On the recruiting front, Jackson said a pair of Pac 12 schools are recruiting him the hardest right now.
"I probably hear the most from UCLA and Washington," Jackson said. "Colorado is showing a lot of interest right now too. All three of those schools have offered and email me or facebook me all the time. I've been to a USC game and hope to get to a UCLA game as well. I'm still really wide open though and I'm going to listen to every school who's interested. It's early for me and I'm not planning to make an early decision anywhere."
Jackson, who's currently rated the No. 34 player in the nation, has everything you could want in a cover corner including size, electric speed, ball skills and toughness. The athlete is also one of the nation's top long jumpers and won a state title jumping 25' as a sophomore last year.
He plans to double sport in college and has a chance to break the national long jump record before he graduates. On the season, Jackson said he hasn't had a chance to make too many plays but when you're a shutdown cornerback, that's often the case.
"I guess I should take it as a complement," Jackson said. "Teams aren't throwing my way at all but I'm still trying to stay focused on every play because you never know when they will test you. I've made a few big plays, I have a 98 yard pick six and some big returns on special teams so things are good and I'm just working hard to get better."