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Tennessee safety Janzen Jackson has returned to school and is back with the Vols, enrolling for the second summer semester, University of Tennessee admissions confirmed Wednesday.
According to a brief release from the UT athletic department, Jackson is expected to be a "full participant" when practices begin in August.
Classes for the second summer semester begin Thursday.
Jackson, one of the Vols' most talented players, has been away from the team since February because of what coach Derek Dooley described as "personal issues."
Jackson, though, remained in Knoxville and continued to train off campus. He is currently listed as a university employee in the school's directory.
A junior, Jackson has started 22 games in his UT career and picked up a team-high five interceptions last season.
More news later online and in Thursday's News Sentinel.