An offensive lineman who at one time was pledged to Florida is now fully commited to the Ragin’ Cajuns.
George Jackson initially fully commited to the Gators in November 2018, when he was a sophomore at Stephenson Large in Stone Mountain, Ga. The Sports activities Illustrated All-American and All-State decide on decommitted in Oct, and on Friday night he announced he’ll be signing with the Cajuns.
“This has been a extensive, difficult journey,” Jackson wrote on Twitter.
“I was doubted, slept on, lied on and counted out but I’m enthusiastic to say … I’m attending a school that currently feels like household and that believes in me and will build me to my finest possible.”
Jackson is 1 of two recruits previously committed to a Energy 5 method who pledged to the Cajuns late in the 7 days, becoming a member of KC Ossai, a linebacker from Texas who had been committed to Arizona.
Ossai and Jackson can make their commitments formal Wednesday on Countrywide Signing Day.
The 6-foot-5, 317-pound Jackson explained to The Each day Advertiser his recruiting choice finally came down to Florida Condition, Georgia Tech, Arkansas Condition and Louisiana-Lafayette.
3 different Florida Point out coaching staffs available him, Jackson reported. Auburn also offered and was in the photo until eventually following a coaching staff improve pursuing the 2020 season.
Jackson mentioned he was swayed to UL by mentor Billy Napier, offensive coordinator/offensive line coach Rob Sale and running backs coach Jabbar Juluke.
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“I feel in what the coaches are doing,” he said Saturday morning. “They’re the No. 15 staff in the state.
“I feel like Mentor Sale can get me to the up coming level,” Jackson additional, “and I just want to be close to great persons.”
Jackson is the No. 43 offensive guard in the place according to ESPN.com and No. 91 recruit in Ga in accordance to 247Athletics Composite rankings.