Oklahoma State football: Blake Jackson now strictly an inside receiver
When Blake Jackson arrived at OSU, coach Mike Gundy’s hope was to use him as both an inside receiver and a tight end, but coaches determined that hindered his development as a pass-catcher.
When Blake Jackson arrived at OSU in the spring as the top receiving junior college tight end in the country, coach Mike Gundy’s hope was to use him as both an inside receiver and a tight end attached to the line of scrimmage.
But when certain drills during practice overlapped — Jackson would work on blocking for the running game while receivers were doing 1-on-1 routes — coaches determined it hindered his...
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