"It feels good," Jackson said Tuesday. "I'm glad that I found a place to go that needs me and wants me, and the place to me, really, was perfect. Nice coaches, great atmosphere, great facilities, and most of all, it is a winning program. I'm just so excited right now. I really can't wait. I wish I could leave today to go to school and get started."Jackson, who started his high school career at Woodlawn, first emerged as a Division I recruit at Randallstown, helping the Rams to the Class 2A state championship in 2007 and a runner-up finish in 2008. Appalachian State, Morgan State and UMBC all expressed interest in Jackson, but before graduating from Randallstown, he left town for Charlotte, N.C. to attend Evelyn Mack Academy.