USC’s Adoree Jackson showed the world why he’s one of the top defensive backs heading into the 2017 NFL draft during Saturday’s game against Notre Dame.
Jackson took a punt to the house for a touchdown in the second quarter of the game, and not too long after, he found the end zone once again. This time, though, the task was a bit more difficult, but he still got it done.
The Fighting Irish had just scored to cut the Trojans’ lead to 31-21 near the end of the third quarter, but that didn’t last for long. Jackson received the ensuing kickoff and returned it 97 yards for the score. He broke one tackle early on, and was then met by a would-be tackler further down the field. Jackson then showcased his athleticism and hurdled the defender, and was then off to the races en route to his second score of the day.
What a return.