April 7, 2007

Jackson can see himself playing at Georgia

One of the top defensive linemen in the state of Georgia was in Athens for Georgia's spring game. Toby Jackson made the trip from Griffin and he really liked what he saw. He spent time with his recruiting coach, watched the spring game, and watched the defensive line closely to see how he would fit in there.

"The visit went real well and I really enjoyed it," said Jackson. "I had a chance to talk with Georgia's defensive line coach, Coach Rodney Garner and that went real good."

"He talked to me about how they feel about me at Georgia and they really want me there. He talked to me about how I could fit in there, where I could play, and how I could help them. It was a real nice talk with Coach Garner."

Jackson is a 6-foot-4, 255-pound explosive defensive lineman that could play inside or outside on the next level. He kept an eye on the defensive lineman for Georgia during the spring game.

"The defensive line had a solid game today," he said. "They have a lot of talented guys there and a lot of them know their roles. I thought they looked pretty good overall."

The visit for G-Day was a good one for Jackson and he enjoyed it.

"I really like the atmosphere at Georgia and I can see myself playing there. It was a great atmosphere for a spring game. I really like the fans and the support Georgia has. It was great to be out there and I really liked it."

The Dawgs are currently in Jackson's top four with four other programs in the South.

"It is Georgia, Tennessee, Florida State, and Alabama for me right now," Jackson said. "Those are my top teams."

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