DeSean Jackson is one of the most exciting young receivers in football. Currently playing for the Philadelphia Eagles, he is known for catching long passes and his trademark taunting after he does so. Jackson played his college football at California.
He wore the number 1 in college.
On July 20, he agreed to terms on a four-year contract with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Jackson finished college with 52 career plays of 20 yards or more, making up 23 percent of his 226 touches.
Holds Pac-10 records for punts returned for a touchdown in a season (four), and in a career (six).
Calhisports.com voted him the 2004 Mr. Football State Player of the Year.
Jackson was voted the Most Valuable Player at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio, Texas his seior year in highschool.
He played baseball and was scouted by the Tampa Bay Rays and Philadelphia Phillies.
Jackson was on the cover of the PlayStation 2 version of NCAA Football 09.
His jersey number on the Eagles is 10.
Jackson is a two-time member of the "Best in the West" first team.
Majored in social welfare.
4.3 speed in the 40-yard dash.
DeSean's brother, Byron, played professional football he was on the Kansas City Chiefs in 1992-93.
Parents are Gayle and Bill Jackson.
Went to high school with fellow Eagle teammate Winston Justice.
Jackson ranks third all-time at California for receiving yards with 2,423 and receiving touchdowns with 22.
He was drafted in the 2nd round of the 2008 draft the 49th pick overall.
He was named the 2004 Glenn Davis Award winner by the Los Angeles Times as Southern California's player of the year.
Jackson attended Long Beach Polytechnic High School.
DeSean Jackson was selected to the 2009 Probowl.