McKinnley Jackson, LSU's lone commitment for the class of 2020, was dominant during the Army All-American combine drills on Friday.

Jackson, who recently finished his sophomore season at George County HS in Mississippi, is already one of the top players in the country for the class of 2020.

The 6-2, 300-pound prospect is rated the No. 3 defensive tackle in the country and the No. 1 overall player from the state of Mississippi, according to 247Sports' 2020 rankings.



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

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That dude is a beast!
Reply35 months
Waiting for the “im reopening my recruitment” tweet. Hope this kid isnt like the others and actually stays committed. With O and Aranda, could work himself into a future first rounder.
Reply35 months
Beast hand usage. Dude is a stud today.
Reply35 months
Eaux is a DL coach and a great recruiter, correct? I know the kid is a long way from signing day, but just sayin...
Reply35 months
Stay in touch with this young man! 6’2” 300lbs. and still growing! This kid can come in and start right away! Incredible! O keeps stacking the lines with guys like thi, and the Tigers will definitely get back to the top!
Reply35 months
Lots of time for Alabama to put together a financial incentive plan. Hope the kid sticks with LSU
Reply35 months
That's what I'm sayin'. He's not gonna get away from Nick if Nick wants him.
35 months
I hope he knows the meaning of the word "commitment."
Reply35 months
Dat baw good
Reply35 months
Great hands and leverage. Hope to hold onto him.
Reply35 months
Damn, there might as well not have been anyone trying to block him on all but 1 of those highlights. He completely dominated. That's as bad as you can get whipped right there. He made those oline men look like a bunch of wannabes. Yep, he's really good. He has a killer swim move already and his bull rush is nice too. Very quick for a guy his size too. Jackson is gonna be a good one for us! Geaux tigers!
Reply35 months
he looks like he could get playing time at LSU as a high school junior. Unbelievable.
Reply35 months
I'll be shocked if he makes it here.
Reply35 months
He's fast and strong, but his technique for a sophomore is incredible.
Reply35 months
Hope he doesn't read this board!
Reply35 months
Fawk. That's a man.
Reply35 months
Glenn Dorsey clone.
Reply35 months
Bingo. Even if he doesn't get there, he's tying up two on the OL to stop him.
35 months
Sophomore in high school?!?!? Geez. Good job O and Aranda
Reply35 months
That's a grown man right there!
Reply35 months
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