Jackson is player to remember

Adoree Jackson has proven time and again to be one of the top prospects in California's 2014 class and it's starting to show in his recruitment.
The Gardena (Calif.) Serra cornerback said Nebraska, Utah, Colorado, Northwestern, Washington, SMU and UCLA have all been involved and he's thrilled about how busy things have gotten.
"It's amazing," Jackson said. "I'm lost for words. I dreamed of this as a little kid, being a top recruit and having all these offers. All my dreams are coming true and I'm blessed that it's happening for me."
Jackson, who shined last Sunday at the IMG Madden 7-on-7 West Regional in Redondo Beach, Calif., said he's going to take recruiting slowly because more teams are getting involved all the time.
He was coy whether or not he had a leader yet - Jackson said he did not but smiled while saying it - and taking a lot of unofficial visits if possible seems like the plan.
"I'm taking it slow, seeing all the options I have and trying to weigh it out and see what's best for me," Jackson said.
"I would like to take a lot of visits to see how they are and what they can offer and see if it's something I'd like enough to stay there for four years of college."
Something else that could influence Jackson's future decision is whether he can run track at the next level. The Gardena Serra standout would like to do it but it doesn't seem like an absolute deal breaker if it can't be figured out.
"I want to run track," Jackson said. "I do long jump, that's what I love to do, it's something I take seriously. I hope it could happen in college. If they don't want me to of course I have to do what the coaches say."