At the start of the 2007 college football season, former Appalachian State wide receiver Dexter Jackson felt like he had a legitimate shot at making it to the National Football League. During that time, Jackson was of the belief he would be a seventh round selection or at worst a rookie free agent...[details]
The Good: This lightning-quick receiver and return specialist has shown the ability to get open consistently. Jackson is a solid deep threat and an athletic playmaker. This small-school performer played well in big games such as the 2007 season-opening upset of Michigan.
The Bad: Jackson lacks size and will have to prove he can fight through bump-and-run coverages. He's strictly a role player and may never be more than a No. 4 or No. 5 receiver. His main contributions will probably come in the return game.
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