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Justin jackson

Justin played for HCYA for 8 years before going on to play college basketball at the University of North Carolina.

His high School accomplishments include:

McDonald’s All-American Game Co-MVP (2014) after scoring 23 points on 11 of 14 shooting from the floor, Jack Daily Award for Sportsmanship (2014), Top Homeschool Player Award (2012, 2013, 2014), State champion '12, '13, and '14. National champion in 2012. Parade All-America and second-team USA Today All-America. Played in the McDonald's All-America Game and Jordan Brand Classic. Won the Maravich Award (2011), the Sullivan Award (2012) and the Jefferson Award (2013) as the top home schooled player in the country. Parade All-America and second-team USA Today All-America. Scored 13 points in gold medal game against Argentina

high school, college, and pro highlights

College: ACC All-Freshman Team (2015), ACC Post-Season Honorable Mention Award (2016); Starter in the NCAA Basketball National Championship Game in Houston, TX (national championship runner-up 2016), First-team All-ACC, ACC player of the year, Consensus first-team All-American, NCAA champion (2017)

Professional Achievements:

NBA: first round draft pick by the Sacramento Kings (2017). NBA champion with the Milwaukee Bucks (2021)

Justin is currently playing in the G-League for the Texas Legends.

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