ScoutTV: Jeremy Jackson Junior Highlights

Ann Arbor Huron wide receiver Jeremy Jackson had a strong junior season for the River Rats. He improved by leaps and bounds coming from his sophomore year. Here is the video to prove it.

The doubters are out there when it comes to Jeremy Jackson. That's what happens sometimes when you accumulate such a strong offer list before your senior season.

An early commitment to Michigan, Jackson went out as a junior determined to prove to everyone that he was indeed a big time prospect.

What I saw on this junior tape was a player much improved from when I saw him as a sophomore. For one, he is more aggressive on this tape, using his 6'4 frame to outbody defenders and go up and get the ball.

He also showed better run after the catch ability than we had previously seen from him.

Where he needs to improve? Just continue to get bigger and stronger. He grew so tall so fast, that now he just needs to keep filling out. He also could continue to work on his speed, because even though he shows some downfield ability in the video, he projects are more of a possession receiver in college.

Still, I like his size, hands and the fact that he keeps working and keeps getting better.

Junior Highlights
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