Jackson Chooses Ducks

One of the West's top uncommitted receivers, Walnut Creek (Calif.) Las Lomas receiver Diante Jackson, made his college choice this weekend...

Walnut Creek (Calif.) Las Lomas receiver Diante Jackson has made his college decision.

The 6-2, 190-pound receiver committed to Oregon, doing so on Friday.

"Yeah, I committed to Oregon," said Jackson. "I'm really happy about it."

Jackson, ranked #7 at receiver in the West, and one of the top uncommitted players at that position in the region, took an official visit to Oregon the first weekend of the season when they hosted Washington.

He also took an official visit to Arizona State and was planning to visit Colorado.

Last night, in the Knights' win over Roseville, Jackson celebrated his commitment with an eight-catch day for 153 yards and a touchdown in the win.

Jackson is the 10th known commit for the Ducks in the class of 2009.

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