PORTLAND, Ore. – Whether it was predicting that he’d score 50 points at the Big Strick Classic and then doing it, throwing it between his legs off the backboard to himself for a dunk or engaging and backing up a trash-talking duel with NBA Hall of Famer Gary Payton, Prolific Prep (Napa, Calif.) wing Josh Jackson has mesmerized fans with his dominance on the hardwood for years.
So how is America’s Most Wanted recruit planning to let the world know which school – Arizona, Michigan State or Kansas – he’s heading to next year?
“Probably on Twitter,” Jackson said after scoring seven points to help the USA Junior National Select Team smack the World Select Team 101-67 Saturday in the Nike Hoop Summit at the Moda Center.
That’s right Tweeps, get ready to keep refreshing your timelines Monday; and, no, there’s no set time for said announcement.
“I just know it’ll be Monday,” Jackson said with a laugh.
The plan, according to Jackson, is to gather with family and close friends at his home in Michigan and inform them of his decision, which he said has already been made.
“I know where I’m going,” Jackson said. “I’m not doing TV or any streaming or anything like that. I’ll just tweet it, but it will definitely be Monday.”
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