TCU landed a major commitment on Friday morning, when two-sport athlete Bryson Jackson pledged to the Horned Frogs.
He selected the Frogs over Alabama, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, LSU, and Houston.
Jackson is a stud wide receiver with great speed and fantastic hands. Those hands translate to the baseball field as well, where he’ll also suit up for the Frogs. Jackson has a solid bat and great speed as an outfielder, and he could very well be a major contributor in both sports once he gets on campus.
Jackson is rated as the No. 61 wide receiver in the country for the 2018 class, and he’s the No. 48 player in the state of Texas. The Humble native held over 20 total offers, including from the schools listed above, and Notre Dame, Louisville, Penn State, Wisconsin, Arkansas, Nebraska, and several more.
Jackson becomes the 18th commit for TCU football’s 2018 class, and he’s the fifth wide receiver in the class. Check out the post-commitment video Jackson did with VYPE Houston below.