The Queen Creek Bulldogs were slated to have one of their most talented recruiting classes in the class of 2021, and they have certainly delivered.
On Tuesday night, Bulldogs safety Krew Jackson committed to Kansas State, becoming the fourth incoming senior on the team to pledge to a Power 5 program, joining Hunter Barth (Cal), Trey Reynolds (Utah) and Isaia Glass (ASU).
— Krew Jackson (@krewjack) August 26, 2020
Along with Kansas State, Jackson holds offers from Boston College, ASU, Iowa State, Washington State, Arizona, BYU, NAU, Pitt, Boise State, Virginia, Yale, UNLV, San Diego State, Michigan State, Air Force, Idaho, Tulane and Navy.
The 6-foot-5, 200-pound safety holds a 3.9 GPA and notched 72 tackles and two interceptions.
Kansas State currently has former Mountain Pointe & Chandler defensive tackle Matthew Pola-Mao on the roster and is also recruiting Chandler’s Zion Magalei.