Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Saline High School (MI) dual-threat quarterback Josh Jackson picked up his 4th offer on Tuesday when West img_0380_josh_jacksonVirginia offered the 2016 prospect.

Jackson, 6-foot-2 and 200 pounds has offers from West Virgina, Northwestern, Miami (OH) and Eastern Michigan, with interest from Arizona, Wake Forest, Penn State and Michigan.

In 2014, Jackson threw for 1,863-yards on 127 of 190 passing, good enough for 67% and 16 touchdowns. He added another 783 yards on the ground and 10 touchdowns.

BGS.com had a chance to catch up with Jackson on Tuesday evening.

“Probably my biggest offer and means a lot to me.” he said.

Jackson tells us that Mountaineer defensive coordinator Tony Gibson extended the offer, and at this point he plans on visiting WVU and Northwestern in the future.

 

Josh Jackson Highlights

 

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