Posted On: 01/1/19 11:00 AM
Tyshaun Jackson, a class of 2019 forward from Mills Godwin, exhibited intriguing potential on the defensive side of the floor during the Glory Days Tournament last week at Lake Braddock. At about 6-foot-3, Jackson is adept at moving his feet laterally and can stay in front of small guards, but also uses his length and leaping ability to rebound out of his area.
“I’ve heard from Virginia Wesleyan and Roanoke a little bit,” said Jackson, who says he has a 2.4 GPA at the moment. “They came in to see me play, and are trying to see me progress over the year.”
One thing that could be underrated about Jackson’s game is his jump shot. He demonstrated that he is capable of knocking down spot up threes, but needs