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  NM State's approach to the transfer portal has been strategic, landing Power 5 transfers who transfered to Las Cruces with multiple years of eligibility remaining and adding experienced FBS players who will fill immediate needs for a shorter period of time. Case in point is UNLV graduate transfer Bryce Jackson, who has started the past two years at free safety in the Mountain West. "I feel like we have a great secondary group, but we don't have a lot of guys with a ton of snaps," Aggies defensive coordinator Nate Dreiling said. "Bryce has over 600 college snaps at the FBS level and will step into a leadership role."

Jackson was listed at 5-10, 190 pounds. The Chandler, Arizona native appeared in 39 games at UNLV with 139 career tackles, seven passes defensed, two forced fumbles and two recovered fumbles. Jackson had 61 tackles for the Rebels last year. Jackson adds an experienced player to quarterback an Aggies secondary that will have limited experience, but high on potential. - Las Cruces Sun News


rSr/2023 SS Bryce JacksonNew Mexico State
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