to run for them, I'm not exactly sure what they're trying to do with me," Jarrett said before cutting his list. "Besides that, I can't really say where they stand."
If Rutgers was to offer Jarrett, he would re-consider the Scarlet Knights.
"If I feel like Rutgers is better than somebody, if they do offer me, than someone else will be bumped out," Jarrett said. "I'm just trying to make it easier on myself when I knock it down to my top five.
"I guess (Rutgers) wants to choose its kids wisely, which is respectable, and I can't be mad about it."