C.J. Jackson

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Vitals

Guard
6-1 175
Sophomore
Olympic High School
Eastern Florida State
Charlotte, North Carolina

Statistics

Season
gp
gs
min
min avg
pts
pts avg
fgm
fga
fg%
3-pt fg
3-pt fga
3-pt fg%
2016-17
32
9
611
19.1
179
5.6
58
147
.395
26
81
.321
TOTAL
32
9
611
19.1
179
5.6
58
147
.395
26
81
.321
Season
gp
gs
ftm
fta
ft%
o-reb
d-reb
treb
reb avg
pf
dq
ast
to
blk
stl
2016-17
32
9
37
55
.673
13
66
79
2.47
52
0
92
42
0
27
TOTAL
32
9
37
55
.673
13
66
79
2.47
52
0
92
42
0
27

Ohio State Overview

AS A SOPHOMORE (2016-17)

  • Played in all 32 contests, starting nine
  • Averaged 5.6 points and 2.5 rebounds per game
  • Ranked second on the team with 92 assists and third with 27 steals

Notable Games in 2016-17

  • Tallied a team-high nine assists to go along with four points and six boards at Navy (11/11)
  • Dished out eight assists vs. North Carolina Central (11/14)
  • Recorded five points and five assists against Jackson St. (11/23)
  • Tallied six points, seven assists and three steals against Marshall (11/25)
  • Scored a season-high nine points on a trio of 3-pointers, while grabbing four boards and dishing out three assists at Virginia (11/30)
  • Went for eight points, five assists and three rebounds against Youngstown State (12/20)
  • Scored eight points against Purdue (1/5)
  • Tallied five points and four assists at Minnesota (1/8)
  • Pulled down three boards and assisted on Marc Loving’s game-winning layup with less than one second remaining at Nebraska (1/17)
  • Went for seven points and six rebounds against Northwestern (1/22)
  • Tallied six points and four assists at Iowa (1/28)
  • Went for eight points and a career-high eight rebounds in first-career start at Michigan (2/4)
  • Tallied seven points and three rebounds vs. Rutgers (2/8)
  • Scored a career-high 13 points at Maryland
  • Went for six points and six boards at Michigan State (2/14)
  • Scored a career-best 18 points to go along with four boards, four assists and four steals vs. Wisconsin (2/23)
  • Went for 18 points and eight boards vs. Indiana (3/4)
  • Scored 12 points and dished out six assists vs. Rutgers (3/8)

PRIOR TO OHIO STATE

  • Played 2015-16 season at Eastern Florida State, where he was a second team National Junior College Athletic Association All-American
  • Led the Titans with 16.9 points, 4.4 assists and 2.3 steals per game
  • Started all 32 games, reaching double figures 25 times, including 11 contests with 20 or more points
  • Three-time NJCAA Region 8 Player of the Week and was named NJCAA Division I Player of the Week once
  • Graduated from Olympic High School where he helped the team win the 2013 North Carolina State 4A Championship
  • Olympic was 53-5 over his final two seasons

PERSONAL

  • Son of Cleveland and Shawn Jackson
  • Has two siblings, Camiya and Camryn
  • Father played basketball at Georgia from 1992-95

C.J. Jackson drives for a layup
C.J. Jackson drives for a layup