Elk Grove (Calif.) Franklin safety Lamar Jackson holds the distinction of being the top player at his position in the West region and has no shortage of programs coming after him. UCLA, USC, Michigan, Oregon, Notre Dame and Arizona State are just a few of the several programs that have entered the race for the 6-foot-2.5, 210-pound prospect. Jackson plans on taking an unofficial visit to Oregon and said they're "most likely" in the running for an official visit as well. In this video, he elaborates on why the Ducks are sticking out to him, other programs that are sticking out to him and where he's eyeing visits to.
The Opening: Ducks sticking out to Jackson
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