Jackson's Summer Agenda

Things have picked up for Texas Top 100 wide receiver Brandall Jackson of Navasota. With nearly 10 offers in hand, Jackson must balance between summer workouts, 7-on-7 tournaments, and college visits. So what schools made his summer list and where do things stand with Oklahoma? SoonersIllustrated has the update…

After his junior highlight tape began circulating throughout the hands of college football coaches, Navasota (TX) wide receiver Brandall Jackson started seeing a big jump when it came to recruiting.

Now the Scout.com four-star wide receiver holds eight offers. And though he has narrowed his list down, he provided us with an early summer itinerary.

"I plan to make camps at Baylor and Texas A&M. The only unofficial visit I have planned right now is Southern Mississippi," Jackson said.

The 6-foot-1, 180-pound Jackson has offers from all of the schools plus Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Tulsa, Texas Tech, and Nebraska

He did not readily name a favorite, but does have only one visit planned for this summer to Southern Miss. Apparently, there are a few friendly connections and he wants to take a closer look from himself.

"My head coach has a brother who is a coach there," Jackson said of his Southern Miss connection. "I want to check things out up there because I like playing with my coach now and I think I would feel comfortable playing under his brother. With the schools, there are no top schools because I have been too busy to narrow things down. The good thing is that everyone is equal."

One of his early offers came from the Sooners, but Jackson claims that he has not heard from them in some time. But even that has not eliminated Oklahoma from the recruiting race.

"They (Sooner coaches) came up here sometime this off season, but it has been awhile," Jackson said. "It has been a long time since I have talked with them, but that does not mean I am still not interested. Oklahoma is still up there, but I would love to hear from them more."

Jackson has not finished making his summer schedule, but the places that are listed are fairly solid. He does plan to add more stops as time allows. Last season, Jackson caught 41 passes for 700 yards and nine touchdowns.

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