Jarrail Jackson announced on his twitter account that he will be the new Wide Receives coach for XFL Dallas under head coach Bob Stoops. Jackson played at the University of Oklahoma from 1995 to 1999. He played his senior year under then-new head coach Bob Stoops.
Before the XFL, Jackson served the past two seasons (2017-2018) as the wide receivers coach at Central Oklahoma University. It was Jackson’s second stint with the program as he was an assistant coach for the Broncos in 2005
The former Oklahoma wide receiver, who played for the Buffalo Bills and in the Arena Football League, spent the 2016 season at Mississippi State as an offensive analyst and recruiting specialist. Jackson spent one season at Davidson where he coached quarterbacks and three seasons at Washington State, where he worked as the Director of Player Relations as well as working in recruiting.
Prior to Washington State, Jackson worked for six seasons with wide receivers at Dartmouth University.
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