Jackson has great hands. He looks the pass all the way in, and makes the proper adjustments mid-flight to make some exciting, acrobatic catches. Jackson is elusive after the catch too, and his first step is often used to fake out the defender right out of his cleats for additional yardage. From a footwork and technical skill stand point, Jackson has a lot of what FBS schools look for. Against South Gwinnett he dominated with 8 receptions, 149 yards and tied the school record with 4 TDs. His senior year we have seen him lined up in the slot a lot, and he’s been taking advantage of that mismatch a ton. Realistically he could really pour on the weight and end up weight well over 220 pounds. Proper training and I think you can definitely increase his top-end speed but he’s a possession receiver at the end of the day.