USC's Adoree' Jackson finishes 5th in long jump at NCAA championships
It's becoming pretty obvious that Adoree' Jackson can do pretty much anything he wants ... and do it well.
You might know Jackson as an All-American football player for the USC Trojans. Well, now, you can add first-team All-American his resume.
The track star leaped 25 feet, 11 inches Wednesday to finish fifth in the long jump at the NCAA Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Ore.
After the results were learned, Jackson tweeted, "Don't get me wrong it's a blessing but being who I am, I am not satisfied #FINAO"
Jackson definitely is making the most of his time at USC. It's only taken him one year to earn All-American honors in two sports.
If you believe Jackson's track coach, Russell Biggs, Jackson might be able to medal in the olympics he's so good.
"It's the spring football that's the killer," Biggs said, via FOXSports.com. "He can absolutely get on the medal stand if he's able to be excused from spring football and concentrate on track once football season is over."
Is there anything Jackson can't do?