"I feel like I'm doing good right now," said Jackson.
"I just have to compete."
The four-star corner has matched up against several of the nation's best receivers and Monday caught an interception over the number one receiver, Malachi Dupre.
"A lot of people impressed me. These are D-1 athletes so you know they're going to be good," said Jackson.
There's been plenty of questions about Jackson's commitment to Florida. He's visited Miami and Florida State remains in the picture. However, Jackson quickly shuts down any questions about his recruitment.
"I don't want to talk about that. I don't want to talk about schools," he said.
"I'm not thinking about it right now."
Will he take any other visits?
"I don't really know yet," he said.
"You'll know. Trust me, if I go somewhere, everyone's going to know."
While Jackson may be keeping things quiet, some of his fellow Gators commits believe he will stick with them at Florida. The former Florida State commit has flipped his pledge once before, so it's quite possible it could happen again.