Junior Kalif Jackson A Top Target

2015 Neptune Beach (FL) wide receiver Kalif Jackson visited Georgia Tech a few weeks ago and has received serious interest from the staff.

2015 Neptune Beach (FL) wideout Kalif Jackson is a prospect to watch for his class. Georgia Tech has yet to offer the sunshine state standout but he has heard plenty from them.

The Yellow Jackets' staff has shown Jackson a large amount of interest and have given him solid attention so far.

"Georgia Tech hasn't offered yet but I really have a good feeling that they eventually will," said Jackson. "They seem very interested in me as a prospect and as a person. They have been telling me that I'm one of their top guys for the 2015 class class but that they just haven't turned a lot of focus over to that one yet because of some guys in the class below me."

Jackson took a visit to see Georgia Tech a few weeks ago and came away very impressed from what he saw.

"I liked their campus," he stated. "I liked the locker rooms. It went well and the team is looking pretty good so far this year. A good finish to their season and I think they'd all consider it a success."

"The visit went extremely well all-around," added Jackson. "I was able to talk to their receivers coach and he said he was happy to have me there. He has been to my school before and he said that they would be back so that was real cool to hear."

Jackson does not have a top group yet and expressed that he is still keeping all his options open and will for the foreseeable future.

He has a few offers already and feels like he's close to adding even more.

The three-star prospect explained what it is about his game and abilities that has college coaches from all over the country coming to Neptune Beach to check him out.

"They all like how I go up and get the ball," he explained. "I'm a bigger receiver. They like how I can get down the field too. I don't get that many touches in our offense right now but I have been making them count when I have. I average about 20 yards per catch. I do more than catch the ball. I go get the tough throws and I make plays after I catch it."

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