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Four-star defensive tackle McKinnley Jackson had announced that he will sign with Texas A&M over Alabama, LSU, and Auburn.

Jackson was a one-time LSU commit but reopened his recruitment back in February of 2018.


Jackson, a 6-3, 327-pound prospect from George County HS, is rated the No. 9 defensive tackle in the country and the No. 1 overall player from the state of Mississippi for 2020, according to 247Sports.

For more info on Jackson, visit his profile page on our Recruiting Tracker.

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Penny wise, dollar dumb.
Reply5 months
Enjoy your losing seasons
Reply5 months
Time to be irrelevant.
Reply5 months
Zeek
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He said it was a bu$iness decision. Who would choose A&M over LSU,and Alabama.
Reply5 months
have fun with that
Reply5 months
Adios. Enjoy losing. Lol.
Reply5 months
And he said he KNEW where he was going a year ago. That was before A&M losing 50-3 and LSU going 15-0 @ winning a NC. He must really want to be an Aggie. eaTme.
5 months
Lol
Reply5 months
I am surprised. Of all places, that is the last one I expected but then again the Faggies are flush with cash. Good for that kid, now let's smash them his entire career.
Reply5 months
Welcome to mediocrity! Enjoy the view from below.
Reply5 months
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