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Name: Mark Jackson (Double Transfer from Oklahoma/TCU)
College: Western New Mexico     Number: 1
Height: 6-1   Weight: 245
Position: DE  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

40 Low: 4.97
   40 Time: 5.06
  40 High: 5.10

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Height: 6015
Weight: 245

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Dates: 03/18/22@NewMexicoSt
Hand: 09 1/8  Arm: 33 1/4
Wingspan: 80 1/4

Height: 6015
Weight: 245
40 Yrd Dash: 5.06
20 Yrd Dash: 2.84
10 Yrd Dash: 1.79
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 15
Vertical Jump: 31 1/2
Broad Jump: 09'07"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.70
3-Cone Drill: 7.59

40 Time Range: 5.01-5.09/Projected 4.72/**+.34


 Data Scout Notes: Double Transfer from Oklahoma/TCU...2020: NAC...Transfer from Oklahoma...2019: NAC...Backup w/43 TT, 7 TFL, 3 SCK, PBU in 7 sts, 10 gms, missed 4 gms due to injury in '18. Backup w/7 TT, TFL, SCK, FF in 13 gms in '17. Backup w/2 TT in 5 gms in '15.

 Mark Jackson, Western New Mexico, Player News

  TCU had just 22 sacks last season, the fewest in the Gary Patterson era. The Horned Frogs are hoping they added a piece to help fix that on Thursday night. Oklahoma defender Mark Jackson Jr. is joining TCU as a graduate transfer, he told Horned Frog Blitz publisher Jeremy Clark. Jackson is expected to play defensive end for the Horned Frogs. Jackson had four sacks in his career at OU, highlighted by three sacks and seven tackles for loss in 2018. He started seven games in 2018. Last season, though, Jackson found himself in Lincoln Riley's "doghouse" for undisclosed reasons.

"Nothing egregious, just a couple small things, things we expected," Riley told the Oklahoman in October when asked about Jackson appearing in only one of the first five games. "He's done a great job fighting his way back. We would have no issue playing him right now. We've just had some other guys in the meantime that have stepped up and taken that, and haven't given us a reason to take it away from them now." Jackson ended up playing in just three more games the rest of the season, preserving his eligibility for a redshirt season. He is now headed to TCU to close out his college career. - Fort Worth Star

(DS#126 DE) rSr/2022 DE Mark JacksonWestern New Mexico
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  The TCU Horned Frogs reportedly bolstered their defense Thursday evening with the addition of graduate transfer linebacker Mark Jackson. The news was first reported by Jeremy Clark of 247Sports. Jackson played in just four games for the Sooners last year but had his best year as a junior in 2018, when he started seven games and played in 10, ranking fourth on the team with 7.0 tackles for loss. Against Army, he set a career high with 15 tackles, and he had 10 more against UCLA. As a sophomore, Jackson played in 13 games, forcing a fumble against Kansas. - Dallas Morning News

(DS#126 DE) rSr/2022 DE Mark JacksonWestern New Mexico
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