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Justin Jackson "putting home-school high school basketball on the map"


Justin Jackson, home-schooled since fourth grade, is changing the way people think. "He's putting home-school high school basketball on the map," Warriors coach Karl Rhodes said. Jackson, a 6-7 junior with a soft touch and one of the top players in the country, recently committed to play at North Carolina, picking one of the nation's most storied basketball programs over a slew of others. He will be the first home-schooled player to sign with the Tar Heels. (Houston Chronicle)


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