Commit of the week: J.C. Jackson


Before heading to Gainesville last Saturday to attend Florida’s game against Tennessee, J.C. Jackson led Immokalee to a 26-3 victory over Naples Barron Collier.

The ESPN150 member accounted for 12 of his team’s points.

Jackson scored twice, made two interceptions and caught a pair of passes for 31 yards in the game. He also finished with three tackles and two punt returns for 22 yards.

It was the second straight win for the Indians, who brought their record to 2-2 with Friday’s result.

Here are some other UF pledges who performed well last week:

QB Will Grier, Davidson (N.C.) Day: In just one half of play, Grier threw for 370 yards and six touchdowns on 18-of-22 passing and also rushed twice for 54 yards. His team went on to shut out Community School of Davidson, 45-0.

RB Dalvin Cook, Miami Central: Cook and Co. traveled to Ramsey, N.J., and defeated Don Bosco Prep, 50-21. He rushed for 155 yards and three touchdowns on 10 carries and also intercepted a pass.

CB Duke Dawson, Cross City Dixie County: Dawson scored on a 60-yard touchdown run out of the Wildcat formation, which proved to be the difference in a 38-32 win over Williston. The Bears are now 5-0 on the year and off to their best start since 2009.

CB Chris Lammons, Fort Lauderdale Plantation: Lammons sat out most of the first half due to an arm injury, but returned in the second to rush for 170 yards on just five carries at quarterback and score on touchdowns runs of 77 and 36 yards. Plantation defeated Davie Nova, 40-0.


  1. Zack….

    Do you know why Sharpe cancelled his visit to Florida last weekend other than he has been to Gainesville several times already for games? He is going back to UGA this weekend and ESPN is saying he is leaning now to Georgia. Has Muschamp lost JAX as related to recruiting top OL from there?

  2. P.S. I realize Muschamp is mostly focused on D…..but the Gators obviously need big time OL to compete offensively for titles in the SEC. Losing Theus, Tunsil…and now…maybe Sharpe….the top OL from Florida in recent years. Concerned.