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Four-Star Instate Receiver Commits To Tennessee Football

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Tennessee football head coach Josh Heupel. Photo by Tennessee Athletics.

Four-star receiver Radarious Jackson committed to Tennessee football on Monday afternoon over a top group including Auburn, Mississippi State and Ole Miss.

Josh Heupel and his staff targeted Jackson early in the recruiting process and offered him back in October. Since then Jackson has blown up with more offers and a higher recruiting ranking. Heupel and his staff were able to land the blue-chip receiver despite his recruitment blowing up.

Jackson ranks as a four-star recruit and the No. 263 player in the country according to the 247sports composite rankings. He also ranks as the 29th best receiver in the country and the sixth best player in the state of Tennessee in the 2025 recruiting cycle.

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On3 is even higher on the 6-foot-2, 195-pound receiver, ranking Jackson as the No. 80 player and No. 12 receiver in his class.

A Memphis native, Jackson plays his prep football at Sheffield High School where he helped lead the Knights to an 8-3 record during the 2023 season. Jackson won 3A Mr. Football honors last season. Jackson accounted for 1,742 all-purpose yards with 27 total touchdowns on the offensive side of the ball while recording 40 tackles and seven interceptions on the defensive side.

The instate prospect has been a frequent visitor on Tennessee’s campus over the last year. Jackson visited Tennessee for the Texas A&M and Georgia games in the fall before returning for another visit in April.

Jackson becomes Tennessee football’s ninth commit in the 2025 cycle and the second receiver joining fellow West Tennessee receiver Joakim Dodson. The Vols’ nine-commit recruiting class ranks No. 13 nationally according to the 247sports team rankings.

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