Jackson is an O-line prospect who should probably be getting a ton more buzz than he is already getting. He possesses excellent height and looks to be a well put together big man. Jackson looks to have the frame that can support additional size with time in a college weight program. He displays good ankle and hip flexibility working from a three-point stance. He is able to get off the ball with good quickness and into defenders. He is able to deliver a jolting initial blow on contact as he can fire out low and get under defenders’ pads and into them with good hip roll. He gets his hands on and displays the ability to flatten defenders with his initial surge. He can generate good leg drive; Jackson does a good job of keeping his feet moving and his base under him. He moves very well and shows good pull/trap ability. He can quickly get down the line and turn up field. Displays good agility to play on his feet in space, can locate well and get a hat on active second level defenders and displays the ability to make contact with crushing results in space as well. Does a good job of climbing up to second level. Jackson displays nastiness as a blocker and looks to punish defenders and put them on the ground. In pass protection, he can get set quickly and displays good ability to stay balanced and kick back to the deep-set point. Displays good patience to not chase. Jackson is a good prospect with ability to develop at tackle and could play guard as well. As Jackson continues polishing his tools, he can be one of the best High School O-lineman in his class.