Adoree’ Jackson spent much of
The freshman has been working at cornerback, but will probably have more initial opportunities as a receiver and kick returner.
“For Adoree’ to be able to do both sides of the ball the way he has, not just physically but mentally handle it, has been really impressive,” Coach
Jackson said he did not have a preference for one position over another.
"I'm just enjoying the whole process getting acclimated to college football," he said. "I'm having a blast and just trying to learn everything to perfect my craft and get better every day."
Jackson, who played at Gardena Serra High, was the Trojans' most high-profile recruit. He said he "wanted to learn everything, not try to come in and act like I've been here before and have done this before. I just wanted to come in and learn and take everything in and get the older guys' trust as well and see where I can go from there."
Jackson said he has refrained from "getting distracted with social media" while immersing himself in USC's playbook.