Jackson has an excellent wingspan, and his basketball background has helped him develop tremendous footwork. He is still able to get low and drive block the opposition despite his size. He plays tight end and defensive end in Tri-County's scheme, and it's humorous to try and watch quarterbacks throw over him.
Jackson wants to play tight end on the next level, but I think someone will probably show him the salaries of the top left tackles in the NFL, and all of a sudden, he'll see how attractive playing offensive line can be.
Chris Scott of Lovejoy, Paul Duncan of East Paulding, and Ian Smith of Cartersville along with Jackson are the top offensive line prospects I've seen in Georgia this year, but Jackson frame and quickness gives him the early edge for top offensive line prospect in the state. And if there's a better prospect in the south, I haven't seen him yet.
See for yourself:
#88 TE/DE Charles Jackson
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