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Following commets by Brian Perroni, Recruiting Analyst, Rivals.com after NUC Ultimate 100 in Dallas, TX June 24, 2011
"Jackson Morrison of Maryville (MO) came in having never played center before. However, due to the fact that there were no prospects in attendance with any experience at the position the 6-foot-2, 274-pound sophomore took on the challenge. He looked like a natural. "
"Morrison was able to snap the ball in shotgun formation while still being able to set his feet to pass protect. He is also very strong, having bench pressed 155 pounds 30 times. It would be no surprise to see him as a national prospect at center in two years. "
Following comments posted by Coach Tony Johnson following Jackson's attendance to the Olathe Assebly Line 5 Camp July 17, 2010.
"Jackson Morrison, 6'2" 250 pound Freshman from Maryville, MO- I have been coaching a long time and have not seen very many young linemen with the potential this young man has. You had better keep your eye on this kid. Jackson has great feet and hands with incredible hips and leverage. He is smart and has a very evident nasty streak in all his drills. Throwback to the old days in my mind. Jackson did 11 reps at 205 as a 14 year old at my camp, and 31 reps at 135 during the NUC Ultimate 100 camp in Duncanville, Texas."
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