Spread offenses put on warning
The spread has ruled college football lately, but the 2014 class could change that
When Adoree' Jackson arrived at Gardena (Calif.) Junipero Serra High School in the summer of 2011 before his sophomore year, the coaches quickly realized they had stumbled upon a special caliber of athlete.
Jackson wasn't boastful or demanding. He didn't move to Los Angeles County from Illinois with expectations of where he best fit on the field.
He had played running back. But after watching Jackson run, Serra coach Scott Altenberg stuck Jackson at receiver.
"He reminded us ...
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