Domani Jackson eager to learn more about Alabama
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Alabama’s coaching staff made the most of the two weeks before the early signing period as they travel across the country to lock in the verbal commits they had and earn another signature.
One of their stops was at Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana, California, where they checked in with their 5-Star quarterback signee, Bryce Young and extended a couple of new offers. One of those offers went to 2022 4-Star defensive back, Domani Jackson. Jackson is the second Mater Dei defensive back to get an offer from the Tide, joining fellow 4-Star, Jaylin Davies.
Jackson said the Tide’s offer came as a surprise.
“I was shocked,” Jackson said. “I was like I really got Alabama. It is crazy me and my dad were just talking about Alabama and two days later they offered me, crazy how the world works. Honestly, I thought I would get it after next season.”
Alabama’s offer was Jackson’s 27th Division 1 football offer. His offer number is now up to 29 after receiving offers from Utah and California Berkley.
Alabama is a bit unfamiliar to Jackson, but he does know of the success they have enjoyed in terms of getting players to the National Football League.
“I mean they produce good defensive backs and I do not really know too much about Alabama,” Jackson said. “I am most definitely trying to learn more and come up for a visit.”
At 6-1 and 185 pounds, Jackson has decent size for a Division 1 defensive back as a sophomore. Jackson racked up 48 total tackles and nine pass deflections this past season, according to MaxPreps.
Alabama has not taken a commitment in their 2022 recruiting class just yet, but expect Jackson to give the Tide a good look.
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Justin Smith is a Scouting/Recruiting analyst for Touchdown Alabama Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter, via @Jdsmith31Smith