West Chester (Pa.) Westchester Henderson linebacker Myles Jackson has been receiving a lot of good news lately.
Earlier in the week the 6-foot-4, 225-pound senior prospect picked up an offer from UConn, his first offer from a BCS school. He had already received offers from Temple and Toledo and he is still intent on giving each of those schools a fair shot.
Now he has even more to think about as another Big East school has extended an offer.
"I received an offer from Rutgers last night," Jackson reported on Friday morning.
"I talked to coach (Kirk) Ciarocca on the phone and he let me know. I like them a lot. I've been on campus a few times and I've always left with a good impression."
With so many developments in the recruiting process of late Jackson plans on taking his time and letting everything sink in.
"Right now I don't have a favorite. I'm just focusing on my season right now because we are in the playoffs. I'll take officials (after the season) and then go from there."
Jackson is ranked the No. 37 prospect in Pennsylvania's Class of 2011 by Rivals.com.