Data Scout Notes: 2019: 01-06-19 - Announced Early Entry into 2019 NFL Draft...2018: Transfer from Buffalo...2017: NAC...2016: NAC
/ football Videos
*Automated search based on player first/last name, college team name, football, 3 loading panels, click video to view in full size on this page, watch or fast forward one full video, or open player with red arrow to choose more cuts at the bottom of the big video screen. Click "I'm done watching this" blue link at the top of video to close screen. If available/HQ changes video quality.
Draft Scout News
01/06/19 - University at Buffalo quarterback Tyree Jackson is forgoing his senior season by declaring himself eligible for the NFL draft. Jackson calls it a "once in a lifetime opportunity" in a posting Sunday on Instagram. He has been contemplating his future since placing his name into the NCAA transfer portal shortly after completing his season with a 42-32 loss to Troy in the Dollar General Bowl. Jackson is a redshirt junior who already has graduated. He says he reached his decision by consulting with his family, and adds he's "really excited about the journey ahead, and I am going to attack it head on." Jackson had a career-high 3,131 yards passing for 28 touchdowns, one short of matching the school's single-season record, and 12 interceptions this season. He also scored seven touchdowns rushing. Overall, Jackson has completed 56 percent of his passes for 6,999 yards with 49 touchdowns and 24 interceptions in 32 career games. Buffalo also stands losing its top two receivers. Anthony Johnson is graduating, and K.J. Osborn is exploring the possibility of transferring. - AP College Football
01/02/19 - University at Buffalo quarterback Tyree Jackson has taken the first step in exploring the possibility of transferring to another school for his senior season. Coach Lance Leipold says in a statement Wednesday that Jackson has placed his name into the NCAA transfer portal. Leipold says he and Jackson have had "good open talks" regarding the future, and adds the player is considering all options, including staying at Buffalo. Being placed in the portal allows players to have contact with other schools. Jackson is a redshirt junior who already has graduated, which would allow him to transfer and immediately play next year.
Jackson was the Mid-American Conference offensive player of the year, helping Buffalo set a single-season record in victories and clinch its fourth bowl appearance. The Bulls finished 10-4 following a 42-32 loss to Troy in the Dollar General Bowl on Saturday. Jackson finished with a career-high 3,131 yards passing for 28 touchdowns, one short of matching the school's single-season record, and 12 interceptions this season. He also scored seven touchdowns rushing. Overall, Jackson has completed 56 percent of his passes for 6,999 yards with 49 touchdowns and 24 interceptions in 32 career games. Buffalo is losing its top receiver, Anthony Johnson, to graduation. - AP College Football
11/24/18 - Tyree Jackson threw a touchdown pass and Buffalo ran in four scores to beat Bowling Green 44-14 on Friday to claim the Mid-American Conference East Division championship. The Bulls (10-2, 7-1) will face Northern Illinois in the conference title game on Nov. 30 at Detroit's Ford Field. The Bulls captured its second outright East Division championship and third overall; they won it in 2008 and tied in 2007. Buffalo rebounded from a 52-17 rout at Ohio on Nov. 14 to earn its tenth win, the most since joining the FBS era in 1999. Jackson's 37-yard scoring throw to George Rushing was his 25th TD pass of the season, tying Drew Willy (2008) for second most touchdown passes in a season at Buffalo.
Jaret Patterson and Kevin Marks had two touchdown runs apiece for the Bulls, who extended their program-best for most rushing touchdowns in a season to 32. Patterson broke loose for a 40-yard score and an 11-yarder in the first half. He finished with 88 yards on 11 carries, and is 44 yards shy of Aaron Leeper's (2002) freshman record of 917 in a season. Marks bullied in both scores from short yardage, and had 63 yards rushing on 21 carries. Buffalo rushed for 332 yards on 62 carries. Emmanuel Reed led with 109 yards on 15 carries. Jarret Doege threw a seven-yard touchdown pass to Scott Miller in the first quarter for Bowling Green (3-9, 2-6). Doege was 8-of-17 passing for 84 yards with one interception. - AP College Football
11/05/18 - NOV 5 MAC EAST DIVISION OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Buffalo QB Tyree Jackson,...Buffalo junior quarterback Tyree Jackson (Norton Shores, Mich.) accounted for six touchdowns in a 51-42 win over Miami on Tuesday, Oct. 30. Jackson threw for three touchdowns and ran for a career-best three more. Jackson went 20-of-34 for a season-high 358 yards passing and three touchdowns, passes of 75, 20 and 10 yards. With his three touchdown runs, he became the first quarterback in the Bulls' FBS era (since 1999) to score three rushing touchdowns in a game. He became just the second quarterback in the country this season to throw for three and rush for three touchdowns in the same game. - MAC Football
10/31/18 - Tyree Jackson threw for 358 yards and three touchdowns - all to Anthony Johnson - and ran for three more scores to help Buffalo beat Miami (Ohio) 51-42 on Tuesday night and remain unbeaten in Mid-American Conference play. Jackson was 20-of-34 passing with no interceptions. Johnson finished with eight receptions for a career-high 238 yards and Jaret Patterson had 96 yards rushing and a score on 23 carries for Buffalo (8-1, 5-0), which has won four in a row. Miami's Gus Ragland hit Kenny Young for a 59-yard touchdown and then, less than two minutes later, scored on a 1-yard run to make it 42-all going into the fourth quarter. Patterson's 4-yard TD run put Buffalo back in front with 8:53 to play and, after Miami failed to convert a fourth-and-5 from midfield, Adam Mitcheson's 37-yard field goal nearly five minutes later capped the scoring. The four-year starter became the program's career leader with 45 made field goals. Ragland completed 20 of 35 for 313 yards and had 16 carries for 53 yards and three scores for Miami (3-6, 3-2). - AP College Football