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Name: Warren Jackson 
College: Colorado State     Number: 9
Height: 6-5   Weight: 215
Position: WR  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2021

40 Low: 4.52
   40 Time: 4.62
  40 High: 4.72
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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: PMaxwell/PBiletnikoff/POPOY...2019: 1stC...1st team All-Mountain West w/77-1119-14.5-8 rec in 12 gms in '19. 32-405-12.7-4 rec in 10 gms in '18. Backup w/15-265-17.7-2 rec in 13 gms in '17.

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  2021 SENIOR BOWL WATCH LIST: Warren Jackson, Colorado State,...Jackson, who was named first-team All-Mountain West at the end of 2019 and opened 2020 as the conference's preseason Offensive Player of the Year, leaves the program with 124 receptions for 1,789 yards and 14 touchdowns. - Colorado State Football

(DS#14 WR) Sr/2021 WR Warren JacksonColorado State
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  Jackson will leave CSU and prepare for the 2021 NFL draft. The Mountain West has suspended fall sports and is hoping to play a spring football season. That decision finalized Jackson's choice. "Me and my dad knew if it would come to this we would leave. It wasn't a hard decision at all, honestly. I didn't really have any other choice," Jackson said. "It was, 'Alright, I'm going to take this step and it will give me time to train and prepare and work on weaknesses." Jakcson said he'll train at Landow Performance in Denver in preparation. He says he considered leaving CSU after the 2019 season but opted to stay at the time in hopes of a senior season.

Fans will rightly lament losing one last chance to see Jackson, who was named the 2020 Mountain West preseason Offensive Player of the Year after an incredible junior season. Jackson, from Mission Hills, California, was first-team All-Mountain West in 2019 after making 77 catches for 1,119 yards and eight touchdowns. The single-game highlight was his 214-yard performance against New Mexico, including an 87-yard touchdown. Jackson, who was on the Biletnikoff Award watch list, finishes with 124 catches, 1,789 yards and 14 touchdowns in three seasons at CSU. He now aims to join a growing list of CSU receivers in the NFL, which includes Gallup (Cowboys), Johnson (Vikings), Preston Williams (Dolphins) and Rashard Higgins (Browns). - Fort Collins Coloradoan


(DS#14 WR) Sr/2021 WR Warren JacksonColorado State
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  With Colorado State's football season postponed by the Mountain West, rising senior wide receiver Warren Jackson announced on Thursday his intent to forgo his final season of collegiate eligibility and begin training for a future in professional football. One of the nation's most physically gifted and imposing receivers at 6-foot-6, Jackson aims to become the next in a long line of successful Colorado State receivers now plying their trade in the National Football League.

Jackson was named the 2020 preseason Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year after a 2019 junior campaign where he was named a first-team All-Mountain West selection. The Mission Hills, Calif., native led the team with 77 catches for 1,119 yards and eight touchdowns over 10 games. His 77 catches rank fifth-best for a single season in program history while his 1,119 yards rank eighth. Against Toledo, Jackson tallied the third-most receptions in a single game with 12 and his 214 yards against New Mexico rank eighth for a single-game performance at Colorado State. - Colorado State Football


(DS#14 WR) Sr/2021 WR Warren JacksonColorado State
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  2020 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD WATCH LIST: WR Warren Jackson, Colorado State,...Jackson is also on the Biletnikoff Award watch list, as well as being named the preseason Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year - just the second time a wideout has earned the distinction in the conference; former Colorado State standout Rashard Higgins was the first, back in 2015. The 6-foot-5, 215-pounder out of Mission Hills, Calif., ranked among the nation's best receivers in 2019, sitting fourth nationally with 111.9 yards per game, sixth with 7.7 catches per outing. In 10 games, he finished with 77 catches for 1,119 yards and eight touchdowns, earning first-team All-Mountain West honors. - Colorado State Football

(DS#14 WR) Sr/2021 WR Warren JacksonColorado State
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  2020 PRESEASON BILETNIKOFF AWARD WATCH LIST: Warren Jackson, Colorado State,...Jackson is coming off a tremendous junior season where he recorded 77 receptions for 1,119 yards and eight touchdowns in 11 games played. He ranked fourth nationally in yards per game (111.9) and sixth in catches per game (7.7) in earning first-team All-Mountain West honors. - Colorado State Football

(DS#14 WR) Sr/2021 WR Warren JacksonColorado State
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  2020 MOUNTAIN WEST PRESEASON OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Warren Jackson, Sr., WR, Colorado State,...Jackson, who is the first wide receiver to earn preseason offensive player of the year honors since 2015 (CSU's Rashard Higgins), is coming off a 2019 campaign in which he recorded 77 receptions for 1,119 yards and eight touchdowns. The native of Mission Hills, California, earned first-team All-Mountain West honors as a junior. Nationally in 2019, the 6-foot-6 receiver ranked fourth in receiving yards per game (111.9) and sixth in catches per game (7.7). During the past week, Jackson was named to the Biletnikoff Award Preseason Watch List. - Mountain West Football

(DS#14 WR) Sr/2021 WR Warren JacksonColorado State
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  The Mountain West became the latest conference to postpone its football media days on Monday afternoon. The event was scheduled to be held in a virtual format on July 27-29. In a press release Monday, the conference announced it has been delayed until further notice and didn't give a timetable for rescheduling the event, saying only those decisions will be made "at the appropriate time." The Pac-12 also announced Monday that it was postponing its media days, which were set for July 29-31. On Thursday, the Big 12 announced its media days were postponed until Aug. 3, and the ACC postponed its event indefinitely last Monday. The Mountain West will release its media poll and preseason all-conference teams this week, beginning Tuesday with the predicted order of finish. - Idaho Statesman

(DS#14 WR) Sr/2021 WR Warren JacksonColorado State
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  Colorado State football fans who are worried about the role star players Warren Jackson, Dante Wright and Trey McBride will have under new coach Steve Addazio needn't worry. Addazio and offensive coordinator Joey Lynch are well aware of those players' skills and will continue to showcase them as much as possible, they said after a recent practice. "Those guys are dynamic; we're going to feature them," Addazio said. "We're not dummies." Jackson, a 6-foot-6, 215-pound senior, was one of the top receivers in the nation last year, catching 77 passes for 1,119 yards and eight touchdowns.

They're the three most dynamic players on CSU's offense, and new coordinator Joey Lynch is excited about what they can accomplish this fall. "You see them on film, and you know they're talented guys," Lynch said. "I've been really, really impressed with them, and their skill set out there matches what you thought. But what you don't know off the tape is their work ethic, how they take coaching and how they respond. "They want to be great." - Fort Collins Coloradoan


(DS#14 WR) Sr/2021 WR Warren JacksonColorado State
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  2019 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FIRST TEAM (COACHES): WR - Warren Jackson, Jr., Colorado State,...Jackson, who was second in the conference in catches (7.7; sixth nationally) and yards per game (111.9, fourth nationally), extends a streak of six years in a row Colorado State has had a first-team wideout. The junior finished the season with 77 receptions for 1,119 yards in 10 games played, totals which rank fifth and eighth, respectively, on the Rams' all-time list for a season. His 214-yard effort against New Mexico was the second-best total in the Mountain West this season, and his 87-yard scoring catch in the game stood as the conference's longest play from scrimmage in 2019. - Colorado State Football

(DS#14 WR) Sr/2021 WR Warren JacksonColorado State
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  Anthony Hawkins returned the opening kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown and Colorado State never trailed in a 37-17 win over UNLV on Saturday. Warren Jackson had six catches for 133 yards. Christian Hunter, Marcus McElroy and Jaylen Thomas each ran for a touchdown for the Rams (4-5, 3-2 Mountain West Conference). Hunter led the way in production on the ground with 12 carries for 79 yards. Jackson set a Colorado State record for most yards receiving in a four-game span, amassing 657 yards. He passed Michael Gallup, who had 644 yards over four games in 2017. McElroy and Thomas scored in the first quarter and Cayden Camper kicked a 50-yard field goal in the second quarter to make it 24-0 at halftime. The Rebels (2-7, 0-5) scored both of their touchdowns in the fourth quarter. Kenyon Oblad, a freshman, finished with 280 yards passing and two touchdowns. - Colorado State/AP College Football

(DS#14 WR) Sr/2021 WR Warren JacksonColorado State
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