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Long Beach (Calif.) Poly cornerback Kameron Jackson decides to open up his recruitment after recent official visit. Now, the former Washington verbal commit is focused on a trio of schools, one of which is Cal...

Long Beach (Calif.) Poly cornerback Kameron Jackson took a visit to Colorado this weekend and came away impressed with what the Buffaloes had to offer.

"The visit was nice and everything," said Jackson. "The campus was really nice."

Jackson came into the weekend committed to the Washington Huskies, but returned home with a whole new list of options.

"I guess you could say I am open again," said Jackson. "Right now it is between California, Colorado, and Washington."

Jackson's teammate Corey Waller is also committed to the Huskies, Jackson talked about how important the prospect of playing with his current teammate was.

"It would be nice to play with my teammate," said Jackson. "But I'm gonna do what is best for me."

Jackson has no timetable for his decision, but would prefer to make a choice sooner rather than later.

"I'm not sure when I am going to decide," said Jackson. "Sometime between now and signing day. Probably the most important thing to me is playing early, education is important as well."

The one team that has come from off the radar is the team that appears to be recruiting Jackson the hardest.

"Cal has probably been recruiting me the most lately," said Jackson.

Jackson discussed what each of his final three schools has to offer.

"Cal, just the prestige education," said Jackson. "Then Washington, they were the first school to come after me… Colorado, probably the campus. will have more with Jackson as signing day approaches and he makes his final decision.

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