In three seasons at the University of Arkansas, he has gone from barely an afterthought to being considered one of the best two quarterbacks in the SEC and top 10 in the country.

This is a young man who had zero college scholarship offers to play quarterback. He had offers, but he was seen more as a tight end.

Under the teaching of Kendal Briles, Jefferson, who is 6-3, 245 pounds, has developed into a true dual threat. 

He could always run, and his throwing was OK, but now his passing is vastly improved. 

The Manning Passing Academy is the premiere quarterback camp in the country and invitations are rarely turned down. There is a waiting list.

The camp has been operating for more than a quarter of a century, and this year will be held today through Sunday at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, La.

The camp founder and leader is Archie Manning, who was a tremendous college quarterback that was drafted by the New Orleans Saints, known most of his playing time as the "Aints," 

Cooper Manning, who was on the way to being an outstanding receiver until injured, works the camp.  

But these days he's mostly known as being the father of Arch Manning, the No. 1-ranked quarterback in the nation for the 2023 recruiting class. 

Apparently the owners of Rocco's Pizza and Cantina, home of the Jell-O Shot Challenge in Omaha, Neb., were deeply touched by the amount of shots consumed since the College World Series began.

They have decided to give back to Arkansas and Ole Miss, the two schools who are No. 1 and No. 2 in Jell-O shots consumed.

The Jell-O Shot Challenge at Rocco's started as a unique idea to add another layer of fun for fans who attend the College World Series in Omaha. 

Our staff and the teams who have participated over the years have a had a great time.