|Position:||Director of Player Relations|
|Alma Mater:||Oklahoma, 2000|
Jarrail Jackson begins his third season at Washington State and his second as the Director of Player Relations, assisting with recruiting and operations.
Jackson spent the previous six seasons working with the wide receivers at Dartmouth University where he coached two different second team All-Ivy League selections.
Jackson was a wide receiver and punt returner at the University of Oklahoma from 1996-99, earning All-Big 12 Conference honors at both positions. As a senior, playing under offensive coordinator Mike Leach, he had 54 receptions for 659 yards and seven scores. He set eight receiving and return school records, left OU second in career all-purpose yards and first in punt return yards (1,238) and caught an Independence Bowl record 10 passes against Ole Miss in 1999. Jackson also played centerfield for the Sooners baseball team.
From 2000-02, the Houston native was a member of the practice squad for the Buffalo Bills. Additionally, he spent six seasons playing the ArenaFootball2 League.
Jackson’s coaching career began in 2004 at Chichasha High School in Oklahoma before moving on to University of Central Oklahoma where he served as a volunteer assistant coach in 2005.
Jackson has three children, Jalen, Acelynn and Brooklyn.