I don't necessarily think that means his son, Jackson, isn't coming. Jackson Jeffcoat, the nation's top defensive end prospect, will be on campus in Norman this weekend and his father's decision to not accept the position as OU's d-line coach could be based on letting his son enjoy the college experience without having dad coaching him and looking over his shoulder. Here's what the elder Jeffcoat said about the OU defensive line coaching position and his son's recruitment to OU. "He is going to be there four or five years. He has to be happy. I want him to make a decision that best suits him, not me, his mother or anyone else."