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It is finally official, Brandon Jackson is forgoing his senior year and declaring for the NFL Draft.
The 5-foot-11, 210 pound Jackson had 989 yards rushing and 313 yards receiving to finish with team-high 10 touchdowns en route to an All-Big 12 season in 2006.
Jackson had this to say: “I want to thank Coach Callahan and the rest of the coaching staff for giving me the opportunity to play Division I football at Nebraska and helping make me a better player. I have had a great three years there and this has been a hard decision to make because I have always tried to put the team first. I also want to thank the athletic administration and especially my academic advisors, Dennis (Leblanc) and Kim (Schellpeper) for helping me out along the way. I will come back to Nebraska and finish my degree.
“Finally, I want to thank the Nebraska fans for cheering me on and being the best fans in America. I will be a Husker for life and I hope to represent Nebraska in a great way in the National Football League.”
With Jackson moving onto the NFL, the Huskers running back group will be headlined by Marlon Lucky, Cody Gleen, and Kenny Wilson.Ã‚Â Incoming freshman Quentin Castille will also make some noise in a fall camp to get some playing time as a true freshman.
Good luck in the NFL Brandon, we are all wishing you the best!