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Jessica Jackson

Born: July 6, 1995 

Height: 193 cm – 6’4”

Position: PF/C  (4/5)

Birthplace: Jacksonville, AR

College: Arkansas (’17)

Experience: WNBA training camp, Switzerland, Greece, Israel, Turkey, Italy, Poland

Pro Career Teams: Pallacanestro Bellinzona (Switzerland) , PAOK (Greece), Chania (Greece), Elitzur Holon (Israel), Edremit (Turkey) , Basket Costa (Serie A- Italy), Polonia Warszawa (Poland & EWBL), Manati (Puerto Rico),

Hatay (Turkey KBSL)



# Senior CLASS Award Finalist (2017)
# 2016 MVP Nugget Classic (Reno)
# SEC co-Player of the Week (Feb. 16, 2015)
# All-SEC Second-Team Selection (2014, 2015)
# All-SEC First-Team Selection (2016)
# All-SEC Freshman Team (2014)
# AP SEC Second-Team Selection
# Switzerland Top-3 in scoring – 19.7 ppg (2018)
# Switzerland 1st in block – 1.7 bpg (2018)
# Swiss SBL Player of the Week Round 12 (2018)
# Greek League Regular Season Runner Up (2019)
# Greek League Finalist (2019)
# Greek A1 Top-5 in scoring – 18.7 ppg (2019)
# All-Greek League Forward of The Year (2019)
# All-Greek League First Team (2019)
# All-Greek League All-Imports Team (2019)
# Turkey Top-10 in scoring – 20.2 ppg (2020)
# Greek A1 Player of the Week Round 4 (2021)
# Greek A1 Newcomer of the Year (2021)
# Greek A1 3rd Scorer – 18.5 ppg (2021)
# Greek A1 Top-5 in FT % – 92.0% (2021)
# EWBL Bronze Medalist (2023)
# EWBL 3rd in 2FG% – 54.3% (2023)
#EWBL 5th in Blocks (2023)

Scouting Report:  A forward with terrific size and length for the position(long wingspan). She is an explosive leaper and has next level athleticism. A very good player in transition, she runs the floor extremely hard. She is able to finish plays  in open lane situations. Her upper body is well built, and she has the strength to move defenders on drives to the basket. Top class catch and shoot threat. With her feet set she can shoot the ball with range and very consistently knock down jumpers from deep.  Her  impact  on the defensive end is tremendous, where her size, length, athleticism and terrific instincts make her a lockdown defender. She possesses all the tools to be able to translate her defense to the WNBA level. Super versatile, she can defend 1-5.  Her ability to anticipate and jump into passing lanes combined with shotblocking, make her a very rare threat on the defensive side of the ball.  A solid rebounder, she is especially good on the Offensive glass, where she uses her length and athleticism to get to rebounds.

Overall, a super athletic  scorer. Possesses the ability to put the ball on the floor and slash to the paint or shoot with very high percentages.

Jessica proved herself at the highest level of European basketball. She is a difference maker. One of the best forwards overseas.


Pro Career Stats

  • 2017-2018: Bellinzona(Switzerland): 19.7 pts | 7.4 reb | 1.6 ast | 1.5 stl | 1.7 blk | 50.2% 2pts | 31.3% 3pts | FT 87.3% | 21.9 ranking

3rd scorer and 1st blocker of the League 


  • 2018-2019 : PAOK (Greece):  18.7 pts | 6.7 reb | 1.7 ast |1.0 stl |2FGP: 54.8% |3FGP 38.8%  | FT 83.5% | 19.1 ranking

Top-5 in scoring – Forward of the Year – led her team to the Finals – All League First Team


  • 2019-2020: Elitzur Holon (Israel): 14.2 pts | 6.2 reb | 2.2 ast | 59.2% 2pts | 78.3% FT  | 14.4 ranking


  • 2020: Edremit (Turkey): 20.2 pts | 8.4 reb | 1.9 ast | 1.4 stl | 50.0% 2pts | 35.5% 3pts | 80.6% FT | 18.7 ranking

3rd Scorer of the League


  • 2020-2021: Chania (Greece): 18.5 pts | 7.3 reb | 1.5 ast | 55.4% 2pts | 92.0% FT  | 21.7 ranking

         3rd Scorer of the League


  • 2021-2022: Basket Costa (Italy): 10.9 pts | 4.9 reb | 47.6% 2pts | 39.3% 3pts | 84.2% FT per 23 minutes/game

PER 40:                                                18.2 pts | 8.2 reb | 1.2 ast | 1.2 stl | 15.9 ranking


  • 2022-2023: Polonia Warszawa – (Poland & EWBL):


College Stats:
  • 2013-2014: Arkansas (NCAA, starting five): 30 games: 16.3ppg, 6.4rpg, 1.6bpg, FGP: 45.1%, 3PT: 37.6%, FT: 79.9%
  • 2014-2015: Arkansas (NCAA, starting five): 32 games: 14.9ppg, 6.2rpg, 1.0bpg, FGP: 39.2%, 3PT: 34.4%, FT: 78.6%
  • 2015-2016: Arkansas (NCAA, starting five): 29 games: 16.4ppg, 6.3rpg, 1.0apg, 1.1bpg, FGP: 40.7%, 3PT: 32.0%, FT: 73.6%
  • 2016-2017: Arkansas (NCAA, starting five): 31 games: 15.2ppg, 6.5rpg, 1.6apg, FGP: 39.9%, 3PT: 34.9%, FT: 70.6%


College Career:

AS A SENIOR (2016-17): Named to coaches preseason All-SEC First-Team in 2016-17 … Single-season personal best 15 consecutive games in double figure scoring as a senior … Twenty-four games in double figures as a senior and 101 games in double digits for her career … Scored in double figures in the first half eight times as a senior (Stetson, Tulsa, Navy, NSU, HBU, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee), including three games with 10 points in the first quarter (Stetson, Tulsa, Northwestern State) … Scored 20+ points 26 times in her career includng six times as a senior … Scored 30+ points twice in her career including a career-best 34 (11th most in Arkansas history) in a win over Houston Baptist … Four double-doubles as a senior scoring 14 points and grabbing 12 rebounds on Senior Day … Eighteen double-doubles in her career … One of four Razorback players with 1,700+ points and 700+ rebounds after getting five boards against No. 4 South Carolina … One of two players with 1,700+ points, 700+ rebounds and 120+ blocks (Shameka Christon) … Ranks in the Arkansas career records for points (3rd-1,865), rebounds (3rd-750), defensive rebounds (1st-517), offensive rebounds (T6th-233), field goals made 4th-639), field goals attempted (2nd-1,622), free throws made (4th-389), free throws attempted (6th-513), 3-pointers made (5th-198), 3-pointers attempted (5th-576), blocked shots (6th-131), scoring average (T7th-15.5 ppg), games started (2nd-113)* and minutes played (3rd-3,722)* … Ranks 14th in the SEC averaging 14.7 points per game … Tied for 16th with 6.4 rpg, tied for ninth with 1.6 3-point field goals per game, tied for 13th with 2.6 o-rpg and tied for 25th with 29.9 minutes per game … Finished the year ranked among the NCAA’s active leaders: 15th in points (1,865), 15th in field goal attempts (1,622), 27th in field goals made (639), 32nd in free throw attempts (513) and 32nd in free throws made (389) (2/21/17).

AS A JUNIOR (2015-16): Became the second-fastest player in program history to reach her career 1,000th- point scoring her 1,000th point in the first period at SDSU to rank 27th all-time in scoring … Had 1,439 career points ranking 10th all-time in program history … Jackson has 76 career double figure scoring games … Jackson has three double-doubles in 2015-16 and 13 for her career … Jackson has scored 20+ points eight times as a junior … Jackson has scored 20+ points 21 times in her career … Been Arkansas’ leading scorer (or tied for the lead) in 22 games … Been among Arkansas’ leading rebounders in nine games … Became the 19th player in program history to record 1,000+ career points, 500+ career rebounds and 100+ career blocks … Became the fourth player in program history to earn All-SEC First-Team honors joining C’eira Ricketts (2012), Shameka Christon (2004) and current Razorback assistant coach Christ Smith (1998) in the elite class … Currently ranks 10th in career scoring with 1,439 points, 19th with 564 career rebounds, eighth for career blocked shots with 111, eighth for career field goal attempts, 11th for career free throws made with 299, ninth with a .777 free throw shooting percentage, sixth with 152 made threes and 10th with 385 three-pointers attempted.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2014-15): Selected to the coaches and the Associated Press All-SEC Second-Team…Led the SEC in scoring in all games with 14.9 ppg…Ranked 16th in all games in rebounding, sixth in free throw percentage, fifth in three-pointers made, 13th in defensive rebounds and sixth in minutes played…Ranked third in SEC-only games in scoring with 12.3 ppg, 15th in rebounding, sixth in field goal percentage, ninth in three-pointers made, tied for 15th in blocked shots, 12th in defensive rebounds and tied for 10th in minutes played…Ranks 27th all-time at Arkansas in scoring with 962 career points…Ranks tied for 37th in career rebounding, eighth in free throw percentage, tied for 12th in three-point field goals, sixth in three-point percentage, 11th in blocked shots and tied for sixth in scoring average…Twenty-six of 32 games in double figure scoring including the final 12 games of the season…Twenty-plus points in five games…Five double-doubles.

AS A FRESHMAN (2013-14): Selected to the All-SEC Second-Team…Selected to the All-SEC Freshman team…Three-time SEC Freshman of the Week…26 of 30 games in double figure scoring…Scored 20+ points seven times…23 of 30 games with 13+ points…Season-best 8-for-10 from free throw line against MTSU…Season-best 4-for-5 from three-point range against MTSU…Ranks seventh in scoring in the SEC (16.2 ppg)…Tied for sixth in the SEC in blocks per game (1.5 bpg)…Ranks 13th in SEC in field-goal percentage (.423)…Ranks fourth in SEC in free-throw percentage (.804)…Career-best 31 points vs. Ole Miss (+10reb; double-double)…Shot a career-best 9-for-10 from free-throw line at Missouri…Double-double with 18 pts and 11 rebs vs. TTU…Double-double with 23 pts and 10 rebs at Florida…Double-double with a career-high 31 pts and 10 rebs vs. Ole Miss…Double-double with 19 pts and a career-high 19 rebs vs. Auburn.

AT JACKSONVILLE HS: 6-3 forward from Jacksonville, Ark…Attended Jacksonville High…Rated the No. 7 recruit in the nation in the Class of 2013 by Dan Olson’s Collegiate Girl’s Basketball Report…Played AAU hoops with the Arkansas Mavericks and Coach Ed Durham….Led the Red Devils to a 26-4 record and a 12-0 mark in league play as a senior…5A state title as a senior…Averaged 22 points per game, 15 rebounds per game and two blocks per game as a senior…Honors include being named the MVP of the state championship game, all-state and all-conference honors and earning WBCA All-America honors…Ranked 17th overall in the espnW HoopGurlz Top 100 for the 2013 class…Key player in a class that ranked 20th (espnW HoopGurlz)



Career High 33 points vs Tarsus | Turkey 23/24

Poland & EWBL (Bronze Medalist) 2022/23 Highlights:

Italy Serie A 2021/22 Highlights:

Greece 2019/20 Highlights (Finalist)

NCAA Highlights:

FULL GAME – NCAA      vs Kentucky  (#00 Black)

36 minutes – 24 points – 7 rebounds – 7/13 2pts – 3/7 3pts – 1/1 FT – 4 assists – 18 Ranking





Career Moments :