Jarred in 2006-07: The Wrestling Report lists Jarred 21st in its preseason Atlantic Region rankings at 157 pounds.
2005-06: Found his niche at 157 pounds where he finished the season with a 35-10 record ... his 35 wins were the second most on the team behind team captain Tanner Garrett who posted 43 wins ... his win total is tied as the eighth-most wins in a single season ... it also tied the school record for most wins at the 157-pound weight class, equalling Tyrone Neal's mark set during the 1998-99 campaign ... Jarred wrestled in 45 matches, the seventh-most (tied) bouts in a single season ... opened the 2005-06 campaign by winning 17 of his first 18 matches, including the first 12 ... dropped his first match of the year in a 6-3 decision to West Virginia's Matt Lebe, ranked seventh at the time ... won his first individual title with a 5-0 record at the Eastern Michigan Open ... placed third at the Penn State Open and eighth at the Southern Scuffle ... defeated Zach Lord twice at the All-Academy Championship, including the third-place match in which Jarred won 23-9 ... won his first two matches at the Lone Star Duals against Purdue's Jake Murphy (12-4) and Utah Valley State's Tanner Cowan (12-4) ... helped lead Navy to a 38-0 shutout over N.C. State by defeating Kody Hamrah, 12-9 ... entered the EIWA Tournament having won seven of eight matches, including a 7-2 decision over Brian Rowan in the annual Army-Navy Star Match ... seeded fifth in his first appearance at the EIWA Championship, he posted a 2-2 record, dropping a narrow 12-9 decision to fourth-seeded Gene Zannetti in the quarters.
2004-05: Posted a 4-2 overall mark in a reserve role at 165 pounds ... defeated Delaware State's Josh Keitt, 8-1, in his only dual match of the year ... also posted wins over Albright's Esrom Montesino (MD, 18-7) and Corey Murphy of Thiel (4-0) at the McDaniel Duals and Cory Schwerin (TF, 21-6) at the Penn State Open ... posted a 3-2 mark at the University National Championships in mid-April.
2003-04: Registered a 6-7 overall record while wrestling at 165 pounds ... placed second at the Central New Jersey Open in his first-career competition ... also finished third at the Sunshine Open ... recorded his lone fall of the year at the Sunshine Open, pinning Lawrence Hamilton in 4:53.
High School: A 2003 graduate of Park Hill, Jarred was a four-year wrestling letterwinner ... four-time, first-team all-conference selection and two-time team captain ... won the 2003 Missouri State Championship with a 48-2 overall record ... helped Park Hill High capture the 2003 Missouri Class 3 State Wrestling Championship ... also earned three letters in football ... class valedictorian ...named a Senior Scholar-Athlete by the Kansas City Star and High School Football Coaches Association.
Personal: Full name is John Scott Jarred ... son of Scott Jarred and Mary Listrom ... born Sept. 12, 1984, in Kansas City, Kan. ... majoring in mechanical engineering.