Iowa defensive back Josh Jackson isn’t sure whether or not he’ll return to Iowa in 2018 or if he’ll declare for the NFL draft. And he won’t make a decision until after the Pinstripe Bowl.

Marc Morehouse of The Gazette tweeted out that Jackson will announce his decision following Iowa’s Pinstripe Bowl game against Boston College, scheduled for Dec. 27.

Jackson said he will play in the bowl game.

Jackson was an All-B1G and All-American selection after a stellar 2017 campaign. He led the nation with seven interceptions, returning two of those for touchdowns. He also ranked second nationally in passes broken up with 18 and had 47 tackles for the year.

Jackson had incredible performances in back-to-back weeks when the season entered November. Against Ohio State, he had three interceptions, helping Iowa stun the Buckeyes 55-24 in Kinnick Stadium. A week later, Jackson had two pick-sixes against Wisconsin in Madison. The Hawkeyes dropped that game 38-14.

Iowa is losing a few key contributors on the defensive side of the ball next season, most notably All-American linebacker Josey Jewell. If he returns, Jackson would be the staple in the Hawkeyes secondary in 2018.

But we’ll have to wait about a week until Jackson officially makes his decision.