Dominick Jackson, the senior offensive guard from Cupertino, Calif., showed slight improvement at Alabama’s pro day on Wednesday from his performance at the NFL combine.
Jackson is the No. 24 offensive tackle prospect according to Scouts Inc. He struggled with his footwork at the combine but seemed to improve some at pro day.
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The 6’6″, 313-pounder still needs some improvement on his explosiveness off the ball. He was also dominated by Ryan Kelly in the hand strike drills.
Scouts from the San Diego Chargers reportedly showed interest in Jackson.
Jackson transferred to Alabama from the College of San Mateo his junior year. He proved to be a clean contributor to the Tide during his two years on the offensive line.
The likelihood of Jackson being selected in the draft is not high, but he could potentially be suited as a free agent pick-up on the practice squad and could likely work his way up from there.