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Video: Justin Jackson blows by defender in summer workouts
UNC sophomore small forward Justin Jackson is working out in his hometown of Houston in preparation for the 2015-2016 season. Along with weight lifting and...

Justin Jackson's Summer: Weight Room
Justin Jackson is working with a local strength coach this summer, focusing on specific weight room goals targeted to help him take the next step...

Power Rankings: North Carolina No. 1 ahead of Kentucky, Kansas, Maryland
1. North Carolina: While the Tar Heels have the most returning talent of any contender, they won't win it all if they're merely the same...

Justin Jackson's Summer Game Plan
In the absence of structured workouts with the coaching staff, Justin Jackson opted to return home to a rigorous weight and skill-development regimen. “(UNC Strength...

Vitale: Super sophomores to watch in 2015-2016
Here are five guys to keep an eye on next season as they become super sophs: Justin Jackson, North Carolina - The Tar Heels have...

Joel Berry Enjoying the Journey
Joel Berry II averaged 13.2 minutes, 4.2 points and 1.5 assists per game. Like freshman counterpart Justin Jackson, he played his best basketball in March...

UNC Basketball will still be strong, despite missing out on Ingram
Fear not, North Carolina fans. The sky isn’t plummeting because Brandon Ingram — the reigning North Carolina Mr. Basketball — committed to play basketball at...

A post-draft declaration look at next season's top 20 teams
1. North Carolina: Despite the surprise departure of ultra-athletic forward J.P. Tokoto, North Carolina has to feel very fortunate about how the draft declaration period...

Justin Jackson Getting To Work
Summer is coming for Justin Jackson, and with it a singular focus. Getting better. Next week, Jackson is returning to his home in Tomball, Texas...

Video: Justin Jackson Named UNC Outstanding Male Newcomer
Justin Jackson of the North Carolina men's basketball team won the Outstanding Male Newcomer award at the 2015 Rammys...

Player Review: Justin Jackson
Justin Jackson entered this season with enormous expectations heaped upon his slender shoulders. A consensus top-ten recruit, Jackson was expected to be the solution...

Season in review: Justin Jackson
In the second half of the 2014-2015 season, Tar Heel fans were able to see the true potential of freshman Justin Jackson. Closing out the...

ACC basketball season wrap: UNC takes step forward in postseason
Overall, North Carolina was just better on offense. It didn't have the weapons of the 2008-09 teams that produced a two Final Fours and a...

Loaded Schedule, High Expectations Await
The best thing about the end of the 2014-15 basketball season is that it's finally acceptable to look ahead to the 2015-16 season. With the...

Ridiculously Early Basketball Preseason Top 25
2. North Carolina: UNC is projected to return every relevant player from a team that finished 12th in KenPom's final ratings. Notable players definitely gone:...

UNC Basketball Next Season: The Offense
Looking towards next season, one key will be the offense finding game-to-game consistency and also raising the overall range in which UNC operates. The key...

Justin Jackson's return bolsters already loaded North Carolina
At a time when numerous prospects unlikely to be selected in the first round are turning pro, one with first-round potential made a savvy choice...

Justin Jackson Confirms He Will Return For Sophomore Season
Justin Jackson will return to UNC for his sophomore season, he announced on Wednesday. The family confirmed the news to Inside Carolina. The 6-8, 193-pound...

Tar Heels Grow in Late Season Success, Final Loss
North Carolina played some of its best basketball at the end of the season. Justin Jackson finally emerged as the player many had hoped, and...

Sweet 16 stage not too big for freshmen Justin Jackson, Joel Berry
The score was close, an Elite Eight berth was at stake and North Carolina was running against slow-paced Wisconsin. Two freshmen were leading the fastbreak...

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