Scout first saw Donte Jackson at the Pylon 7on in mid April where he made our Top 10 performers. He was impressive then and he moved up considerably after that weekend.
Then we saw his film, watched him blaze through track season, and we took one final look this spring at him last week, and he now moved up to the No. 26 cornerback spot and the No. 204 overall prospect on Scout.
This likely is not his final move either. The 5-foot-11, 175 pound speedster out of Riverdale, La. has the ability to continue to ascend up the Scout rankings. He has great short space quickness, he has good length, he has excellent ball skills, and he has the ability to make the big play. His game is only going to get better.
In-state school LSU recently offered and it is high on his list with schools like Georgia and Oregon who have offered this spring as well.
Jackson was one of three prospects who moved into the Scout 300 this week. The other two were wide receivers - Michael Chigbu and Jayson Stanley.
Chigbu is another prospect we took a long look at this spring and the big, physical wideout was impressive. He is a solid 6-2, 210 pounds and he snatches the ball out of the air.
The star out of New Orleans (La.) Holy Cross has plenty of offers and he is looking to make a decision by the end of summer. He will take a few summer visits first.
Jayson Stanley is a star on the track and football field at Fairburn (Ga.) Creekside and he is only getting better at wide receiver. He is a vertical threat on the outside and he has monster hands that eats the football up when it gets near him. Auburn and Georgia are thought to be the leaders at this time and a summer decision is possible for him.
Carrollton, Ga. cornerback Dante Wigley moved to a three-star. Georgia Tech and Troy have recently offered.
A pair of Miami (Fla.) Booker T. Washington athletes upped their ranking this week. Cornerback Davante Davis is now the No. 53 cornerback in the country. He is currently committed to Syracuse. Slot receiver Antonio Callaway is ranked No. 89 at his position and he is committed to West Virginia.
Griffin, Ga. athlete Keyston Fuller just finished up another great baseball season and he is now No. 69 on Scout at wide receiver. The 6-0, 178 pound senior could also project as a safety.
A sleeper in Georgia is athlete Julian Jones out of Atlanta Westlake and he is a three-star outside linebacker now. He could also project as a tight end at 6-3, 215 pounds.