Contributed eight catches for 108 yards (13.5 average) with a long catch of 22 yards … started against Kansas and saw action in all 13 games … had a season-high three catches against Oklahoma State.
Saw action in 11 games, starting one contest ... caught his first pass of the season for 28 yards against Missouri ... enjoyed a season-high three-catch, 45-yard performance at Kansas ... caught one pass and returned a his lone kickoff 18 yards against Texas Tech.
Played in 11 games as a true freshman, starting six ... A&M's sixth-leading receiver on the year (272 yards) ... did not see action in the final two games of the regular season, but caught one pass for 41 yards in Independence Bowl against Georgia (12/28) ... totaled a team season-high and career-best 118 yards receiving against Arkansas (10/3) ... hauled in first career touchdown, a 60-yard strike in the first quarter of the game ... earned first career start in 56-19 win over UAB (9/26), catching three passes for 26 yards ... pulled in three balls for 17 yards in debut game against New Mexico (9/5).
Coached by former Aggie baseball letterman Lee Fedora at Navasota High School ... earned first-team All-State honors at wide receiver as a senior (2008) … earned honorable-mention All-State honors as a junior (2007) … earned first-team All-District honors as both a junior and senior … as a sophomore (2006) caught 14 passes for 362 yards (25.9 avg.) and four touchdowns … as a junior caught 39 passes for 755 yards (19.4 avg.) and eight touchdowns … as a senior caught 39 passes for 1,064 yards (27.3 avg.) and 15 touchdowns … led Navasota to a 10-1 record and a state top 10 ranking in 3A … Maroon and White Report Texas Top 35.
Brandal Jackson is the son of Brandal Jackson Sr. of Navasota, Texas and Nichole Wilson of Conroe, Texas ... chose the Aggies over Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Nebraska ... also a track and basketball standout ... born March 28, 1991 ... agricultural leadership and development major.