|High School:||Diamond Ranch HS|
- Sahlstrom Award winner (senior academic)
PERSONAL — Born Titus Clinton Jackson on Oct. 18, 1986 in Pullman, Wash. Parents: Titus G. Jackson and Lori Brazell. Family: Two sisters. High School (Coach): Diamond Ranch (Tom Leach) 2005. Major: Human Physiology. Redshirt: 2005.
2009 — Appeared in three games, totaling three tackles and one fumble recovery ... Played a season-high 19 snaps against Washington State ... Won the Sahlstrom (Team Senior Academic) Award at the team's postseason banquet.
2008 — Appeared in six straight games, beginning at Purdue and finishing at Arizona State … Made all four of his tackles at Washington State … Also had a pass breakup among a season-high 36 plays against the Cougars.
2007 — Made appearances in eight games, including the final six of the season … Was on the field for a season-high 16 plays vs. South Florida in the Sun Bowl … Also saw 12 snaps at UCLA.
2006 — Completed the year with single tackles vs. Washington State and Washington, making appearances in nine of the last 10 games.
2005 — Earned program’s scout team defensive player of the week acclaim and special teams scout merit in consecutive weeks for aiding preparations against Stanford and Arizona State, respectively.
HIGH SCHOOL — Earned all-San Gabriel Valley Region honors (L.A. Times) and all-CIF Southern Section second-team applause as a defensive back for the 2004 Mt. Baldy League champions … The safety posted 95 tackles and two interceptions as well as 25 receptions for 450 yards and four touchdowns as a wide receiver … Finished with five catches on three separate occasions and finished with double-digit tackles in six of nine regular-season appearances … The all-around stalwart capped his play for the Panthers carrying the football three times for 120 yards and one TD, recovering one fumble and returning an interception 35 yards … Led the Inland Empire with seven interceptions as a junior.