Interest continues to pick up for Jarrett Jackson. The three-star tight end recently picked up offers from Duke, ECU, UCF and South Florida, joining the likes of Florida, Louisville and West Virginia, who had offered previously.
The Gators were among the first to offer Jackson, with UF pulling the trigger at its camp last summer. The in-state school offered the South Florida native as a tight end, although some schools see him on defense, and Jackson now has been in contact with new running backs coach, and former West Virginia assistant, Ja'Jaun Seider.
Jackson discusses the schools that have offered him, his visit plans and which schools would make it into his top five in the video above.