The Jacksonville Jaguars appear to have some work to do if they want a shot at improving the passing attack, regardless of who the quarterback is. Having a good, solid group of receivers can help, but it all boils down to protection–in this league, you have to be able to keep your field general upright and keep the pocket clean, something the Jaguars haven’t been able to do....
ScoutTV: Gene's Page talks one-on-one with Mississippi State senior offensive guard Gabe Jackson about the possibility of playing against his former teammate Fletcher Cox once he gets to the NFL.
The whole league already knew Gabe Jackson was one of and perhaps the finest guard going this SEC season. Still it is always nice to have such status recognized formally. And Tuesday, Mississippi State’s big Dog blocker was confirmed as a consensus first-team All-SEC lineman by conference coaches. Malcolm Johnson and Nickoe Whitley earned second-team honors.
STARKVILLE, Miss. – After leading Mississippi State to its fourth-straight bowl game, a first in program history, senior left guard Gabe Jackson was named the 2013 C Spire Conerly Trophy winner, given annually to the student-athlete voted the most outstanding collegiate football player in the state of Mississippi. He is the first offensive lineman to ever receive the accolade.
Mississippi State left guard Gabe Jackson was named the winner of the Conerly Trophy on Tuesday night, becoming the first offensive lineman to earn the honor in its 18-year history.
The 6-foot-4, 340-pound Jackson beat out a field of five finalists, including Mississippi quarterback Bo Wallace, during the ceremony at the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and Museum.
The other three...
Via AP on Fox
December 03, 2013
Gabe Jackson, OG, Mississippi State, Senior
Height / Weight (lbs) – 6’3” / 340
Projected Round – 1-2
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Mississippi State is 23rd in the nation in rushing yards per-game with 214.3. Back in week four, Gabe Jackson was named SEC defensive lineman of the week for helping the Bulldogs rush for 235 yards (551 yards of...
FSNextTV: Mississippi State senior offensive guard Gabe Jackson August 7, 2013 interview.
Mississippi State's Gabe Jackson to stay in school for his senior season.Offensive guard Gabe Jackson has decided to not enter the NFL, and instead stay for his senior season at Mississippi State. Jackson was one of the premier offensive linemen in this years' draft class, and while not being a first rounder, he still would have been a legitimate middle round prospect. If...