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>>>>>247's Justin Hopkins' very early take on Adoree's recruitment:
(we saw) Serra (Calif.) corner Adoree' Jackson get that fifth star bump. It wasn't a huge increase, but it was enough to go from No. 33 up to No. 21 for Jackson and earn that fifth star. Jackson already has just about every offer he needs, but USC, UCLA and LSU look to be the early contenders.
Latest jumps in the top 247, is USC about to get busy and the Ducks have changed things up from their old habits.
Sound like he wants to be a DB and that would certainly help us recruit him but with the log jam at guys interested in us at the position and his insane skill set, is he receptive at all of playing a slash roll like Black Mamba? He could really make some hay on offense I think.
Hopkins saying LSU vs USC with the home team keeping him out there.
"Currently this appears to be a heavy battle between USC and LSU, with UCLA behind those two. Florida, Michigan and Texas A&M are also in the game, but don't be surprised if this one comes down to the Trojans or Tigers."
...it's going to be tough to beat USC in the end.
CB - Adoree' Jackson - Serra, Calif. - No. 21 overall player
Jackson is simply a rare breed on the football field with his speed and athleticism. The 5-foot-11, 185-pound prep can be found all over the field helping his team during the season. While Jackson could play a number of positions, he will likely end up at corner in the college ranks.
The No. 21 player in the country has collected offers from around the country, including several big tenders from the SEC. Currently this appears to be a heavy battle between USC and LSU, with UCLA behind those two. Florida, Michigan and Texas A&M are also in the game, but don't be surprised if this one comes down to the Trojans or Tigers.
Once again, it's late March making this a very early prediction, but it's going to be tough to beat USC in the end.
This post was edited by chinese58 on 3/27/2013 at 5:40 PM
At least he isn't from Los Angeles, so fighting USC isn't hopeless. I'd love to get T.Brown wrapped up early and be able to sell Adoree on the idea of spending his career in a defense with both corners shut down, so they can't just throw away from him all the time. Great competitors love to be challenged, not dodged.
Adoree is actually from Illinois... I'm not sure when he moved to Cali, but I would not call USC the "home team"
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