Jackson, a junior from West Rowan High School in Mount Ulla, N.C, played in only five games this season. However, he is still attracting interest from several schools.
"I am hearing from Oregon, Alabama, Duke, North Carolina State, Nebraska, Pittsburgh, Purdue, Florida, Florida State, Texas A&M, and Auburn," he said. "Duke, Oregon, and Pittsburgh are recruiting me the hardest, but I am still waiting on my first offer."
Although Jackson maintains that he is open to all schools, he did have a favorite school growing up.
"My favorite school is Oregon," said Jackson. "I have always liked them and I really like all the speed that they have."
With the combine behind him, Jackson will focus on becoming a better player.
"I really am going to work on getting stronger and getting my 40 down to a consistent 4.4," he said "I also really want to improve on hitting the hole a little harder and also being patient as a runner," he said.
The Falcons' running back plans to attend several camps this summer.
As for his senior season, Jackson wants to make the most of it.
"I want take my team to the 3-A state championship, get better, and help my teammates," he said.
In five games, Jackson had for 375 yards rushing, 120 yards receiving, 200 return yards, and seven total touchdowns. He bench presses 225 pounds, squats 405, and runs the 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds.