DB Michael Jackson of Hoover, AL remains committed to Miami but is still thinking hard about Clemson, Jackson, who had 12 tackles in the recent Alabama-Mississippi All Star Game, plans to set up an official visit with the Tigers after the dead period ends.
"I feel pretty good about my Miami commitment but Clemson was my dream school growing up,, so I don't know how it's going to play out," Jackson said. "My visit to Clemson will determine if I stay committed to Miami or change to Clemson. I've always dreamed of running down the hill and touching the rock, and I love coach Swinney. It's either Clemson or Miami."
Another factor is now available DB Mark Fields Jr., the former USC commitment who has an official visit set with Clemson for January 17th. He's a more highly regarded prospect and it's not likely Clemson will take Jackson if it lands Fields.
Jackson finished the season with 35 tackles and 2 interceptions.