Jackson already holds four offers on the table from schools across the country.
Another school that has begun to show the 6-foot, 165-pounder interest is TCU. Jackson was requested to attend the Frogs' satellite camp last Thursday in Plano and was one of the better defensive backs in attendance. Jackson worked at cornerback during the workout.
"Overall I think I did pretty good," he said. "I got a lot of positive feedback on doing the drills right. They said they wanted me to come out and if I did well enough I could get an offer.
While Jackson awaits news on whether or not he will be offered, he knows TCU is a good program to play for and has a high interest in them.
"Actually I have some friends that are going there to play from Frisco Centennial," he said. "I know it's a good college and has good sporting facilities. I like it a lot up there."
Jackson can line up at corner or safety at the next level. To him, it doesn't matter where he plays as long as he gets the chance to get on the field.
"It really doesn't matter, wherever I go I just look to play ball," Jackson finished.