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Bryce Jackson

Bryce Jackson, Chandler H.S. (AZ) class of 2018

Offers from Air Force Academy, Navy and University Nevada Los Vegas (UNLV) and Northern Arizona University (Committed to UNLV)







 

SEASON HIGHLIGHTShttps://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=oTMQ1_FlC60 

GPA: 3.5
Athletics: football (rated as #2 defensive back in AZ)
Position: Defensive Back

Height: 5ft 10in.
Standing reach:  92.5
Weight: 185 pounds
40 time: 4.62 at Nike SPARQ combine
Pro shuttle: 4.44 Nike SPARQ combine
Vertical:  38.2 inches- Nike SPARQ combine
Power Ball:  39 feet
Combine Accomplishments: Nike SPARQ rating 101.19 (top 5 in his class), Nike The Opening camp invite only California and National Underclassmen Combine AZ MVP (DB), Regional Ultimate 100 invitee (2015 & 2016) and Under Armour Combine 2010.  2017 Nike the Opening in Dallas TX 98.91 SPARQ rating.

College Major: Sports Medicine
Community service:   Life skills mentor and assistant coach for A&B Football workshops and athletic clinics and mentor Thororbed Football
Colleges showing heavy interest: University of Nebraska, Arizona State University, Wisconsin, Stanford, University of Massachusetts, Harvard, Stanford, Brown University, Louisville, Eastern Michigan, University of Idaho, University of Colorado, Northern Arizona University and Michigan State University, South Dakota State

Press (News articles):

On defense, one player stood out among the others: 2018 defensive back Bryce Jackson (5-9, 175) out of Chandler, Ariz. Jackson had 30 tackles for Chandler as a sophomore and is considered one of the better 2018 prospects in Arizona. He’s built and explosive, and, in coverage situations, he adjusted well to the ball. Jackson would probably have to add an inch or two to play corner at Nebraska, but he’s one to watch.  http://www.omaha.com/huskers/blogs/observations-from-the-june-friday-night-lights-camp/article_be4b08e4-2f8d-11e6-b995-9fbcf46b417d.html

On defense, one player stood out among the others: 2018 cornerback Bryce Jackson (5-9, 175) out of Chandler, Ariz. Jackson had 30 tackles for Chandler as a sophomore and is considered one of the better 2018 prospects in Arizona. He’s built and explosive, and, in coverage situations, he adjusted well to the ball. Jackson would probably have to add an inch or two to play corner at Nebraska, but he’s one to watch. http://www.omaha.com/huskers/blogs/observations-from-the-june-friday-night-lights-camp/article_be4b08e4-2f8d-11e6-b995-9fbcf46b417d.html

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