University of Arkansas Football’s Koilan Jackson teams up with Legacy Letter Challenge to encourage fathers to write “at least one well-written, meaningful, lasting letter to their children.”
The Legacy Letter Challenge helps dads communicate their heart-felt feelings to their kids in a lasting way. The program walks dads through a break-through experience, drawing out the letter that already exists in their hearts, carrying it to their minds, and, ultimately, guiding them to put it on paper. The effort was founded by Blake Brewer, after he received a life-changing letter from his own father. He discovered the note just hours after his father, Larry, died in a drowning accident in Hawaii. Anyone interested can go to LegacyLetterChallenge.com to sign up for the program. Receive 10% off with the discount code “koilan.”
In a released statement from Legacy Letter Challenge, Koilan Jackson says: “”The best time each week is when I pick up my son from daycare. I love it when he sees me and yells ‘Daddy! Daddy!’ I want to be a great dad to my son in the same way that my dad was to me. I love my family.” Koilan’s father, Keith Jackson, is a College Football Hall of Fame tight end and played for the Philadelphia Eagles, Miami Dolphins, and Green Bay Packers in the NFL. Keith currently mentors a group of 20 young dads who grew up without fathers.
Koilan Jackson is a 6-2 tight end from Little Rock, Arkansas. He was an ESPN 4-star prospect coming out of Joe T. Robinson High School.