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Frank

Jackson

FrankJackson

#15

Guard

Bio

Career Stats

Career
• Played in 36 games and made 16 starts
• Averaged 10.9 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.7 assists in 24.9 minutes per contest
• Declared for the NBA Draft on May 12, 2017, after one season at Duke

2016-17
• Named to the All-ACC Tournament second team after averaging 13.0 points and shooting .515 from the floor to help Duke become the first team to win four games in as many days to capture the championship
• Named ACC Rookie of the Week once (11/14)
• Included on the preseason watch list for the Bob Cousy Award
• Played in 36 games, starting 16 times, and averaged 10.9 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.7 assists in 24.9 minutes per contest
• Averaged 9.2 points and 1.9 assists per game in ACC play
• Put up an average of 14.5 points in two NCAA Tournament games
• Led Duke in scoring six times and assists on four occasions
• Scored in double figures 20 times and reached the 20-point mark in three games
• Made the eighth-most three-pointers (51) and had the eighth-best three-point percentage (.395) in Duke freshman history
• Rung up 18 points and a season-high four steals in the season-opening win over Marist (11/11)
• Scored 22 points and collected four rebounds in the home win over Grand Canyon (11/12)
• Had 11 points, including the game-tying three-pointer with less than a minute left to play, against No. 7 Kansas at the Champions Classic (11/15)
• Tallied 17 points and four rebounds in the win over Penn State in the semifinals of the Hall of Fame Tip-Off (11/19)
• Contributed 19 points and four rebounds to the home win over William & Mary (11/23)
• Had 11 points on 5-of-6 shooting in Duke's home win over Michigan State in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge (11/29)
• Netted 15 points and four assists in a home victory over Georgia Tech (1/4)
• Scored 15 points in Duke's home win over Boston College (1/7)
• Handed out a season-high five assists in the home win over Pittsburgh (2/4)
• Tallied 11 points on 4-of-4 shooting from the field in Duke's home win over No. 8 North Carolina (2/9)
• Made 3-of-4 shots from deep en route to a season-high 22 points in the Blue Devils' home win over No. 15 Florida State (2/28)
• Had 15 points and six rebounds at No. 5 North Carolina (3/4)
• Scored 20 points on 7-of-10 shooting in the win over Clemson in the ACC Tournament opener (3/8)
• Came up with 15 points and five boards in Duke's win over No. 6 North Carolina in the ACC Tournament semis (3/10)
• Had nine points and four rebounds to help Duke defeat No. 22 Notre Dame in the championship game of the ACC Tournament (3/11)
• Posted 14 points in the win over Troy in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (3/17) and followed up with 15 against South Carolina in the second round (3/19)

USA Basketball
• Selected to participate in the 2015-16 USA Basketball Men's Junior National Team minicamp
• Member of the U.S. team that defeated World Select, 101-67, at the 2016 Nike Hoop Summit in Portland

High School
• Ranked as the No. 10 overall recruit and No. 4 point guard in the 2016 high school class by ESPN
• Also rated No. 12 overall by Rivals, No. 13 by 247 Sports and No. 18 by Scout
• Named a 2016 McDonald's All-American, scoring 19 points on 7-of-11 shooting to earn co-MVP honors after leading the West to a 114-107 win; became the fifth Duke player to earn at least a share of the game's MVP award
• Won the McDonald's All-American Game dunk contest, becoming the fourth Duke player to claim the title
• Participated in the 2016 Jordan Brand Classic
• A semifinalist for the 2016 Naismith Boys High School Player of the Year award
• Named a second-team Naismith Trophy All-American, a second-team MaxPreps All-American and a third-team USA Today All-USA selection as a senior
• Earned inclusion on the Louisville Courier-Journal Super Five third team in 2016
• Named Utah Mr. Basketball, Utah Gatorade Player of the Year and Salt Lake Tribune Player of the Year as a senior after averaging 28.1 points, 6.4 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game
• Garnered inclusion on the USA Today All-USA Preseason Boys Basketball Team prior to his senior campaign
• A 2015 NBPA Top 100 Camp participant
• Scored 20 points at the 2015 Under Armour Elite 24 in Brooklyn to claim co-MVP honors
• Averaged 26.9 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.0 steals per game as a junior in 2015 to earn fourth-team MaxPreps All-America honors
• A first-team All-USA Utah selection, a first-team Class 5A coaches' all-state pick and a Salt Lake Tribune all-state honoree in 2015
• Set a Lone Peak school record with a 54-point night on Dec. 18, 2014, in a win over Clark County (Nev.) at the Jerry Tarkanian Classic in Las Vegas
• Led Lone Peak to its fourth consecutive Utah Class 5A state title – a first in state history – in 2014 with an average of 17.9 points as a sophomore
• Collected honorable mention MaxPreps Sophomore All-America accolades and Deseret News first-team 5A all-state honors in 2014
• Finished his high school career with 2,079 points to rank sixth in Utah high school history

Personal
• Born Franklin Willis Jackson on May 4, 1998, in Washington, D.C.
• Son of Al and Juleen Jackson
• Father is a former Utah state senator
• Has a brother, Alvin III, and three sisters, Kayla, Mary Alice and Marie

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