"I got my test score back..."

Patience is a virtue. Charles Jackson has labored for a complete year after not qualifying initially out of high school to achieve a passing test score. This past week, Jackson said that he was feeling pretty good about the past couple of tests he just took. On Monday though, he received one of those test scores and his initial thoughts were confirmed. He will be a Husker.

That's right, Charles Jackson will be a Husker. The four-star cornerback from the 2011 class, and the #2 rated cornerback in the nation, has apparently received a score on his recent test that will allow him to enroll at Nebraska.

"I did well," Jackson said while he was laughing. "I passed it. I achieved my goal. I don't want to say what the score was that I received, but I passed.

"I know that you want to know what I received, but I was told that I would need either a 19 or 20 to qualify. I did score over a 20. I feel great about this."

Jackson didn't wait long to pass along the good news to the Nebraska coaching staff. Jackson picked up the phone and called first year defensive coordinator, John Papuchis, with the good news.

"I did speak to Nebraska. I called Coach J.P. about it. He was very excited to hear my news. It was happy hearing them be so excited. They told me that they were happy that I stuck to it and passed it like I said I would."

Jackson said that he will keep BigRedReport.com posted about his plans to move to Lincoln and enroll at Nebraska. It's likely though that he would be able to get to Nebraska to start on the early part of the summer session and do summer workouts with the team.

Bryan Munson has worked with Big Red Report for nine years covering recruiting and football and has covered Nebraska recruiting for 11 years. His work can also be seen in Scout.com's SuperPrep Magazine.
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