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2015 Western Michigan Football Recruiting: ATH Will Jackson Commits To Broncos

WMU picks up another quality prospect from Washington, DC.

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Western Michigan's dominance on the recruiting trail continued last night when two-star prospect Will Jackson announced his verbal commitment to the Broncos via his Twitter page.

A high school teammate of WMU verbal commit Eric Assoua at St. John's College in Washington, DC, Jackson is now the 29th prospect to give P.J. Fleck, and the Bronco coaching staff a verbal pledge during the class of 2015 cycle.

Just like most of the WMU class, the 6'3 190 pound Jackson played both ways on the high school level, seeing action at wide receiver, and cornerback. While there is no question he would add a good sized target to the Western Michigan offense, most including myself believe Jackson will end up playing in the secondary full time when he suits up for the Broncos.

When it comes to rankings, Will is considered the 184th athlete, and 2,385th overall prospect in the class of 2015, according to the 247Sports Composite. Before his pledge to WMU, Jackson reportedly held scholarship offers from programs such as Ohio, Toledo, UConn, Nevada, and North Carolina State.

See what Jackson will add to the Bronco roster with these highlights, courtesy of the crew at Hudl: