Although Jackson notes he is still committed to the Bulldogs, he points out that he is still checking out other colleges and probably will for a while. On Sunday he got an up-close-and-personal look at Auburn.
The six-foot-four, 240-pounder from Griffin, Ga., High School didn't participate on day one of Auburn's Junior-Senior Camp on Saturday, but on day two he joined the action and was one of the most impressive players at the Sunday workouts from a group of more than 400 who participated.
"It was a good camp and I learned a lot and I got a chance to meet the Auburn coaches," Jackson says. "I like Auburn and it was a good experience."
Toby Jackson partcipates in a drill at Auburn's camp.
One of the most interesting experiences was a one-on-one pass rush/protection drill where Jackson was matched against giant offensive lineman Greg McGrue from Huffman High in Birmingham, who is six-foot-seven, 360 pounds.
Jackson lost the first round vs. the offensive tackle, but used his exceptional quickness to win two out of three.