National Signing Day 2014: 5-star CB Adoree’ Jackson chooses USC Trojans

Jan 2, 2014; St. Petersburg, FL, USA; Team Nitro cornerback Jabrill Peppers (5) runs with the ball as Team Hightlight cornerback Adoree Jackson (21) defends during the second half at Tropicana Field. Team Highlight defeated the Team Nitro 31-21. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Jan 2, 2014; St. Petersburg, FL, USA; Team Nitro cornerback Jabrill Peppers (5) runs with the ball as Team Hightlight cornerback Adoree Jackson (21) defends during the second half at Tropicana Field. Team Highlight defeated the Team Nitro 31-21. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

After a ton of tremendous speculation throughout the last few months, we now know where five-star cornerback Adoree’ Jackson has made his decision as to where he will spend his college years as he has announced on national television that he will head to the USC Trojans.

Jackson put on a bit of a show in his announcement, bringing out some props from underneath the table to build the anticipation some more before he finally donned the Trojans cap.

It’s been a long road for the California native, who many had pegged to Tennessee not too long ago. However, in recent weeks, this move today was something that many saw coming.

Jackson is the no. 3 cornerback prospect in the country and may very well see the field early for the Trojans as the Steve Sarkisian begins.

Speaking of Sarkisian, this was a huge grab for him as he gets ready to begin his first season back in Los Angeles. Showing that you can keep one of the top talents in the country inside the state is a huge momentum boost.

 

Topics: Adoree Jackson, National Signing Day 2014, USC Trojans

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