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Joe Boozell | NCAA.com | October 22, 2015

Adoree Jackson switches focus to offense

  Adoree Jackson can do it all on the football field.

Adoree Jackson might be the fastest and most electrifying player in all of college football. Think modern-day Devin Hester in Trojans red and yellow.

Jackson came to USC primarily as a defensive back, but as his college career has progressed, one thing has become very clear: The Trojans are a better team when No. 2 has the ball in his hands.

So, in anticipation of No. 3 Utah this weekend, Jackson is going to switch his focus to the offensive side of the ball.

USC has a need at wide receiver, as Steven Mitchell Jr. and Darreus Rogers are doubtful for Saturday.

Buckle up, Pac-12 fans. The Adoree experience promises to be a fun one.

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