Data Scout Notes: 2013: 2ndC...PDPOYC/PLombardi/PButkus/PNagurski/PBednarik/P1stC...2012: 1stC...P1stC/PLombardi/PButkus/PNagurski...2011: 1stC
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Draft Scout Andrew Jackson News
05/12/14 - A closer look at the Colts picks: Round 6/203 -- Andrew Jackson, ILB, 6-1, 254, Western Kentucky...A hard-nosed prospect who attended the same high school as former Baltimore Ravens Pro Bowler Ray Lewis. A former second-team All-Sun Belt Conference selection. Played well against major school competition for the Hilltoppers. Viewed largely as a work in progress, Jackson could be a nice addition to the special teams coverage unit as a rookie. - The Sports Xchange
12/21/13 - 2013 ALL-SUN BELT SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Andrew Jackson (WKU, Sr., LB),...On the second team, linebacker Andrew Jackson earned his second consecutive All-Conference nod while receiver Willie McNeal and offensive lineman Forrest Lamp earned Honorable Mention selections. - Western Kentucky football
09/04/13 - Andrew Jackson is invading Knoxville on Saturday. Not the hero of the Battle of New Orleans, but a hero of last Saturday’s battle at LP Field. Tennessee coach Butch Jones used his microphone several times in Tuesday’s practice to invoke Western Kentucky’s middle linebacker Andrew Jackson as a motivational ploy. Once, Jones informed UT linebacker A.J. Johnson that he’d “get to play on the same field as an NFL linebacker.’’ Later, Jones announced he’d have to find a white football because his son Alex “wants Andrew Jackson’s autograph.” Jackson is a 6-foot-1, 257-pound senior from Lakeland, Fla. He correctly predicted that the Hilltoppers would “handle” Kentucky last weekend in Nashville.
“He’s a great player,” said UT center James Stone. “He’s a talented guy. He’s somebody you have to game-plan for.” Tailback Rajion Neal, coming off a 141-yard first half against Austin Peay, also praised Jackson, but didn’t go overboard. “Good player,” Neal said. “Just a solid good player, point blank, that’s all.”
Does Jackson look like an SEC linebacker? “Oh, yeah,” Neal said. “He’s definitely got the skill set to be an SEC linebacker, and I can definitely see what the hype is about.” - Mike Stanger, The Leaf Chronicle
09/04/13 - QUOTE TO NOTE: "All you have to do is watch a couple clips and they have your attention. They have SEC talent, and you know they've gone on the road and played Alabama when they were no. 1, they've gone on the road and played LSU when they were no. 1. They understand the different venues. They're extremely competitive, they're a competitive football team. You can see it in the way they play the game. They have a great competitive spirit, great competitive character so it's going to be a great challenge." -- Vols coach Butch Jones on Western Kentucky. - The Sports Xchange
07/21/13 - 2013 PRESEASON ALL-SUN BELT TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Andrew Jackson (WKU, Jr., LB)...Jackson led WKU in tackles (122), forced fumbles (4) and quarterback hits (3) in 2012. He was named first-team All-Sun Belt Conference for the second-straight season, leading the Hilltoppers in tackling on six different occasions, making him WKU's leading tackler in 14 of the last 26 games he has played. His 17.5 tackles for loss ranked second on the team behind sack artist Quanterus Smith's 18.5. - WKU football