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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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    • Hoffman leads at wind-whipped PGA Texas Open
      Thu, 26 Mar 2015 23:11:22 -0400
      Charley Hoffman fired five birdies in a five-under par 67 to take the lead by one shot after the wind-whipped first round of the US PGA Tour Texas Open. Australia's Aaron Baddeley on Thursday also had five birdies with one bogey in a four-under 68 at TPC San Antonio. He was one stroke in front of American Max Homa, who closed with back-to-back birdies to grab sole possession of third place on a three-under par 69. "It was really challenging, really difficult," said American Matt Kuchar, who was happy to get off the course after an even par 72 -- more than six strokes better than the morning scoring average of 78.61.
    • Lee Mi-rim motors one ahead at Kia Classic
      Thu, 26 Mar 2015 22:08:07 -0400
      (Reuters) - South Korean Lee Mi-rim picked off seven birdies to take a one-shot lead with a seven-under-par 65 in the opening round of the Kia Classic in southern California on Thursday. Lee took advantage of ideal afternoon conditions to head Yani Tseng of Taiwan by one stroke at the Aviara course in Carlsbad, while New Zealand's world number one Lydia Ko and Australian Karrie Webb were among a group on 67. Lee, 24, won twice in her rookie season on the LPGA circuit last year, and has already recorded a runner-up finish this season. Korean-born players have dominated the LPGA this year, winning all six tournaments.
    • Late starter Hoffman moves one ahead at Texas Open
      Thu, 26 Mar 2015 22:07:23 -0400
      (Reuters) - American Charley Hoffman, bidding for a fourth PGA Tour victory, took advantage of a favorable afternoon start to seize a one-stroke lead in the opening round of the Texas Open in sunny San Antonio on Thursday. With conditions a little easier in the afternoon after the morning field had struggled in strong gusting winds, Hoffman fired a flawless five-under-par 67 on the challenging layout at the TPC San Antonio. Australian Aaron Baddeley, helped by an extraordinary birdie at the par-four 17th, opened with a 68 and American Max Homa with a 69 as only 12 players ended a testing day under par, all of them benefiting from afternoon tee times. Five-times major winner Phil Mickelson and fellow American Ryan Palmer returned 70s but U.S. Open champion Martin Kaymer of Germany ballooned to an 82 after having to contend with morning winds that gusted up to 40 mph (64 kph).

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