DeSean Jackson, Jeremy Maclin, and Kevin Curtis: Speed, Strength, Eagles


Published: July 8, 2009

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... an excuse.

He is a superstar in the making.

Let's bring it back to his days of wearing No. 1.

Let's bring it back to Cal, where he excelled. 

Let's bring it back...


DeSean Jackson was a very sought after wideout out of high school. He would choose to go to Cal. During his college career, Jackson was a very high-end receiver, but he would be best known for the danger he created when returning a punt/kickoff. 

He had seven TDs in his freshman season and eclipsed 100 yards receiving three times. By his junior season, he was considered a Heisman Trophy candidate.

Jackson left Cal with a few Pac-10 records tucked under his belt: most punts returned for touchdowns in both a season, with four, and in a career, with six. DeSean also ranks third all-time for his university for receiving TDs and receiving yards.

Jackson entered the NFL Draft in 2008. He would run a 4.29 40-yard dash. He would also be referred to...

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