Ohio State football class of 2022 scouting report: Kenyatta Jackson

The recruiting cycle for 2022 is in the books. The Ohio State Buckeyes had a consensus top-five class in the country and are considered the No. 1 class in the Big Ten by a wide margin. It is no secret Ohio State had some struggles and the defensive line was less than spectacular, but the Buckeyes added some serious juice to the defensive front during this recruiting cycle.

It should be noted for those that are not familiar, recruiting classes are not like NFL draft classes. Many of these players will not see time as freshmen and will likely be redshirted. It’s also true that in the age of the transfer portal it is likely several players from this class will not be here at the end.

I wanted to at least take a dive into some of the top studs and we’ll start at the top of the recruiting class with defensive end, Kenyatta Jackson, and we have already previously dived into C.J. Hicks and Devin Brown.

Strengths

Chaminade-Madonna’s Kenyatta Jackson Jr. (2) chases down a Berkeley Prep player to tackle him. Chaminade-Madonna shut out Berkeley Prep 21-0 to claim the 3A State Championship title at Gene Cox Stadium on Friday, Dec. 10, 2021. Credit: USA TODAY Sports

Name: Kenyatta Jackson

High School: Chaminade-Madonna Prep (Hollywood, FL)

Height: 6’5″

Weight: 235 pounds

Four-Star Defensive End

Kenyatta Jackson is an interesting prospect because I feel like he can make a bid for serious snaps sooner rather than later. He has a large frame and I fully expect him to weigh 250 before the start of the 2023 season, but the most interesting trait is his toughness and constant motor. There are plenty of plays on his reel that show him hustling long distances to make the tackle.

Weaknesses

Chaminade-Madonna’s Kenyatta Jackson Jr. (2) blocks a Berkeley Prep player. Chaminade-Madonna shut out Berkeley Prep 21-0 to claim the 3A State…

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