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After just one night with the new program, a top recruit already has chosen Colorado because of its new coach.
Replacing Christian Gonzalez won’t be an easy task, but it seems as if Oregon coach Dan Lanning will try to do just that via the transfer portal. According to several reports, Oregon has offered former Alabama corner Khyree Jackson. The 6-foot-3, 198-pounder from Upper Marlboro, Md. was a junior for the Crimson Tide, but had a difficult time getting on the field. Played cornerback at Fort Scott (Kan.) Community College finished the 2019 season with 25 tackles and three interceptions before moving on to Alabama. He was mostly used on special teams, but with the departure of Gonzalez and a young group of corners, Jackson might have a chance to be in the rotation or win a starting spot with the Ducks, should he choose to come to Eugene. Khyree Jackson transfer profile Collegiate StatsAlabama Crimson Tide 2021: 12 games played | 7 tackles 2022: 9 games played | 7 tackles Fort Worth Community College 2019: 25 tackles | 3 INTVitals Hometown Upper Marlboro, MD Position CB Height 6-foot-3 Weight 198 pounds Class 2021 Former Recruiting Profile Stars Overall State Position 247 4 89 MD CB Rivals 3 5.6 MD CB ESPN N/A N/A MD CB On3 Recruiting 4 90.42 MD CB 247 Composite 4 0.8930 MD CB Top Schools Before Commitment Alabama Crimson Tide Auburn Tigers Florida Gators Georgia Bulldogs Maryland Terrapins Oregon Ducks Ole Miss Rebels Tennessee Volunteers 11
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