Jackson makes it six for the Dawgs

Washington got good news on Tuesday when Long Beach (Ca.) Poly CB Kameron Jackson decided to end the recruiting process and commit to them Huskies.

"I'm doing real good, I just committed to Washington," a happy Jackson told Dawgman.com. "I called coach (Demetrice) Martin and told him I wanted to commit and he put me on with coach (Steve) Sarkisian.

"They were both really excited and they even barked which was pretty cool and it made me laugh."

Jackson is a physical corner who posted 25 tackles, four interceptions and 10 passes defensed for Poly as a junior in 2009.

He was getting attention from schools up and down the west coast, but the Huskies were the only ones to offer at this point and he said that was a small reason why he committed.

"I just talked it over with my mom and dad and my coaches," Jackson said. "They thought it was a good school and a good program and they liked coach Martin and the staff up there.

"I'm just real happy it's over and I can focus on getting stronger and faster and focus on my season.

"I'm trying to get my teammate, Corey Waller, to join me. I'm going to come up for the spring game on April 30th I think, so that will be cool to get to see the school and meet with all the coaches in person."

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