Georgia Prospects Has a Number of Offers

The state of Georgia will be loaded this year with offensive linemen. One of the most intriguing prospects is Charles Jackson. The 6-8, 270-pound tight end will likely grow into an offensive lineman in the future, and plenty of schools are after Jackson.

Charles Jackson obviously has the frame and quickness to play offensive line in college. "I play tight end in high school," said Jackson. "I don't remember my stats. They say I'll probably end up at offensive line in college."

A number of schools have taken an interest in Jackson. "I have offers from Georgia, Auburn and Vanderbilt rightnow. Duke, Miami, Nebraska, Georgia Tech and Kentucky have been sending me a lot of mail."

Jackson is also a solid student which will make him even more coveted. "I have a 90.4 percent in my grades. I scored a 940 on my S.A.T."

The Irish have not been in touch with Jackson, however. "No sir, I haven't heard from them. It would be an honor if they would recruit me."

A lot of southern players prefer to stay in the south when choosing a college. We asked Jackson if going away for school would be a problem. "It wouldn't be a problem at all. I'll go where I fit in best."

The summer should be busy for Jackson. "I know I'm going to go to some camps, but I don't where yet. I'm trying to figure that out."

Growing up in Georgia, a player is usually a Dawg or a Yellow Jacket. We asked Jackson which school he cheered for. "Georgia. I've always liked Georgia. I've been there a number of times. It's a great school. They are one of my top schools."

Don't expect a decision any time soon from Jackson. "I plan to take all my visits. I won't be deciding any time soon. I'll look at where the program is now and where it's headed in the future."

Comments: The Irish better jump into the race soon or they'll be left behind. Jackson appears to be fully qualified already. We'll check back soon and see if Notre Dame starts recruiting Jackson. Top Stories