Recruiting: Jackson Adds Two More Offers

Wide receiver Brandall Jackson of Navasota, Texas, got out and did some traveling this weekend and added two scholarship offers to the trio he has from schools north of the Red River. The 6-2, 180-pound (4.5 speed) Jackson already had offers from Tulsa, Oklahoma State and Oklahoma, and after his Saturday trips added scholarship offers from Baylor and Texas A&M.

"Yes, recruiting is going pretty good especially now with those two offers," said Jackson. "I went to Waco during the day. Baylor had a junior day and after I talked to the head coach (Art Briles) and he told me that out of the 200 some players that I was one of the five they were offering that made me feel pretty good."

From Waco it was on to College Station and the A&M Maroon-White Game.

"I got to see them play and then after the game I was talking to three of their coaches and then they took me to Coach (Mike) Sherman and he told me I could have a scholarship there and come play," described Jackson of his encounter.

Jackson had 49 receptions last season for 786 yards and eight touchdowns. His sophomore season he had 38 receptions for 488 yards and seven touchdowns. He plays at Navasota for Lee Fedora, the brother of former OSU offensive coordinator Larry Fedora, and he is used to playing in a wide open offense.

"Right now I'm just weighing my options and I don't really have a favorite," he said. "They are all even right now."

Jackson, who also runs track (long jump, 4X200 meter and 4X400 meter relays) and plays basketball, said he will talk to his coach and see if he is going to try to make it up to visit the schools that have offered him in Oklahoma.

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