Michigan Wolverine Commit: Jeremy Jackson -- Posted 2/28/09

ErocWolverineSenior Writer IMarch 17, 2009

Jeremy Jackson

Height: 6'2"
Weight: 175 lbs.
High School: Huron High School (Michigan)
High School Coach: Joel Przygodski
Position: Wide Receiver
Recruiter:
Class: 2010 Recruiting Class (Verbal Commit)

Jeremy Jackson:

Overview: He is a tall smooth split end who is a very good athlete. He has a very nice frame and should be able to add weight as he matures physically. He is strictly an offensive player. There is no film showing him playing defense or special teams. Good get for Coach Rod and staff.

Strengths: Has a big body with long arms and uses those assets very well. He shields opponents away from the ball and uses his long arms and jumping ability to catch the fades. Catches the ball with his hands and makes nice cuts.

Needs Work: He is not overly explosive and does not separate as well as we would like to see at this point in his career. He also needs to get stronger. After the catch, he shown nothing special. He is very young and, with maturity, should overcome many of his weaknesses.

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