Career Highlights Charles is a long, big body, athletic post player who has the versatility to play either the Center or PF at the next level.  Charles has the prototypical body and size of an NBA big man.  Charles possesses many mismatches as he has the size to post any PF down in the block.   He is also very quick and possesses solid handles and a soft outside touch to score on any Center.  Charles also has a great knack for knowing where the ball is at all times.  Because of his high motor and great rebounding Charles was ranked Top 8 for double-doubles in the entire NCAA.  Due to his size, soft touch, and motor,  Charles has a huge upside.  He has only been playing basketball for about 7 years and grew from 6’3 to 6’10 from his senior year in high school until the time he got to Tennessee Tech.   Charles decided to leave school as a junior and declare for the 2015 NBA Draft. In his junior season (2014-15) at Tennessee Tech, Charles nearly averaged a double-double at 13ppg, 9.5pg, 1.3 bpg, and 1.1 spg.  Charles led his team both in points per game and in rebounds per game.  In only his first year playing Division 1 basketball, Charles was named Ohio Valley Conference New Comer of the Year.  In his sophomore season he played at College of Southern Idaho (community college),  and in his freshman season he played at Lassen Community College. In high school, Jackson was a three-sport athlete at Grant Union High School, lettering in basketball, football, and baseball. He was considered among the nation’s top 100 prospects.  He averaged 35ppg, 12rpg, and 10bpg as a senior at Richmond High School, helping his team to a 26-4 record and state Division II championship.  He was also named the top defensive player in Northern California and was one of the top players in the ABCD Camp. Personal Charles Jackson was born on May 22, 1993 and is the son of Charles and Mary Jackson.   Charles comes from a big family, with five sisters and one brother.  Charles’ favorite basketball player is Tim Duncan. Testimonial “Declaring for the draft was one of the toughest decisions in my life.  Scott and Rize Management made me feel secure after I decided to leave and gave me all the resources and tools necessary to succeed in reaching my career dreams.  When no one believed in me Scott did!  He is like family to me.”

  • Position: C/PF

    Height: 6-10

    Weight: 235 lbs

    Birthdate: May 22, 1993

    High School:
    Grant Union HS - Sacramento, CA

    College:
    Tennessee Tech

    Passport: USA


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