Kylin Jackson, a 4-star safety from Zachary (La.), has reportedly set a commitment date and named a final four.

Jackson told On3’s Sam Spiegelman on Thursday that he has cut his list to LSU, Oregon, Texas A&M, and Michigan. Jackson will announce his commitment on Aug. 8.

The 6-foot-1, 195-pound Jackson rates as a 4-star in the industry-generated 247 Composite as well as the 167th overall recruit in the 2023 class. He’s the 10th-ranked safety prospect and the 10th-ranked recruit from the state of Louisiana.

Dan Lanning and the Ducks are working on a top-25 recruiting class (at the moment). There are 11 known commitments so far, four from defensive backs. Oregon has verbal pledges already from 4-star safety prospects Kodi Decambra and Tyler Turner. Adding Jackson would give Lanning a promising roamer in the secondary.

247Sports’ Gabe Brooks had this to say on Jackson’s game:

Good height and looks long on tape. Lean, athletic build that will foster more bulk in college. Instinctive center field-type at the back end who covers chunks of territory in the passing game. Awareness is obvious, as is functional athleticism. Has a nose for the ball. Redirects fairly well relative to frame length, allowing him to drive on throws. Frame should aid in catch-point disruption. Above average ball skills. Willing tackler who will crash the box vs. the run when needed. Functional athlete on the field but athletic profile lacks verified context in the form of track or combine testing. Similarly, size has not been verified yet. Free safety play style with a frame that could lead to dropping down as a hybrid back-seven player in certain situations. Projects to high-major level with plenty of long-term upside.

You can view his highlight tape below, via Hudl: