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bsn BSN: Blue chip receiver commits to Colorado

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    The Colorado Buffaloes picked up a huge commitment from four-star 2017 wide receiver Jaylon Jackson out of Cedar Hill, TX on Saturday afternoon.

    Couldn't ask for much more #GoBuffs Blessed[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG] @CoachChev6 @DarianLH3 pic.twitter.com/UdIE7DvbaM

    — Jaylon Jackson (@jaylonjackson10) April 2, 2016

    The 5-foot-10, 150-pound speedster, is ranked the No. 34 receiver in the country and the No. 27 prospect in the state of Texas by rivals.com. On top of Colorado, he held offers from Arizona State, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech and Washington State among others.

    New CU commit Jaylon Jackson missed '15 season with torn ACL but he has recovered. Ran 100-m dash in 10.8 recently. https://t.co/4gKmfqIcw6

    — Adam Munsterteiger (@adamcm777) April 2, 2016

    That 10.8 time in the 100 was from Jaylon Jackson's first track meet back. Have been told he ran a 10.55 100 at his last meet. #SpeedToBurn

    — Adam Munsterteiger (@adamcm777) April 2, 2016

    Jackson joins a 2017 class for the Buffaloes that has started with a bang. In late February, three-star in-state prospects Dante Sparaco and Jonathan Van Diest committed to Mike MacIntyre and staff. The now CU commit was just one of about 25 prospects on campus this weekend.

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