This week my scouting report is on Gardena (CA) Junipero Serra cornerback Adoree' Jackson, who is originally from Illinois and is familiar with the midwest. Michigan offered him a few weeks back, and he has shown interest, although he has also said that LSU is his dream school. He's an electrifying player who could play a few different positions in college.
Scouting Report: Adoree' Jackson
The fact he is open to going east to play might give us a foot in the door. Normally you see a guy like this staying on the west coast somewhere. Like always, getting him on campus will be the next big goal.
great ball skills, great speed and looks very smooth and fluid. A little to much of a hot dog for my liking though.
Yeah...that needs to be toned down a little bit. He's going to cost his team some touchdowns if high-steps like that in college.
Dude got skills. The next Charles Woodson.
Kiffin is so vulnerable that every program will take a hard run at him. Plus, Robert Woods has been less than glowing about Kiffin, so the alma mater connection might be a weakness for USC.
Once he visits AA then we can consider him a viable target.
I didn't realize that Kiffin coached LSU.
comment entails, but LSU as a stated favorite supports my point.
Junipero Serra is 10 miles from USC and a Trojan stronghold with Woods, Farmer and Lee in just the last few years. Woods stated his annoyance at Kiffin's playcalling and overall dysfunction.
Hence, his interest in LSU or UM or others is helped by Kiffin's mess.
Has he shown much interest to date? I know his name keeps popping up regarding targets for Michigan and as a target into which the coaches seem to be pouring a lot of energy, but I have not seen anything attributed to Adoree' that leaves me all that hopeful. From what I have heard and in a comparison of measurables, between Adoree' and Peppers I think Michigan stands a better chance of landing Peppers (you provided Hoke waits a season to leave for the NFL)
He has shown interest. There are certain "insiders" who think Michigan has a pretty good shot...but LSU seems to be the leader. I think everyone is playing catch-up to them right now.
Touch the banner needs an app so it's easier for me to read on my phone at work.
I smell a volunteer who wants to design an app... :o)
You know about a year and a half ago when I had just got done with grad school for the first time, I would have been all about it. I had all the free time in the world. Now, I'm in the middle of my second thesis and I don't have time for shit. That's why I need the app, so I can use company time instead of mine.
Let's see...another college degree or designing an app for TTB? I think you're making the wrong choice, but whatever.
...saw his Serra team torch my high school team (which a pretty good squad with a couple D1 players) this year. Jackson had a few nice receptions on O, couple nice tackles, nice pick for about 25 yards...and is a monster punt returner. Also went to same school as USC stud receivers Marquise Lee & Robert Woods.
I gave up compliance and now am working to becoming an athletic director in a St Louis high school. Where buy I can unethically convince the gifted athletes to go to Michigan. There are some schools on the Metro East side that are beginning to pump out some D1 kids, such as O'Fallon and Edwardsville IL. So yes I have some devious intentions.
Good for you. I've seen some poor athletic directors, so hopefully you'll be a good one.
this kid is like stefon diggs
Jackson is smaller, but they do have similar all-around skills.