The 6'1 wide out said he currently holds 11 offers, and he has scheduled visits to several.
"I have been talking a lot to Oregon State, and I plan on going to their Arizona State game," Jarmon said. "I have been talking to Minnesota, and I plan to take an official visit there on September 22."
"Next I've talked to Kansas, and I am going to take an official visit there when they play TCU in September," Jarmon continued. "I will go to the Texas Tech camp on July 19. They have not offered yet but they have shown strong interest and want to see me work at a camp."
Jarmon finished saying he would be attending Oklahoma State came on July 26.
He said that he is looking for a family-setting at these schools.
"I want to see how the coaches interact with the players because I want to make sure I am comfortable at the school," explained Jarmon. "I will also take a look at the surrounding community. After college, I want to go to a place where there would be jobs after I graduate, and I want to major in business."
Jarmon has not heard from TCU since May.
"I have kind of narrowed it down now," Jarmon said. "I like, in no specific order, Oregon State, Minnesota, Kansas, Texas Tech, Oklahoma State, Baylor, and Alabama. That is pretty much it right there."
"I have looked at Missouri's roster and they just got the number one receiver in the country last year. If they want to continue to pursue me, they can," Jarmon explained. "But right now I am just not that interested."
"As more schools come in or offer me, I am sure they will peak my interest, but as of right now, these are the schools I am most comfortable with and have been building a relationship with," Jarmon finished.
?Hunter Jarmon is ranked as a two star prospect by Scout.com.