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Lovell Jackson
Lovell Jackson

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Tampa, FL

High School:
Plant

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 185

Position:
FL

Birthdate:
12/26/1989

Major:
Communication

05/21/2013

Demon Deacons Earn Their Degrees

A total of 71 Wake Forest student-athletes received their degrees on Monday

11/20/2012

Weekly Football Press Conference Video & Quotes

The Deacons talked with the media to preview this week's game vs. Vanderbilt

10/23/2012

Football Game Notes - Wake Forest vs. Clemson

Wake Forest hosts Clemson in a nationally-televised showdown

10/20/2012

Defense Helps Wake Forest Beat Virginia 16-10

The Demon Deacons came in allowing more than 206 rushing yards per game. They limited the Cavaliers to just 48 yards rushing.

10/20/2012

Postgame Quotes -- Wake Forest 16, Virginia 10

Postgame quotes for Wake Forest's 16-10 victory over Virginia

11/20/2012

Weekly Press Conference - Lovell Jackson

Weekly Press Conference - Lovell Jackson

10/20/2012

Wake Forest vs. Virginia

Wake Forest vs. Virginia

09/08/2012

Wake Forest vs. North Carolina

Wake Forest vs. North Carolina

12/02/2011

Wake Forest vs Maryland

Wake Forest vs Maryland (11/19/2011)

11/10/2011

Wake Forest vs. Notre Dame

Wake Forest vs. Notre Dame

10/29/2011

Wake Forest football at North Carolina, 2011

Wake Forest football at North Carolina, 2011


Jackson Photo Gallery

2011 (Junior)
Played in 12 games on the season, serving as the Deacons' primary kick returner ... Finished sixth in the ACC in kickoff return average at 21.2 ... Returned 33 kicks for 700 total yards ... Returned nine punts for 33 yards (3.7 ypr) ... Also saw time on the punt and kickoff units, making three special teams tackles on the year ... Had a 90-yard punt return for a touchdown called back vs. NC State (Sept. 10) ... Made his first career start vs. Gardner-Webb (Sept. 17) and had an outstanding game ... Made three catches for 37 yards and had a 65-yard kickoff return ... Returned four kickoffs for 114 yards including a long of 59 vs. Notre Dame (Nov. 5) ... Missed the regular season finale vs. Vanderbilt (Nov. 26) after suffering a dislocated shoulder against Maryland the previous week ... Returned to action for the Music City Bowl vs. Mississippi State (Dec. 30) and returned two kickoffs ... Had shoulder surgery in the offseason and missed 2012 spring practice.

2010 (Sophomore)
Played in 10 games ... Started the season as a slot receiver and kick returner ... Finished the year in the secondary when injuries befell the defensive backfield ... Intercepted a pass on Vanderbilt's final offensive play of the game (Nov. 27) ... Finished second on the team with four punt returns ... Averaged 22.3 yards on three kickoff returns ... Had a season-long 25-yard kickoff return at Stanford (Sept. 18).

2009 (Redshirt Freshman)
Emerged as a top-flight kickoff returner to earn his first varsity letter ... Led the Deacons with a 24.2 kickoff return average, the sixth-highest average in the ACC ... Had an 80-yard return against NC State (Oct. 3) that set up a field goal to give Wake Forest a 30-24 lead with less than five minutes to play in the game ... Had five returns for 108 yards against Clemson (Oct. 17) ... Moved from running back to wide receiver early in the season ... Caught a 44-yard pass from Riley Skinner against Stanford (Sept. 12) that set up Wake Forest's game-winning touchdown ... It was his lone reception of the season ... Missed all of 2010 spring practice following offseason ankle surgery.

2008 (True Freshman)
Redshirted the season.


High School
A 2008 graduate of Plant HS in Tampa, Fla. ... A versatile athlete who was effective for Plant as a rusher, receiver and kick returner ... Rushed 34 times for 304 yards and one touchdown as a senior ... Caught 29 passes for 517 yards and seven scores ... Averaged 10.7 yards per punt return and 26.3 yards on kickoff returns ... Rushed for one touchdown as a senior and caught eight scoring passes ... Helped Plant to an 8-2 record in 2007 ... Second-leading rusher as a junior in 2006 with 482 yards and four touchdowns ... Helped lead the Panthers to a 15-0 record in 2006 and the 4A state championship ... Plant beat Ted Stachitas and Nease High in the 2006 state championship game ... Jackson scored on a 69-yard run in the state championship win ... A hamstring injury limited his playing time as a senior ... Caught six passes for 152 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Northeast ... Played for Coach Robert Weiner ... Also ran track where he logged a 10.69 100 meters ... Member of Prep Star's All-Southeast Region team ... Scout ranked him among the top 140 senior running backs in the nation ... Chose Wake Forest over Memphis and South Florida.

Personal
Majoring in communication with a minor in sociology ... Son of Latonia and Kedrick Jackson ... Born Dec. 26, 1989 ... First name is pronounced "lah-VELL". Nickname is "Scooby."

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