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  Steven Jackson

Steven Jackson

Player Profile

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Austin, Texas

High School:
Westlake

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 201

Position:
S

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2009: Had his season cut short due to injury...Played in four games and picked off one pass...Posted 24 tackles (11 solo, 13 assisted) with 1.5 tackles for loss...2008: Named third-team All-MAC...Started all of his 11 games...Had 71 tackles (31st in the MAC), with double-digit outings against Central Michigan, Northwestern and Buffalo...Registered two sacks, two forced fumbles, two interceptions (tied for eighth in the MAC) and four pass breakups...2007: Played in 11 games ... Recorded 14 solo and 11 assisted tackles ... Picked up 0.5 tackles behind the line of scrimmage ... Broke up three passes...2006: Played in 12 games, starting twice ... Missed the regular-season finale and the MAC Championship Game due to a knee injury ... Made 23 tackles, including 17 solo stops ... Was used primarily on special teams until the Kent State game ... He replace an injured Todd Koenig and made seven tackles against the Golden Flashes ... Started at Eastern Michigan and made a season-high eight tackles ... Recorded four stops against Akron before injuring his knee ... Originally part of the Bobcats' 2005 recruiting class ... Did not attend Ohio in 2005 due to a medical issue ... Enrolled in January 2006 and participated in spring practice...HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered twice in football and basketball at Westlake High School ... Was the team captain and most valuable player for Westlake, which was ranked first in the district in 2004 ... Earned first-team all-district honors and was named the district's Defensive MVP ... Was a second-team all-state honoree ... Recorded 122 career tackles, including five for a loss ... Finished his prep career with four sacks, three interceptions and five fumble recoveries ... Was a youth leader in the Generation Baptist Church...PERSONAL: Majoring in Specialized Studies.