Jackson has signed his rookie deal, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
The seventh-rounder from Pitt performs better on the field than his average size and below-average speed would indicate, accruing 43 pass breakups and four picks in his four seasons as a Panther. Jackson is probably not athletic enough to line up outside in the pros, but he may have the instincts and special teams ability to make the team as a depth defensive back.
The Bills selected Jackson in the seventh round of the 2020 NFL Draft, 239th overall.
Jackson is a defensive back out of Pittsburgh who is pesky in coverage. He broke up a whopping 43 passes in his four-year career at Pitt and added four picks. He checks in at 5-foot-11 and 187 pounds, size that played on the outside in college, but his frame may force him inside at the next level. Look for him to be a reserve defensive back and special teamer early in his career.