Jonathan Jackson
DE | (6'2", 235, 4.6) | Oklahoma

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Overall: Jackson played in six games as a true freshman at Oklahoma in 2001 before taking over as a fulltime starter in 2002 when he was named honorable mention All-Big12. Jackson started all 14 games at defensive end as a junior in 2003 and finished with 11 tackles for loss and five sacks. Jackson had his best season as a senior in 2004 when he finished the 13-game season with 42 tackles, 10 TFL and eight sacks. He finished his career with 40-consecutive starts. Jackson is an undersized defensive end that will need to move to linebacker in the NFL. He has good speed and upside as a pass rusher but limited experience dropping into coverage and no experience playing a traditional linebacker position. Jackson would fit best as a rush linebacker in a 3-4 scheme in the NFL. He could find a niche in the NFL as a situational ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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