Shortly after Nevada’s pro day concluded, running back Don Jackson met with the Houston Texans. Jackson is one of many running backs with whom the Texans have met this off-season leading up to the NFL Draft.
Jackson ranks 13th in program history with 2,318 rushing yards and had 19 total touchdowns in is Wolfpack career. In 2015, Jackson started all 12 games at running back, rushing for 1,209 yards and 8 touchdowns. He and his teammate James Butler both rushed for for 1,000 yards marking the third time in school history for a duo to accomplish that feat.
Jackson started his football career at Iowa Western Community College, leading the nation in yards per carry in 2012. That team that won the junior college national championship and was Jackson was named co-offensive MVP in the title game.
The Texans will find more depth to bring to camp and it is a matter of looking under every rock to pick the right back for the offense.