Adoree' Jackson already has a bunch of offers but there is one SEC school he's especially hoping to get an offer from and that could be a big deal in his recruitment.
"It's too early to tell a leader but my favorite interest right now is LSU," Jackson said. "I really like them a lot. That's been my favorite college since I was a little kid so if I get that offer I'd be happy. It would be pretty big."
Jackson is a 5-foot-10, 172-pound shutdown cornerback from Gardena (Calif.) Serra who shined once again this past weekend with the 1925 All-Stars at the Passing Down SoCal 7on7 Regional at Fullerton College.
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Also a track standout, Jackson already lists offers from Colorado, Nebraska, Northwestern, SMU, UCLA, Utah, Washington and Washington State.
Through his sophomore season and into this off-season Jackson has proven to be a special cornerback who almost never gets beaten and always makes it difficult for wide receivers to get open.
Since so much more might happen as his recruitment continues, the 2014 prospect said it's still too early to name frontrunners.
"I'm still being patient," Jackson said. "I'm just trying to work on getting better because I still have to improve and I'm just going to keep working hard.
"It's not hard being patient because I know I'm still young and I'm not that developed yet. I have to develop and I'll get better and I know more offers will come."
This summer Jackson is headed to Atlanta for the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge and that exposure could help him even more in recruiting and improving as a player.
The Gardena Serra star is looking forward to it.
"It would be good to go against all that experience," Jackson said. "There are going to be great players there and I can get better at my game. I can show what I learned to my team and I can be a better leader with my team."