Two-way end from North Carolina commits to Temple

Temple football coach Geoff Collins has landed another commitment.

Aaron Jarman, a tight end and defensive end from North Lenoir High School in La Grange, N.C., has made an oral commitment to Temple.

The 6-foot-5, 243-pound senior announced his decision on Twitter.

Temple has recruited Jarman to play tight end. Owls coaches saw him during a camp in Georgia and reportedly were impressed by his athleticism.

He is the 17th Temple football commitment for the recruiting class of 2018.

Here is the list of Temple football commitments

Eli Clark 6-3, 165 DB Sayreville, NJ

Ronnie Stevenson 6-4, 200 WR Montour, McKees Rock PA

Jean-Paul Rodriguez 6-5, 280 OT Lakewood, NJ

Daesean Winston  6-2, 180 LB Archbishop Spalding, (Severn, MD)

Antonio Colclough 6-5, 212 TE-DE Cardinal Hayes, Bronx, NY

Amir Gillis 5-10, 192 QB-FS Simon Gratz, Philadelphia, PA

Chauncey Moore 5-11, 178 WR-CB Friendship Collegiate Academy, Washington DC

Christian Barmore 6-6, 295 DL Neumann-Goretti, Philadelphia

Kyle Dobbins 5-10, 195 RB St. Augustine, Richland NJ

Trad Beatty 6-5, 200 QB Ben Lippen H.S., Columbia, South Carolina

Jayde Pierre 6-2, 325 DT Dominion H.S., Sterling, Virginia

Kadas Reams 6-0, 180 WR New Brunswick H.S. (Milford Academy)

Evan Boozer 6-4, 235 DE Loyola Blakefield H.S. Towson, MD

David Martin-Robinson 6-4 220 ATH Hempfield, H.S. Landisville, PA

Dante Burke 6-3, 233 DL Bishop Sullivan H.S. Virginia Beach, VA

Adam Klein, 6-5, 265, OT Episcopal Academy, PA

Aaron Jarman 6-5, 243 TE North Lenoir, NC