Profile for 2010 U of M Commit Jeremy Jackson

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  • Name: Jeremy Jackson
  • Position: Wide Receiver
  • Height & Weight: 6’3” 195 lbs.
  • High School: Huron River Rats (MI)

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Here is links to 2 Videos on Athlete Vault: One Two




Advantages on being Fred Jackson’s (U of M Assistant) son: “The advantages are that you get to see the work ethicScout II of college players and you get to meet all of them. You learn their stories and you learn how they got to Michigan  and became who they are.. you meet the best players and you get to learn from them.”

On getting to play at U of M: “All eyes are on you when you play in that stadium. What excites me is 100,000 people at every game – that’s the biggest thing.”

Link to an excellent interview on MGoBlog: Link


Scouts, Inc.: “Jackson is a big, lumbering wide receiver prospect with great size and a thick build. He is strong and knows how to use his size. He has a nice combination of size and athleticism. Possesses long arms and a wide catching radius. Comes off the ball hard and will push defensive backs off him. Looks a bit like an H-back type.. He can make the first defender miss, but isn’t very sudden. Lacks great burst out of his breaks and may struggle to create the same separation at the college level. Overall, Jackson is reliable, athletic and he does the most important thing — he consistently catches the football. Some guys will be flashier and more explosive, but Jackson is very productive.”

Ann Arbor News Ann Arbor Huron Head Coach Joel Przygodski: “He brings a lot to a team. The most tangible aspect of his game can’t be seen on film – he is so smart on the field. He’s a very, very difficult player to game plan for. We just shake our heads at some of the things that young man has done.”

Joe Schmid, U.S. All-American Bowl Director: “He has the height and wingspan you like to see in a target receiver at the next level. He definitely looks like the type of player that can do well in the Big 10. Jeremy has good hands and speed, and he should be a nice fit in that offense that Rich Rodriguez likes to run.”


2008 (Sr.) Ann Arbor Huron 47 691 14.7 7
2007 (Jr.) Ann Arbor Huron 41 535 13.0 3



Links for this profile: ESPN Ann Arbor News Maize ‘n Blue Nation Ann Arbor News II