Dylan Jackson eyes 2nd straight gold ball

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MARYVILLE, Tenn. — As of next week, Dylan Jackson will be committed to Tennessee for a full 10 months.

If the Maryville (Tenn.) High School standout is to be a Volunteer, the staff in Knoxville must hold on for three months more.

The 6-foot-6, 245-pounder continues to get heavy interest from programs like LSU and Stanford, both of whom Jackson has visited this fall.

Jackson, who committed to Tennessee on Jan. 16, maintains he's going to be a Volunteer officially on National Signing Day and enroll on Rocky Top in Summer 2015.

The Scout three-star prospect and No. 112-ranked defensive end in the nation is a leader for a Maryville (11-0) team ranked No. 20 nationally by Scout and looking to win its second straight TSSAA Class 6A state championship this winter.

See more from the Rebels senior by clicking play on the InsideTennessee video interview below:

Dylan Jackson video interview

Danny Parker is currently the Managing Editor, Recruiting Analyst and Staff Photographer for InsideTennessee.com. He was previously the sports editor at Shelbyville Times-Gazette. He joined the Scout team July 2011.
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