2003: Took a redshirt year ... Did dress out and traveled with the team.
High School: A two-time All-State selection at Kingsbury High School where he ran for 3,366 career yards ... Rated the No. 57 running back in the nation by Rivals.com ... Missed the first five games of his senior year due to an ankle injury, but still rushed for 1,457 yards (ranked seventh in city) and 10 touchdowns in only six games ... Also averaged 13.6 yards per punt return and 21.8 yards per kickoff return ... Collected four interceptions on defense ... Voted first team All-Metro ... Against Hillcrest, Jackson ran 31 times for 306 yards and four touchdowns, then versus Obion County in the playoffs he rushed 25 times for 251 yards ... As a junior, he led Kingsbury to an 8-4 mark with 1,387 yards and 11 touchdowns ... Also played cornerback ... Lettered in football and track.
Personal: Parents: Julia Martin and William Singleton ... Born: 10/12/84 ... Major: Undecided.