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Justin Jackson Class of 2016

Justin Jackson is a 6’7 middle school forward out of Toronto, Canada. Jackson is a very unique young basketball player because he possesses great ball handling and court vision skills for a player his size. You might have seen him playing for the YAAACE were he won MVP of the inaugural YAAACE Provincial 14U All-Star Game. Watch out for this kid in the next coming years. He has impressed many scouts and has had many solid performances.



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