Honors & Awards
- 2018 Elite Team Cup - 1st Team
- 2018 Winter Cup Challenge (Fifth, Vault) (Eighth, Still Rings)
- 2017 P&G Championships (Second, Vault) (Third, High Bar) (Fifth, All-Around) (Seventh, Parallel Bars) (Eighth, Still Rings)
- 2017 Men's Junior Olympic National Championships (Eighth, All-Around)
- 2017 RD761 Gymnastics Invitational (Third, Parallel Bars) (Fourth, Pommel Horse) (Fourth, Still Rings)
- 2016 P&G Championships (Sixth, High Bar)
- 2016 Men's Junior Olympic National Champions (Second, High Bar) (Fourth, Pommel Horse) (Fourth, Vault) (Fifth, All-Around) (Eighth, Floor)
- 2014 Men's Junior Olympic National Championships (First, High Bar) (Second, Parallel Bar) (Third, All-Around) (Third, Still Rings)
- 2013 Men's Junior Olympic National Championships (Third, All-Around) (Third, Pommel Horse) (Fifth, Still Rings) (Sixth, High Bar)
2019 (Season Outlook)
Khalil Jackson is expected to compete for a spot on all six events for the Huskers. Nebraska lost eight seniors to graduation, including three All-Americans, and Jackson will look to help fill that void in his first season with the Huskers.
2019 Season Highs
- Floor - 13.15 (vs. Illinois/Oklahoma, February 2, 2019)
- Pommel Horse - 13.80 (at Rocky Mountain Open, January 12, 2019)
- High Bar - 13.00 (at Penn State, January 26, 2019)
Jackson competed for Champions Gymnastics in Houston, Texas. He was the 2014 Junior Olympic National Champion on high bar.
Khalil was born on Feb. 11, 2000, and attended high school at Cinco Ranch High School in Houston, Texas. He is the son of Colin Jackson and Kimba Jackson and is majoring in psychology. Outside of gymnastics, Jackson enjoys playing football, basketball and being active. He also loves playing video games, like Madden Football.