EXCLUSIVE: Major 4-star SEC target Kearis Jackson slides into his college decision
FORT VALLEY, Ga. — Kearis Jackson is a high school senior with an impressive list of athletic accomplishments.
He’s an Under Armour All-American. A Georgia High School Association state shot put champion. The Peach County High standout was also named to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s “Super 11” this month.
But he’s also going to be a big brother later this year. His little sister Madilynn will join the family later this year.
The Jackson family learned she was on the way during one of those popular baby reveal parties. Each member of the family had a clue in an envelope. Jackson had a clue. Grandma did, too.
That is already a cherished family moment.
That’s why Kearis and his family felt it made sense to share the family’s second-biggest decision of the year in the same manner.
Jackson and his close family, friends and teammates are celebrating his “school reveal” with a party, too.
Guests will arrive in the gear of the team they think he will choose. There were eight teams on that initial invitation, but he has already whittled that down quite a bit.
Countdown: 3 days 🗣 pic.twitter.com/8urJT6Q8Zz
— ~ⓚⓔⓐⓡⓘⓢ~® (@king_kearis) August 16, 2017
The nation’s No. 26 receiver (247Sports composite) for 2018 is down to two schools: Alabama and Georgia.
Which member of SEC Country will it be? Check out the exclusive commitment video above from SEC Country sponsored by Kroger.
There’s a Cornhole game, a runaway lizard and his grandfather Ricky Jackson trying to find out way too early before everyone else.
Did we mention the giant inflatable water slide that’s taken up his entire front yard?