Kareem Jackson returns home for football camp

Jackson talking to the kids at his annual camp./(A.J. Good WGXA)

Kareem Jackson has fond memories of Henderson Stadium. The Macon, GA native made his way back to his hometown for his annual football camp. Over 100 kids showed up for the camp. They had several former players and coaches that took them through many different drills. The former Westside Seminole played at Alabama where he helped the Crimson Tide win the 2009 SEC Title. From there he was take in the 1st round of the 2010 NFL Draft by the Houston Texans. He's had a successful career in the Lone Star state. He's racked up 472 tackles, 14 interceptions, and 3 touchdowns during his 8 years there. He says he always loves coming back home, and doing something for the community makes it even better. "It feels great to be able to come back to my hometown and to do something for the kids to make sure they're getting out of the house and being active. Teach them some fundamentals and good things like that. In the process, its great for me to be here."

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