To date, he has received offers from UCLA, Washington, Oregon and Arizona. "The majority of letters I have received are from the Pac-10," he said.
As far as staying on the West Coast, Jackson was open to attending school in just about any region of the country. "Right now I have no preference, and I am wide open," he said. "I can adapt to new environments very well, so if I go to the East Coast I will do very well. If I go to the South I'll do fine. I'll probably go to the school that recruits me the best."
Jackson grew up a big fan of the Florida Gators and Miami Hurricanes. "Right now I am hearing from Miami, and I am sure that Florida's new staff will get in touch with me soon. Academics, a shot at the NFL, and surroundings will all play a part in which school I choose as well as making me a better person off the field."
"I've talked with my brother (Michael) about joining him at Arizona, but I haven't told him yet if I do have any interest in heading to the desert," Jackson said. "His decision doesn't push me toward Arizona because I am my own man. We are two different people, who can do two totally different things."
Jackson's parents are supportive of whichever school he chooses to attend. "They help me with a little bit of insight, but it is really up to me. They never want to hear me tell them that they made me go to a certain school."
He is scheduled to take the SAT on May 4, and the ACT on June 8. "I'll be cleared by the NCAA Clearinghouse as long as I get my score on either test," Jackson said. He has a core GPA of 3.0.