South's Top Line Prospect Names Leader

<b>Charles Jackson</b> is a huge tight end in high school, that could be the Top Offensive Line Prospect in the south. He is also an excellent basketball player, and that could influence his decision.

Charles Jackson is an absolutely huge TE/OL from Tri-county High School in Buena Vista, GA. He names an early leader.

"I like Georgia, Kentucky, Miami, Nebraska, and Duke. I've got letters from all of them, but Georgia is my leader," Charles Jackson said.

What has put the Dawgs out to an early lead?

"Georgia has been on me for a while, and they have shown the most interest. They saw me when I was in 9th grade, and I was like 6'6. Also, they have talked to me about basketball."

Bulldogs hoops coach Dennis Felton has made a quite an early impression.

"I went to their football game when they played Auburn for an unofficial visit. I talked to Coach Felton and one thing I was really impressed with is how he stresses academics. He really wants to have a 100% graduation rate, and he looks like he's going to do that this year as well."

Kentucky, Miami, and Nebraska have all spoken to Charles about potentially playing both sports in college. While he has a bright future on the hardwood, his future most likely future lies in football. Does he have a preference for position at the next level?

"I want to play tight end. I like to catch the football, and I think I provide a big target. I wouldn't mind playing tackle, but it's not my first choice."

Charles is an excellent student with a 90.44/100 GPA, and an already qualified SAT score. It's unlikely he will attend many camps this summer due to his AAU basketball commitment with the Georgia Hawks.

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