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Jackson gets a taste of the future

Jackson gets a taste of the future

Garland linebacker Tevin Jackson was one of 17 Texas commits on hand Sunday for the first Longhorn mini-camp. The camp was a chance for the 6-2, 220-pound linebacker to work with defensive coordinator and linebacker coach Will Muschamp. Burnt Orange Beat caught up with Jackson to discuss his experience.

Garland linebacker Tevin Jackson used the Longhorns mini-camp on June 7 to get a taste of the future playing under the direction of defensive coordinator Will Muschamp. As expected, Jackson enjoyed the camp and the work he got to put in with his future coach. "It was a good camp," said Jackson. "I got to see the rest of the commits and talk with them. It was a fun time. Coach... Recommended Stories

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