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Jackson: Tight End at Tennessee

Tennessee poached Inglewood's Chauntez Jackson out of Pac-12 territory. The Volunteers netted a versatile athlete who they want to move to the offensive side of the football. Jackson says he is ready for the big switch on the field and in his living environment.

Inglewood's Chauntez Jackson prides himself on his versatility. "I can play anywhere on the field," the six-foot-four, 235 pound athlete said at the Cal State Game. He enjoyed action primarily at defensive end in high school, but began seeing extended time at tight end his senior year. Jackson confirmed that Tennessee still views him as a tight end after they offered him a scholarship at... Recommended Stories

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