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Four-star defensive tackle CamRon Jackson announced this week that he has flipped his commitment from LSU to Memphis.

Jackson, 6-6, 270-pound prospect from Haynesville, La., originally committed to LSU in 2018 but did not sign with the Tigers this past February to focus on his grades.

With Jackson headed to Memphis, LSU sits at 24 signees for the 2020 class with one open spot remaining.

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I remember when he committed. Was hoping he would have stayed, but Memphis is good program and hopefully he does very well there.
Reply13 days
I remember when he committed. Was hoping he would have stayed, but Memphis is good program and hopefully he does very well there.
Reply13 days
I wish CamRon the best as a MemPhis TiGer.
Reply14 days
Walkin in Memphis, but do I really feel the way I feel
Reply14 days
Good luck, big fella.
Reply14 days
This the reason I stopped following recruiting. Damn kids.
Reply14 days
Damn, I had a lot more “KILLA” posts lined up.
Reply15 days
It’s all about grades and such. Don’t knock the young man. Understand he missed on the reigning NCs to go to Memphis......it hit him harder than anyone.
Reply15 days
Grades
Reply16 days
#processed
Reply16 days
Not every player that moves on is "processed". Seems as though he has academic issues
15 days
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