Tyrone Jackson is 6-3, 180 pound wide receiver from Waller, TX. This rising talent from the Lone Star State likens his abilities to a super star in San Francisco.
"I'm like T.O. -- Terrell Owens. I'd say I'm most like him because he's
and when it comes down to making plays, he's the man."
Jackson hopes to one day be "the man" as well and several big schools
think he has that kind of potential.
So far, his only offer is from Utah, but Kansas, Texas Tech, Texas A&M and
Utah State have all shown interest as well. Jackson says it could wind up being
a two horse race.
"Right now it's right in between Kansas and Utah (as my leaders). I want
to take four visits though and get to know all the people and the coaches and
No visits have been scheduled yet, but Jackson hopes to start touring his final
choices in early December. In the meantime Jackson will focus on the final three
games of his regular season at Waller High School (his team is 3-4) and watch
his college favorites from afar.
"I've been watching Kansas and I like their offense and the way they spread
out. They can beat you with the pass or the run."
Jackson could wind up a part of that offense, but that decision is still a couple
of months away.
Kansas Leads for Jackson
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