JCSpotlight: 5-Stars for Jackson

Dominick Jackson (6'7/315) of the College of San Mateo, Calif. is the nation's No. 1 Junior College Prospect. The Alabama commitment was recently elevated to 5-Stars by Scout.com

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Dominick Jackson (6'7/315) is a prototype offensive tackle prospect. He has the size and power to drive block defensive linemen into the bleachers. He has the quickness and agility to drop step and cut off a speed rusher trying to get the edge on him. He has the flexibility to pull from his tackle position and lead block to the opposite line of scrimmage.

In short, he's the total package on the offensive line, and he's continued his good work into his sophomore season at the College of San Mateo in California. He was recently rated 5-Stars by Scout.com in a move that indicates he should become at least an All-Conference performer at Alabama before his career is done in Tuscaloosa.

Here is a look at him in action from this season courtesy of San Mateo Football.

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