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Name: *Austin Jackson 
College: Southern California     Number: 73
Height: 6-5   Weight: 322
Position: OT  Pos2: OG
Class/Draft Year: Jr/2020

40 Low: 4.98
   40 Time: 5.07
  40 High: 5.15
Projected Round: 1  Stock:   High: Mid-Late 1st  Low: Mid 2nd



Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 6047
Weight: 322

Zybek PD3X AKA "Official"
40 Yard Dash (ET):
 5.07
40 Yard Dash (HH): 5.06
20 Yard (ET): 2.92
20 Yard (HH): 2.81
10 Yard (ET): 1.73
10 Yard (HH): 1.72
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 27
Vertical Jump: 31
Broad Jump: 09'07"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 
3-Cone Drill: 7.95
Projected 5.12/-.05/No Shuttle

Dates: 03/25/20
Hand: 10 1/4  Arm: 34 1/8
Wingspan: 82

Height: 6047
Weight: 322
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+17 LBs
 



 Data Scout Notes: 2020: 01/15/20-Announced Early Entry into 2020 NFL Draft...2019: 1stC

 *Austin Jackson, Southern California, Player News


  In a game predicated on sacrifices, nobody embodies a selfless mentality like newest Miami Dolphin, Austin Jackson. The left tackle from the University of Southern California heard his name called by the Commissioner on Thursday night, serving as a bookend to a wild year for Jackson and his family. Jackson and his younger sister, Autumn, are inseparable. Diamond-Blackfan anemia (DBA), a bone marrow deficiency that robs the body of producing red blood cells, had been causing complications for Autumn for a number of years. The impact of the treatments had been deteriorating, leaving Autumn with limited options, the best of which was a bone marrow transplant. Jackson blazed a 5.07 time in the 40-yard dash at his NFL Scouting Combine on-field workout. He measured at least in the top 84th percentile among all offensive linemen since 1998 with the 40 time, as well as his vertical and broad jumps coming in at 31 and 115 inches respectively. It's the athleticism that catches the scout's eyes when they cut the tape. - MiamiDolphins.com

(DS#6 OT) Jr/2020 OT *Austin JacksonSouthern California
News Source: MiamiDolphins.com
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  Ever since he can remember, Austin Jackson dreamed of draft day. Sitting in the green room, waiting for the phone to ring. Hearing the commissioner call his name. Striding to the podium in a sharp, new suit. Donning a hat from his new team. But in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, no part of this week's NFL draft will play out as the former USC left tackle once planned. When his name is called, Jackson will be at home with his family in Arizona. He'll wait in a virtual green room, with other potential first-round prospects, all of whom were sent kits of cameras, speakers and microphones to help them broadcast from home. Jackson has no idea what to expect from there. In a draft flush with offensive tackle prospects, most teams have told him they expect he'll be selected late in the first round. Others in that range have suggested he won't be around when they pick. "It's totally up in the air," Jackson said in a phone interview Friday. "I just plan on hopefully getting that call."

That lingering uncertainty may be the only familiar aspect of this draft for the prospects involved. Without any of the usual pre-draft process to shore up their stock, save for the scouting combine in February, it's unclear how and where NFL teams will place faith in their evaluations. For Jackson, it's an especially pertinent question. The 6-foot-6, 310-pounder, who declared for the draft after his junior season, is somewhat of a polarizing prospect among scouts and prognosticators. He's been characterized by some as an unfinished product, raw in his technique, but oozing with athleticism and high-end potential. To combat those concerns, Jackson spent much of the past few months perfecting his technique. But with no pro day at USC or in-person meetings, all he can do is assure teams over the phone or on FaceTime. - Los Angeles Times


(DS#6 OT) Jr/2020 OT *Austin JacksonSouthern California
News Source: Los Angeles Times
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  2020 NFL COMBINE INVITE: Austin Jackson, OT, Southern California,...Jackson, a 2-year starter at left tackle, did not miss a game in 2019 despite donating bone marrow a month before the start of fall camp to his younger sister, Autumn, who suffers from Diamond-Blackfin anemia (a rare blood disorder). - Southern California Football

(DS#6 OT) Jr/2020 OT *Austin JacksonSouthern California
News Source: Southern California Football
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  Southern California left tackle Austin Jackson will skip his senior season to enter the NFL draft. Jackson announced his decision Wednesday. Jackson was the anchor of USC's much-improved offensive line last season. The 6-foot-6 junior was named to the All-Pac-12 first team. Jackson's achievements were even more impressive because he donated bone marrow to his younger sister, Autumn, less than a month before the start of training camp. Jackson's draft stock has risen steadily in recent months. He is widely expected to be picked in the first round in April. Jackson praised embattled USC coach Clay Helton in his departure statement.

"Coach Helton, thank you for your leadership and your constant support of me and my family both on and off the field," Jackson wrote. "USC has truly been such a special place to call home for the last three years." Helton and the Trojans face a challenge to reconfigure their offensive line after the departures of Jackson and starting right tackle Drew Richmond, who is out of eligibility. USC could move Jalen McKenzie or Liam Jimmons to the tackle spots next season. The team also added six offensive linemen in its poorly regarded recruiting class last month. - AP College Football


(DS#6 OT) Jr/2020 OT *Austin JacksonSouthern California
News Source: AP College Football
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  2019 ALL-PAC-12 FIRST TEAM (COACHES): OL Austin Jackson, Jr., USC,...Austin Jackson, a 2-year starter at left tackle, did not miss a game in 2019 despite donating bone marrow a month before the start of fall camp to his younger sister, Autumn, who suffers from Diamond-Blackfin anemia (a rare blood disorder). - USC Football

(DS#6 OT) Jr/2020 OT *Austin JacksonSouthern California
News Source: USC Football
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  WEEK 2 PAC-12 OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Austin Jackson, USC, Jr., OT, USC (Phoenix, Ariz.),...In USC's 45-20 win over No. 23 Stanford, Jackson anchored an offensive line effort that allowed true freshman quarterback Kedon Slovis, making his first career start, to pass for 377 yards with only 1 sack...The Trojans also rushed for 115 yards. Jackson had a key seal block to spring tailback Stephen Carr for a 25-yard touchdown around the left side late in the first half to start USC's 35-point run to finish the game...Jackson also blocked a third quarter field goal (the second of his career) that would have brought Stanford within a point of tying the Trojans...Earlier in the day, Jackson was profiled on ESPN GameDay as a bone marrow donor this summer for his sister, who suffers from Diamond-Blackfin anemia, a rare blood disorder that leads to severe anemia. Also nominated: Jake Hanson, ORE; Jake Curhan, CAL; Josh McCauley, ARIZ; Arlington Hambright, COLO; Blake Brandel, OSU; Darrin Paulo, UTAH; Abe Lucas, WSU. - Pac-12 Football

(DS#6 OT) Jr/2020 OT *Austin JacksonSouthern California
News Source: Pac-12 Football
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  Austin Jackson wants to lead Southern California back to the Pac-12 title, but the left tackle already scored a bigger victory when he donated bone marrow to his younger sister, Autumn, last month. Jackson said the transplant to treat his sister's Diamond-Blackfan anemia, a genetic condition that causes bone marrow to not produce red blood cells, seems to be working.

"We found out about a week ago that her body is beginning to accept it," Jackson said Friday night after the Trojans opened training camp. "She's doing great. She was supposed to be in the hospital for about three months. She was engrafted, which means her body accepted the cells, and so she got sent home a month earlier."

Jackson underwent tests last summer that found his bone marrow was a perfect 12-point match for his sister, who has received blood transfusions every three weeks since the age of 12. He had no hesitation about agreeing to become a donor, he said, a decision made before doctors informed him doing so would present no risk to his promising football career. - AP College Football


(DS#6 OT) Jr/2020 OT *Austin JacksonSouthern California
News Source: AP College Football
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