Domani Jackson today released his list of the top 10 schools, including the Texas Longhorns among the finalists.
He is ranked n ° 2 in the corner, player n ° 2 in California and n ° 12 in the general classification of the 2022 class according to 247Sports.
Jackson included the Longhorns as well as USC, LSU, Arizona State, Michigan, Alabama, Ohio State, Clemson, Oklahoma and Georgia. It also has deals from Arizona, Arkansas, BYU, Cal, Colorado, Colorado State, Duke, Florida, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Illinois , Kansas, Liberty, Louisiana, Maryland, Miami, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oregon, Oregon. , State of San Diego, State of San Jose, South Carolina, Tennessee, UCLA, Utah, Virginia Tech, Washington and Wisconsin.
Watch his film: The scariest part of Jackson’s game is how natural he seems as a defensive back since he started his career as receiver. At 6 feet 1 inch and 185 pounds, he was already one of the most physical players in the Southern California football scene last year as a second year and should be even better with another year of physical development. and mental. He can play closely and personally and hit and run with receivers or fall into a coverage area depending on what he is asked to do on a given game. He is also more than capable of stepping up and helping in the racing game or running through a block outside to close a large receiver screen.
Where is Texas: The Longhorns have made significant strides in the Southern California recruiting area in recent months and cornerback coach Jay Valai is quickly establishing his name as one of the best young recruiters in the country. Being part of the top 10 of this recruitment is an obvious victory, especially since it should allow a prolonged contact at the Mater Dei High School football school in Santa Ana.
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