Two-time letterman ... veteran backcourt player ... has been significant contributor to program since arrival at Academy ... one of team's best defenders ... boasts outstanding speed and quickness ... possesses "extra gear" in the open court ... injects needed up-tempo pace to Army offense when necessary ... able to create scoring opportunities in the paint ... working to find consistency in perimeter shooting ... has bright future ... product of USMA Prep School.
As a sophomore: started seven times among his 26 appearances ... averaged 1.4 ppg. and 1.2 rpg. ... shot .310 from the floor, .300 from three-point range and .700 from the foul line ... scored season-high nine points off bench opposite Columbia ... posted six points at Bucknell ... added six markers during home victory over Navy ... dished out three assists on four occasions ... grabbed season-high five rebounds in Patriot League opener against Colgate ... notched four caroms in home outings versus Columbia and Navy ... credited with career-high three steals in road loss to Midshipmen.
As a freshman: played in 23 contests, drawing 15 starting assignments ... averaged 3.0 ppg. and 2.3 rpg. ... shot .295 from the floor, .290 from three-point range and .333 from the foul line ... ranked fifth on the team in starts ... used sparingly in the opening six games, seeing action for less than a minute against Coast Guard ... saw first significant court time at Albany, scoring six points ... garnered first turn with the lead cast one night later against nationally ranked Connecticut ... posted career-high 11 points against New Hampshire ... only other double-digit effort was a 10-point showing at Lehigh in February ... registered six points and career-high seven rebounds at Holy Cross ... averaged 6.0 ppg. and 4.2 rpg. over a torrid six-game stretch during Patriot League play.
High School/USMAPS: played for head coach Glen Farrello at Eleanor Roosevelt High in Greenbelt, Md. ... spent four years with the varsity program ... averaged 18.0 ppg., 1.5 rpg. and 6.0 apg. in final campaign ... scored game-winning basket as team won state championship game his senior year ... that bucket was final basket scored in a state high school playoff game at legendary Cole Field House ... was named MVP of that state title contest ... named All-Met in Washington, D.C., area ... played baseball for three seasons ... also spent a year at the USMA Prep School.
Personal: given name is Marshall Earl Jackson ... born Feb. 7, 1984 ... parents' names are Marshall and Renee Jackson ... listed in "Who's Who Among American High School Students" ... majoring in Law and Legal Studies.