Jackson, who will turn 22 in September, is one of three Queensland players to sign with the Broncos.
Jackson is one the best prospects in the game, with a track record of winning State of Origin for the Queensland Reds and Queensland State of League titles.
He is a tall, strong, powerful back and was a key cog in the Queensland side that won the 2015 Origin series and is also one of the best players in the competition for the Broncos at the moment.
He played his junior football in the South Queensland Reds before moving to the Broncos in 2017 and has been a regular member of the Queensland squad for several seasons.
Jackson has been playing a lot of footy in the NRL with the club this season and has made a number of appearances this season.
He was one of four players to have a try in a NRL match this year, but is most known for a series of tackle incidents that saw him miss the opening round of the finals against the Broncos, and also for an elbow to the head that led to him missing the final two matches of the season.
Jackson will join the Broncos as an unrestricted free agent, and his move to the club has been welcomed by Broncos CEO Andrew Fagan.
“I’ve had a long time to think about it and I feel really lucky to be at this club,” Jackson said.
“The players have been really nice to me and I’m happy to be here.”
Obviously the first half of the year has been tough but I know this club has always been my home and it’s really nice being able to be part of a group of people who I know are here to help me improve.
“Jackson’s move to Australia is a coup for the club, and while the Broncos are expected to keep their hands full with the Queensland Super League, the opportunity to move up the ladder is one that the club is looking forward to.
The Broncos are also looking forward on the opportunities they have with the national draft next month, with the selection of Samu Kerevi as the No.1 pick next month.
Kerevi, who played nine games this season for the Warriors, was the top pick in the national Draft in the past and was considered one of a few players to play in the All Blacks Test squad this season, but missed the final round due to injury.KEREVI’S HIGHLIGHTS: Warriors’ Samu Simeone (right) celebrates his try against the Raiders in Round 5 last year.
The Warriors will look to improve on last year’s premiership success when they face the Raiders at Suncorp Stadium on March 28.
The Raiders will be looking to build on their win over the Warriors in Round 2, when they took down the Warriors 34-14 in Canberra.