Deondre Jackson, Texas A&M transfer RB, announces latest commitment
Deondre Jackson has landed on his latest new team as the transfer running back from Texas A&M has announced a commitment to play in the Big 12.
Jackson will play at Oklahoma State.
Jackson spent 2 seasons in College Station where he had just 3 carries in 5 games. The 5-foot-11, 230-pound running back has three years of eligibility remaining. Coming out of high school, Jackson was a 3-star prospect coming out of Stone Mountain, Georgia (Stephenson) in the 2020 class. He ranked as the No. 49 running back and No. 79 overall recruit regardless of position in Georgia by 247Sports.
Jackson recently committed to Nebraska, but backed off that pledge where he was expected to enroll this summer.
Jackson redshirted with the Aggies in 2020. He saw his first action as an Aggie in a win against South Carolina, when he had 2 carries for 15 yards. Jackson played in 4 games this past season as a redshirt freshman and had one carry.
— Deondre Jackson (@1Deondrejackson) May 5, 2022
Coming out of high school, Jackson posted 1,220 rushing yards on 183 attempts and 20 touchdowns in his career. At that point, he held offers from Auburn, Alabama, Florida, Louisville, Maryland, Michigan State, Nebraska, North Carolina, Ohio State, Purdue, South Carolina, Syracuse, Tennessee and many others during his high school recruitment.