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Brandon Jackson
Brandon  Jackson
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Fort Bend, TX

High School:
Austin HS

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 190

Position:
D Back


2006
Started nine of 12 games and finished the year with 17 catches for 188 yards and one touchdown... Hauled in a third-quarter, 33-yard touchdown from Woody Wilson in season opener at Texas, which was his longest reception of the season... Led team in receiving yards at Texas with 45 ... Had multiple receptions in five games, including a season-high four catches against Florida International... Finished the season as team’s second leading receiver ... Averaged 11.1 yards per catch for the season... Had at least one reception in every game except the SMU game in week two... Had one punt return for nine yards against Texas.

2005
Proved a viable second receiving option for Mean Green quarterbacks ... Ranked second on the team with 22 catches for 225 yards and two touchdowns ... Forty-four yard grab from Matt Phillips against UL Monroe proved the second longest pass play of the season ... Made a diving highlight-worthy touchdown catch against Louisiana Tech ... A special teams menace as well, he recovered a blocked punt in the endzone against Florida Atlantic for a touchdown ... Ranked fourth on the team in scoring with 18 points.

2004
Played in six games racking up 50 yards on two catches ... In one of the longest plays of the season, he caught a 43-yard pass from Joey Byerly at Colorado, the biggest in both player’s careers ... Also caught a seven-yard pass in the Wyndham New Orleans Bowl.

High School/Personal
Ended his high school career as one of the top wide receivers in the Houston area ... Ranked among the top 20 wide receivers in Texas by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Magazine ... As a senior, caught 52 passes for 711 yards with 10 touchdowns ... In limited defensive duty he intercepted two passes ... Was second-team all district as a safety his junior year and second-team all-district wide receiver as a senior ... Named to the Austin High School Academic Honor Roll ... Coached by Tom Stuart ... Son of Norris and Inell Jackson ... Born November 29, 1985.

North Texas Mean Green