Will Jackson will look to add depth to the Husker secondary this fall after graduating from Mesa Community College in May. Jackson will have two seasons of immediate eligibility remaining.
Jackson spent one season at Mesa, totaling 24 tackles and one tackle for loss as a defensive back. He also forced one fumble, broke up three passes and registered four interceptions, which he return for 55 yards.
Jackson originally began his collegiate career at Kentucky in 2016, redshirting with the Wildcats that season. In high school, Jackson was a two-way standout for St. John's College High, playing both cornerback and wide receiver. He was a first-team all-conference selection as a defensive back during his junior season, when he had three interceptions and six pass breakups.