Kearis Jackson is not the flashiest pass-catching option for Georgia. He’s not the explosive leaper George Pickens is. He doesn’t have the upside of Jermaine Burton or Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint. Nor does he have the speed to match Arian Smith.
Unlike those four wide receivers though, Jackson has been able to emerge as a consistent presence for Georgia. He’s been able to avoid injury after suffering hand and ankle injuries as a redshirt freshman.
Since then he’s emerged as a consistent presence in the wide receiver room in addition to being a leader.
And that’s something important to Jackson.
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