Two-sport athlete Bryson Jackson signed a letter of intent with TCU football on Wednesday, the start of what may be a busy career.
The 6-foot receiver from Humble Kingwood Park High School told Rivals.com in September when he committed to TCU that he aimed to play football and baseball in college.
“I’m going to do whatever it takes, push my hardest, and in both sports, I’m not going to let anyone stop me from doing that,” he told Rivals.
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The recruiting web site 247Sports.com rates Jackson a three-star in football, the 60th-highest rated player in Texas.