Shedrick Jackson’s career at Auburn is over. This became official after he announced via his personal Instagram account that he was declaring himself in the 2023 NFL Draft.
The veteran wide receiver was part of Auburn’s 2018 signing class. There were questions about whether he’d return to Auburn around this time a year ago, but the Hoover native has opted to take advantage of the COVID year to play one more season of college football.
In his five years at Auburn, he caught 66 passes for 874 yards and scored a touchdown.
Jackson posted on his Instagram:
“First of all, I want to thank God for giving me the opportunity to play at the best university in the country. Thank you for what you do,” a process that pushed me to be the best version of myself each day.
Thank you for your support and dedication to the university and to myself. It was an experience. Thank you to all the coaches who crossed paths and helped me grow into who I am today.Through the twists and turns, I learned a lot about myself, the game of football and life. . With that said, we would like to announce that we will be declaring the 2023 NFL Draft. “
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