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Breakdown: UNC's No. 1 ranked 2014 basketball recruiting class

Justin Jackson has an evolved midrange game and a deadly floater at 6-8. He is an overall skilled offensive player in every regard. Defensively, Jackson has room for improvement in terms of strength and quickness, but he does have the length to be a disruptive defender. In general, the work that both Theo Pinson and Jackson do in the weight room will be pivotal to their development at North Carolina as wiry, slender players. (Carolina Blue)


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