Jason Jackson commits to Ole Miss, will reclassify to 2024 and join Overtime Elite
Jason Jackson, a Class of 2023 shooting guard out of Sarasota, Florida, announced Tuesday through his “NIL advisor” that he will reclassify to the Class of 2024 and commit to Ole Miss. For the 2023 season, Jackson will join Overtime Elite, a professional basketball league for prep players.
Tuesday, May 30 has proven to be a busy day for the Rebels’ basketball program. Just prior to Jackson’s announcement, Auburn transfer Allen Flanigan announced that he would be joining his father, newly hired assistant Wes Flanigan, in Oxford under Chris Beard.
Jackson was committed to Texas Tech until last week. He de-committed on May 22.
My client Jason Jackson (@Jayjack01 ) will be reclassifying to the 2024 class and committing to @OleMissMBB and will spend this season next season with @OvertimeElite @LEVEL13Agency #LΞVΞLUP pic.twitter.com/auHye0Mr25
— Chris Wash (@TXRecruited) May 30, 2023
The 6-3 SG is listed as a high 3-star prospect and is rated as the No. 162 overall prospect in the Class of 2023 (he would rank as the No. 169 in the Class of 2024), as well as the No. 28 overall shooting guard and the No. 14 player out of the state of Florida.
Jackson is Ole Miss’ first Class of 2024 basketball commitment.