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CU At The Game Podcast Interview: Senior wide receiver Jaylon Jackson

Welcome back to our CU at the Game NIL Interview series.

In this episode, we meet CU senior wide receiver Jaylon Jackson. A speedster out of a highly regarded high school program in Texas, Jackson learned some of life’s lessons early, missing almost all of his junior and senior years with torn ACL’s. Despite the setbacks, Jackson had offers from the Pac-12, the Big 12, and the SEC.

So … Who is Jaylon Jackson? How was he able to overcome not one, not two, not three, but four season-ending injuries in his career to be named not only an All-conference Special teams player by the Pac-12 coaches, but a captain by his teammates? … What was it like being a part of a recruiting Class which included Laviska Shenault and KD Nixon, CU recruits Jackson played against in high school? … And what can we take from Jackson’s quote that he wished he could have had two or three more years with the current coaching staff?  …

Let’s find out …

Previous podcasts … All of the Episodes from Season 1 (2020), and Season 2 (2021), can be downloaded here … The most recent … 

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2 Replies to “CUATG Interview: Wide Receiver Jaylon Jackson”

  1. I like what he says about our new offensive coaches. Coaching matters. It may take a couple years but I think these players can play and if they buy in we will see it.

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