The 2009 season didn't go as planned for Kameel Jackson due to being hampered by a knee injury that kept him out for most of the season.
With the offseason in full swing
"It's 100 percent again,"
Only a couple months into the offseason and
"I went to a camp a couple of weeks ago and won the
With it being so early into the recruiting process for 2011 prospects it's no surprise that some schools have continued to try and contact
"I am 100 percent committed,"
Wide Receiver Coach Jay Norvell has slowly begun to win over Sooner fans with the wide receiver potential he brought in with the 2010 class.
And the 2011 receiving core looks to have the chance to be just as much or even more promising with
"We had a good relationship before my commitment and it has gotten better since,"
Speaking of the weight he has been putting on
This Saturday Oklahoma is having their first Jr day for the 2011 class for a select few big name prospects who were personally invited. And with
"I have been there quite a bit but for some reason I have never been able to see the town all that much. I have been up there three times and it seems like the Sooner mall is always closed so I'm going to try and get out to the Sooner Mall this time. And I'd like to get out to a few restaurants."
For the 2010 season
"I want our team unity to get closer and if that happens the sky is the limit so that's really what I am looking forward to the most for the season."
Kameel isn't the only talented receiver in his family, his older brother Kenzee is quite impressive in his own right. Kenzee has accepted a scholarship offer to play receiver at Texas A&M Commerce and Kameel talked about how excited he is for his brother to show what he is made of.
"I really would have liked to get him up to OU with me but I am really excited to see him at Texas A&M Commerce. I am going to try and attend every home game that I can. I'm just real excited for him to get up there and give everything he's got. I'm excited and I know he's not going to let them down so it's going to be great."
Jackson is trying to build a close relationship fellow 2011 commit Kendal Thompson, a Scout.com 4-star quarterback, who may be delivering him the rock in college and is hopeful the first two commitments in the class are able to room together when they arrive in Norman.