At the University of Michigan, Jarrod carve his path to athletic stardom. And while the accolades for his powers on the football field kept coming, Jarrod remained focused on accomplishing his academic goals. He graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Sports Management and Communications and used the fifth year of his football scholarship to attend Graduate School, and was chosen team captain that same year.
In 1991, he was a first round draft choice of the Super Bowl Champion New York Giants. In 1992, he was selected Giants offensive player of the year. In 1995, Jarrod met his wife Robin Emtage, a photographer and makeup artist, who he married in 1998. They own Emtage Beauty, an all-natural beauty line company www.emtagebeauty.com.
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Jarrod’s desire to be a more accomplished person in entertainment motivated him to move to Los Angeles in 2002. He owns Bunch Time Productions a entertainment company in which he produces projects for television. Jarrod’s television and film acting credits include various lead and supporting roles for: CSI Miami, Rozilli & Isles, Entourage, and many others. He played the young George Foreman in the Emmy award winning HBO film, “Only in America, The Don King Story.” Jarrod also appeared in one of 2012 most anticipated films, “Django Unchained”, which Quentin Tarrantino won the Oscar for “Best Original Screen Play”. Jarrod has also been cast as a principal in more than thirty national commercials.