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Four-star defensive end Mark Jackson from Cibolo, TX (Steele) announced Monday that he has flipped his commitment from Texas A&M to Oklahoma. Per spoke with Jackson on Monday:

“I needed somewhere where I could not only play football but be a better student, and I think OU (Oklahoma) is it.”

Jackson, who was a defensive end at Steele, will primarily play outside linebacker for the Big 12 Conference program, he said. Jackson is currently ranked as 14th-best weakside defensive end in the national class by 247Sports.
The Aggies currently have 18 commitments for the 2016 class.
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And here it is. That sound you hear is the t-sips/tigers popping the champagne corks.
Reply62 months
Easy decision for the kid I'm sure.
Reply62 months
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