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Draft Scout News
08/27/14 - CB Kameron Jackson was waived by the Colts Monday (Aug. 25).
05/13/14 - Indianapolis Colts Agree to Terms with 19 Undrafted Free Agents: Cornerback Kameron Jackson, 5-9, 175 pounds, played in 30 games (14 starts) over three seasons (2011-13) with Cal, posting career totals of 75 tackles, nine passes defensed, four interceptions, two tackles for loss and one fumble recovery. He became the first Bear to record a three-interception game in over 10 years. As a junior in 2013, Jackson played in all 12 games (11 starts) and totaled career highs of 42 tackles, six passes defensed and two tackles for loss, to go along with one interception. He was named Calís Defensive Player of the Week in its win over Portland State that season. - Indianapolis Colts
10/08/12 - WEEK 6 PAC-12 DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: California Kameron Jackson, a sophomore from Long Beach, Calif., came off the bench and registered a Pac-12 single-game-high-tying three interceptions (Oregon State Sr. cornerback Jordan Poyer also recorded three interceptions in a 19-6 win over Washington State) to go along with four tackles and a pass breakup in a 43-17 win over No. 25 UCLA. Jacksonís first-career interception, a momentum-changer, came in the Cal end zone in the final minute of the first half and preserved 16-7 margin at the break. He added two picks in the fourth quarter to put the game out of reach. Also nominated on defense were defensive backs Jordan Poyer of Oregon State and Nickell Robey of USC, linebacker Kiko Alonso of Oregon, and defensive end Cassius Marsh of UCLA. - Pac-12 football
10/07/12 - CB Kameron Jackson had the game of his life. He did not have any career interceptions before the Oct. 6 game against UCLA, but he had three against the Bruins and also knocked away a pass attempt that teammate Michael Lowe intercepted on the rebound and returned 57 yards. It remains to be seen how he will be used when Marc Anthony returns from his injury.