Breaking Down J.C. Jackson

Immokalee high school two-way standout J.C. Jackson breaks down his game. Currently a verbal commitment to Florida State, Jackson recently named the Gators number one on his list.

J.C. Jackson announced his intentions to play for Jimbo Fisher and the Seminoles but head coach Will Muschamp has targeted the two-way standout and you know what that means. Jackson checks in from Immokalee (FL) Immokalee high school and has verbal offers from schools such as Florida State, Clemson, Florida, Ohio State and Tennessee to name a few.

Check out Jackson in action from his Sophomore season.

Breaking Down J.C. Jackson:

Jackson could find himself on either side of the ball at the next level but with the Gators he is a cornerback prospect. On the offensive side of the ball he shows great instincts, quickness and hands. At 5'11 and 185-pounds he has good height/weight for the corner position and brings the attitude needed to play the position out on an island. Height, hips and hands is not all you need to be a shutdown cornerback prospect but it's a great start and Jackson has all three.

Jackson talked about his game and what he feels he does best.

"I am fast and will come burn people and will come down and hit you. My weakness is I need to study my opponent more. I do not take plays off and no passes are getting caught on my side."


Will Jackson Be a Gator?.

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