#31 Jessica Jackson
Jessica Jackson has the ability to score from anywhere within the paint ... earned 2006 Southeastern Conference Freshman Academic Honor Roll accolades trained and conditioned in Gainesville in addition to completing classes during the 2005 Summer B session has Type I diabetes and signing with a school that has outstanding medical facilities was an important part of her decision process to attended UF.
Freshman Year (2005-06) *Played in 19 games, totaling 107 minutes ... second post player off the bench ... four double-figure minute games ... scored in eight games, including a season-high six points in each of the first two games, hitting a combined 6-of-12 from the floor ... totaled 24 points and 18 rebounds ... played a valuable four minutes in the first half of the SEC first round win against Mississippi State (March 2), scoring two points with one rebound when UF's starting frontcourt was in foul trouble ... scored six points on 3-of-4 shooting with three rebounds in 12 minutes versus Stetson (Nov. 27) ... saw 11 minutes of action in the season-opener against St. Francis (NY), scoring six points on 3-of-8 shooting ... earned 2006 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll accolades.
High School Graduated in June of 2005 from Craigmont High School, where she was coached by Tim Anderson played her freshman and sophomore seasons at Ridgeway High School under coach Lisa Moore voted 2005 Associated Press Tennessee All-State Class AAA First Team finalist for the 2005 McDonald's All-American game rated No. 38 in Blue Star's listing of the Top 100 seniors named to the 2003, 2004 and 2005 TSSAA All-Tournament Team, District 16AAA member of the winning team that captured the 2005 adidas Senior All-Star game USA Today honorable mention All-American in 2003 and 2004 Street & Smith recognition in 2002 and 2003 broke school record for blocked shots in 2002, 2004 and 2005 helped the Lady Chiefs her junior year to a 34-4 record and advanced the final of the Tennessee Class AAA state championship game starred with the AAU team Memphis Showboats with current Gator teammate LaToya Bullard, whose father David coached the team captured the 2002 adidas 17-and-Under title at the Deep South Classic member of the 1999 Memphis Waves, that captured the 11 and Under AAU national championship helped Ridgeway HS's volleyball team win the 2001 and 2002 Regional and District titles.
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