Jarrod, a 6-2, 195 pound QB from Tulsa Noah, has all the tools to be a major impact QB at the next level. He is a pro style QB with a great ability to extend plays, that has completed 125-of-200 passes for 2,206 yards and 26 TDs. Has only thrown 7 INTs and has rushed for 47 yards and 2TDs and has proven he is very good at reading coverages. Has an NCAA QB rating of 191.05. Recruiting has been picking up with 3 offers and interest from several others. Jarrod has worked hard and has had a breakout senior season. Also an excellent student who will graduate early and will be able to enroll early in the Spring, Barnett is a good leader on and off the field and an extension to coaching staff on the field. He is a player that has all the great tools a great QB possesses. Keep an eye on this talented senior from Tulsa Noah.
Six Star — The most influential person in my life
Jarrod — Most Influential person would be my dad. He is the reason I am who I am today. He is always telling me to give my very best in everything I do in life.
Six Star — What Camps have you attended
Jarrod —I have attended the DeBartolo Elite QB Camps for the past 3-1/2 years and train with All Day QB Coach Joe McCulley. This past summer I attended the Team USA Regional in OKC, I also attended the NEO, ECU, SWOSU, and the UCO camps. After each camp most Coaches approached me and liked what they seen and asked for me to keep in touch.
Six Star — What things do you feel you improved upon about your game over the offseason
Jarrod —This off season I trained with my speed and agility coach, Coach Pugh to improve my speed and quickness. I improved my ability to extend plays with my feet, my arm strength, and overall knowledge of the game.
Six Star — What schools have shown the most interest so far
Jarrod —I have received interest so far from a number of NAIA (KCAC Conference), Div II, and a couple smaller Div. 1 schools, also NEO. The team showing the most interest so far is Southwestern College. I hold offers from Southwestern College and Wayland Baptist. After being selected to the NAAPS All American game interest has picked up.
Six Star — Pre Game Ritual
Jarrod —Walking around the field listening to music before the game
Six Star — Favorite Song
Jarrod —Party in the USA
Six Star — Favorite Class
Six Star — Best Game
Jarrod —Chouteau-Maize Highshool 19-25 passing 364 Yards 7TDS 64-21 win
Six Star — Biggest Weight Room Accomplishment
Jarrod —Dead lifting 370
Six Star — Teammate most likely to make an impact at the next level
Jarrod —Jayce Roberts kid is a player!! 119.3 YDS/Game, 24.7 avg, 14Tds in 7 games).
Six Star — Hardest Working teammate
Jarrod —James Ballinger kid is always working.
Six Star — Teammate to keep an eye on
Jarrod — Jayce Roberts!