Reggie Jackson
Reggie  Jackson


Hogansville, Ga.

High School:

Last College:
Southern Union (Ala.) College

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 170



Reggie Jackson Career Recap

Career Highlights
Played in 58 of a possible 59 games in two seasons at Duquesne ... transferred to DU after playing two years at Southern Union College in Wadley, Ala. ... started 37 times ... improved his scoring average, field goal and 3-point percentages from his junior to senior seasons ... finished his career with the fifth-best free throw percentage (.809) in school history (min. 100 att.) ... averaged 3.4 assists per game for his career ... had a 1.47-to-1 career assist-to-turnover ratio ... played alongside his junior college backcourtmate, Gary Tucker, in his two seasons at Duquesne ... tied with Shawn James in leading the Dukes in scoring seven times in 2007-08 ... paced DU in the scoring column in four of the last six games of the season ... finished the `08 season with his scoring average at the highest of any point in his college career at 9.8 ppg.

As a Senior (2007-08)
Played in 29 of 30 games with 18 starts ... was the team's most-accurate 3-point shooter at .438 (32-of-73) .... was third on the team in assists (97) and fourth in steals (34) ... shot .783 (65-of-83) from the foul line ... averaged 21.4 minutes per game ... sprained his big toe three minutes into the season-opener against Howard ... the injury forced him to miss game two vs. Winston-Salem State ... made his return at Rice (12 minutes) and played one minute at Oakland on the same road trip ... did not log double-digit minutes again until the Cal State Northridge game on Nov. 30 ... set new career highs for assists (9) and rebounds (7) to go along with 14 points in DU's 86-70 win over Robert Morris ... added eight assists against South Carolina Upstate in the Dukes' next game ... tied his career assist high with nine and added 19 points (3-of-3 from the 3-point arc) at La Salle on Feb. 9 ... scored in double digits in four consecutive games in early January ... led the Dukes in scoring in three times during that stretch with 19 at Bowling Green, 15 vs. Fordham and 19 at Rhode Island ... his five top scoring games in 2007-08 came either on the road or at a neutral site: a career-high 29 vs. La Salle at the Atlantic 10 Tournament, 25 at Temple & 19 points each at Bowling Green, at Rhode Island and at La Salle ... scored 15 of his 17 points in the second half - including 3-of-6 3-pointers - at Charlotte ... fouled out for the first time in his Duquesne career with 1:14 left ... followed that by scoring 18 of his 25 in the first half at Temple ... was 9-of-13 from the field against the Owls ... ended the regular season with 12 points and team highs for assists (7), rebounds (6) and steals (4) against Saint Louis ... went 2-of-2 from the arc and did not turn the ball over in 34 minutes of his final home game ... scored a career-high 29 points (4-of-6 from the 3-point arc) in his final game against La Salle in the Atlantic 10 Championship ... totaled 21 of the points in 20 second-half minutes ... averaged 20.8 ppg. over his final four games.

As a Junior (2006-07)
One of four to see action in all 29 games ... started 19 times ... averaged 25.1 minutes per game ... ranked second on the team with 98 assists and 39 steals ... his 1.53 assist-to-turnover ratio ranked eighth, 3.38 assists per game ninth and 1.34 steals per game 11th in the Atlantic 10 ... had nine five-plus assist games with a high of eight vs. Charlotte ... scored a career-high 23 points in 23 minutes in the win at La Salle on Feb. 7 ... went 7-of-7 from the foul line, including 4-of-4 in the final 1:20 to help seal the win ... added four steals, including a big deflection that led to an Aaron Jackson dunk with 1:05 left against the Explorers ... hit 8-of-12 shots from the field, including 4-of-6 from the 3-point arc in scoring 22 points in 26 minutes at UMass ... added 14 in 21 minutes - including four clutch free throws in the final nine seconds - versus Temple ... hit 5-of-8 from the floor (3-of-5 from 3-point) in scoring 13 points at Saint Louis ... he scored DU's first eight points of the second half to pull the Dukes within two in what became a 73-63 win ... added four assists and seven steals against the Billikens ... the seven steals, which were the most by a DU player since Mike James had seven vs. La Salle on Jan. 31, 1998, tied the second-highest single game total in school history ... had a solid game in the win at Boston College with six points, six rebounds, seven assists and three steals ... had 11 double-digit scoring games and nine games with three or fewer points ... had a streak of 22 free throws made snapped at George Washington ... finished the season 45-of-53 from the foul line ... his .849 success rate tied the fifth-best mark in school history (minimum 50 attempts) ... the Dukes went 7-4 in the 11 games Jackson topped the 10-point mark.

Junior College
Southern Union College in Wadley, Ala. (head coach Ron Radford) ... shot .527 (59-of-112) from the 3-point arc and posted seven double-doubles for the 20-12 Bison in 2005-06 ... averaged 9.5 points per game ... scored a season-high 18 points versus Bevill State ... ranked second in ACCC Division I in assists (8.31/g.), fifth in 3-point shooting percentage and 12th in steals (1.9/g.) ... had a 2-to-1 (266-to-133) assist-to-turnover ratio ... Southern Union led the ACCC in team 3-point percentage (.576) and 3-pointers made per game (10.7).

High School
Callaway High School in Hogansville, Ga. (head coach Terry Hayes) ... finished his career as Callaway's all-time leading scorer.

Is the oldest of three brothers ... integrated marketing communications major ... full name is Reginald Bernard Jackson Jr. ... date of birth: 11/14/84.


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