On Wednesday, Royse City wide receiver Ketron Jackson released his list of top seven schools and the Texas Longhorns made the cut.
The other contenders for the 6’2, 186-pounder include Arkansas, Colorado, Oregon State, SMU, TCU, and Texas A&M. Before the coronavirus pandemic halted campus visits, Jackson went to Junior Days at Arkansas and Texas A&M. The Longhorns offered Jackson in early March, with the Mustangs and Buffaloes officially entering his recruitment early last month.
There isn’t a strong consensus about which schools leads for the Royse City product, but Arkansas and TCU both hold 247Sports Crystal Ball predictions for Jackson.
A consensus four-star prospect, Jackson is ranked as the No. 150 player nationally and the No. 28 wide receiver, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.
Texas currently holds 11 commitments in the 2021 recruiting class, including Louisiana wide receiver Casey Cain.