Grass Valley (Calif.) Nevada Union is the school that produced UCLA linebacker and Butkis Award candidate Spencer Havner, and now they have another prospect to keep your eye on in two-way standout Andrew Jackson (6-5, 245, 4.9). Jackson has seven offers on the table.
Jackson earned all-league as a junior as a defensive end, but he also plays offensive tackle for Nevada Union. He is getting looks for his talents on both sides of the ball.
On the season, Jackson has helped Nevada Union to start a perfect 6-0 after racking up 25 tackles and four sacks from his defensive end position.
Jackson has offers on the table from Stanford, Fresno State, Boise State, Utah State, Kentucky, Cal State-Sacramento and Montana.
Jackson has scheduled two visits. The first will to Fresno State on December 16th and to Boise State on January 13th. He has visit pending with Stanford but the date hasn't been figured out yet.
The scouting report on Jackson is he has a non-stop motor and plays full speed whistle-to-whistle. He plays every snap on both offense and defense and never takes a play off.
In the weight room, Jackson benches 330, squats a very impressive 605 and has recorded a 30-inch vertical.
Jackson has a high ceiling and he hasn't reached his full potential as of yet. His best days as a football player are ahead of him. He hasn't finished growing and the odds are he will get bigger.
"I will make up my mind after I take all my visits," Jackson said. "I don't know if I will take all five at this time. I'm still in the process of scheduling."