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Five-star Jackson Jeffcoat sets announcement time ($)


Friday during a 10 A.M. CST press conference at Plano West High School, ESPN's Gerry Hamilton reports.

Jeffcoat Down To Three ($)


Jackson Jeffcoat update -- ESPN reports that the Plano West defensive end narrowed his choices to Texas, Oklahoma, and Houston, eliminating Arizona State. [Update]: Now it looks like Jim Jeffcoat is saying that there will be no announcement on Sunday.

Fox 4 Producer: Jackson Jeffcoat to Announce 1/31


According to a tweet from Kevin Morrell, the executive sports producer at Fox 4, the Dallas affiliate, Jackson Jeffcoat will announce his collegiate decision on January 31st live on the station. No word on the in-home visit Mack Brown had with the Jeffcoats on Wednesday, but there will be few details to emerge from the meeting. Jeffcoat is still expected to take his official visit to Oklahoma this weekend.

Jackson Jeffcoat May Announce Next Week

[Update]: Jim Jeffcoat says he will remain at Houston. Certainly the first official word from Jeffcoat on the matter, but it may or may not be the final word on the situation. --GoBR-- In an interview with the Houston Fox affiliate, Jackson Jeffcoat indicated that he will take his official visit to Oklahoma this week and may make his final decision next week. Both Jackson and Jim acknowledged that there isn't any pressure to go to attend college at Houston, the school that currently employs the elder Jeffcoat. It's the same official party line the two have maintained throughout the process. What could alter that paradigm significantly is a change in employment for Jim Jeffcoat. Rumors have flown over the last several days about Jeffcoat possibly replacing Chris Wilson at Oklahoma as the defensive line coach, the same job Jim currently occupies at Houston. If that does occur, the family would no doubt maintain the same official stance, but the possibility of having father, son, and sister all in Norman would surely have some appeal to the family as a whole. Another possibility is that Jeffcoat could step into the role of defensive coordinator at Houston, a job that is also currently available. One school that is no longer in the running for Jackson is USC after the departure of Pete Carroll and Ken Norton, Jr. The remaining finalists are Oklahoma, Houston, Arizona State, and Texas. As for the Longhorns, a blogger for Star Local News (whatever that is), opines that Jeffcoat is headed to Texas, based on a conversation with an anonymous source that never actually included said anonymous source making any confirmation of the Plano West star becoming a Longhorn other than a knowing smile accompanying the standard denial of said knowledge. So, yeah. The news is that the blogger did learn that the presumed future coach of Jeffcoat will be visiting Plano in the next several days and Mack Brown has not taken his in-home visit with the Jeffcoats yet and would have to do so within days to fit into the current timeframe of a week or so. However, it's also not clear if any of the other coaches have taken their in-home visits. With how little news has emerged throughout the process about Jackson's true feelilngs, it's almost hard to believe that he's approaching a final decision. In the Fox interview, Jeffcoat indicated that process hasn't been particularly stressful for him, unlike some other recruits, no doubt because of the intense protection his father has provided and the lockdown on information. And that lockdown makes all speculation concerning Jeffcoat's recruitment even more speculative than most than normal.

Cedar Hill Tops Plano West, 31-22


It looks like Jackson Jeffcoat will be able to make it down to Austin next weekend after all. Aaron Benson's Cedar Hill team took down Plano West, with the star linebacker recording 2.5 sacks. Jeffcoat had an interception and "several tackles for loss." In other playoff games, Westlake edged San Antonio Madison, 31-27, eliminating Aaron Green's team from the playoffs. The Westlake defense held the star back to 46 yards rushing.

2010 Commits in the Playoffs


A breakdown of the 2010 football commits who will begin play in the playoffs this week. I believe that out of the 20 commits, only John Harris won't be participating, as Naaman Forest lost an elimination game last week. Also, keep an eye on the matchup between Plano West and Cedar Hill -- Jackson Jeffcoat plans on taking his official visit to Austin next weekend, but may not be able to make it if West manages to pull the upset on the undefeated Longhorns. [Update]:Reggie Wilson and the Haltom Buffaloes were eliminated Thursday night by Arlington Martin, 50-6, ending Wilson's high school career. The star defensive end will enroll at Texas for the spring semester. Taylor Bible's Denton Guyer squad beat Saginaw Boswell, 59-28. 2011 quarterback JW Walsh had a 34-yard touchdown run and finished with 12 carries for 115 yards and another rushing touchdown. Lake Travis beat Crocket 58-7 and may face Malcolm Brown's Steele squad if they win this week.

Jackson Jeffcoat to attend Red River Shootout


Nice to see JJ will be in the house when Muschamp goes 2-0 vs OU. While this is nowhere near as monumental as if Jeffcoat had made it down to Austin with his father, it is an important visit, as Jeffcoat should see up close and personal just how much better Muschamp coaches a defense than Venables. As mentioned in the comments, the major reason why this is much less important than Jeffcoat making it down to campus is because the coaching staff can have no contact with him at the game. Bummer. However, this is still a chance for the Longhorns to make a major impact with him on a major stage. --GoBR--

Rivals Updates the LSR 100


Darius White takes over the pole position, followed by Jeffcoat, Seastrunk, Reggie Wilson, and Taylor Bible. Unsurprisingly, a few Longhorn commits shot up: Tevin Jackson moved from 65 to 8, Chris Jones from NR to 12, Bryant Jackson from 50 to 13, Ashton Dorsey from NR to 23, Adrian Phillips from 81 to 24, and Greg Daniels from NR to 37. There's a lot of variance in these rankings, so take them for what you will. I'll let GoBR handle the rest of the heavy lifting.

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