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4-star 2019 WR Kenyon Jackson picks up Texas offer

Another high-upside wide receiver is now on the Texas Longhorns’ radar.


Texas remains in the mix with several elite 2018 wide receiver prospects but that hasn’t stopped the ‘Horns from throwing their name into the mix with some of the nation’s top 2019 talent.

Four-star Loganville (Ga.) Grayson becomes the latest to receive interest from Tom Herman’s program, as the highly-coveted talent picked up a Texas offer on Wednesday.

With Texas now in the mix, Jackson holds 18 total offers to date, including invitations from Florida State, LSU, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Louisville, Oregon, Tennessee and Texas A&M, among others.

His Longhorns offer now makes him the ninth 2019 wide receiver to be added to Texas’ big board at the position as part of a group headlined by a trio of five-star prospects in Fort Bend Travis product Arjei Henderson, Cuero native Jordan Whittington and Allen star Theo Wease.

A 6’5, 200-pound pass catcher, Jackson’s MaxPreps profile lists him as having recorded 19 receptions for 472 yards and three touchdowns in 2017.

Jackson is ranked as the nation’s No. 280 player, No. 45 receiver and the No. 34 player in Georgia, perhaps the 247Sports Composite rankings.