Jackson, who is one of the top football and track athletes in California, was sidelined with an ankle injury that he suffered while winning the state title in the long jump.
"The injury was just a minor setback," Jackson said. "I can still get my mental reps, learn all the plays and help my team."
The 5-10, 170-pound cornerback has quickly become one of the most sought after players in the 2014 class, with offers from: UCLA, Utah, Nebraska, Washington, Washington State, Colorado, SMU and Northwestern.
"I have been talking to LSU a lot. I hope that I get that offer," said Jackson. "For me being a DB, they produce a lot of defensive backs. I like how they play ball as a team. They all come together as a team and it shows on the field.
"I also have been talking to USC lately, too. It's between those two schools right there. As a little kid before I started playing football USC was the team that I always liked because I watched Reggie Bush a lot."