COOKEVILLE, Tenn. — Jackson Lampley has potential that figures to be realized in the coming years both as one of the Volunteer State's top blockers and as a collegiate lineman.
The 6-foot-4, 280-pound left tackle helped pave the way for Montgomery Bell to put up 38 points and 360 yards in the TSSAA Division II Class AA state championship against Brentwood Academy on Dec. 2. However, it wasn't mean to be as the Eagles took down Lampley's Big Red by four points with a touchdown when just 25 seconds remained on the clock.
Lampley fought through the pain of a severely sprained ankle in his sophomore season finale.
College programs have already started noticing the 2019 class blocker as Lampley has scholarship offers from Duke, Louisville, Mississippi and Tennessee. He is the son of former Volunteer lineman Brad Lampley, who suited up for the Big Orange in the 1990s.
Watch Lampley at work earlier this month in the InsideTennessee video above.