The Good: Jackson shows explosiveness each time he gets the ball in his hands as a receiver or as a returner. He has a burst that allows him to separate from defenders and score from anywhere on the field. He possesses fine hands and outstanding open-field running skills. His ability to run short routes and turn them into long gains makes him an ideal fit for a West Coast offense.
The Bad: Jackson needs to show he can beat the bump-and-run at the line of scrimmage. His relative lack of strength makes his ability to handle the physical nature of the NFL a major question.
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