There isn't any time being wasted by Kevin Ollie and his staff at Connecticut when it comes to the class of 2015. Monday night, William Jackson became the second four-star guard to commit to the Huskies from the junior class.
A 6-foot-4 combo guard at Athens (Ga.) Christian, Jackson said that he felt comfortable with the style of play and people around the program.
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"I love their style of play," Jackson told Rivals.com. "The school has great tradition and the coaches are great people."
Long and rangy, Jackson is a versatile backcourt player. He is a slick ball handler who is particularly slippery in transition or attacking along the baseline. Because of that he can run some point, or he can play off the ball and be a slashing, secondary ball handler.
"I expect to be a combo guard and play my game and get everyone involved," said Jackson. "I feel as if I need to get stronger so I need to gain weight and get in the weight room."
Currently ranked No. 39 nationally in the class of 2015, Jackson joins what is setting up to be a nice recruiting class. A few months ago, Ollie and his staff locked up high flying Florida wing Prince Ali who currently checks in at No. 75 in the current 2015 Rivals150.
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