Four-star Elmarko Jackson includes Virginia basketball in cut list
Virginia shortlisted another recruiting target in the Class of 2023. Elmarko Jackson, a four-star guard from South Kent, Connecticut, narrowed his list to 11 schools on Wednesday and included Virginia along with Kansas, Maryland, Louisville, Notre Dame, VCU, Texas, UCLA, Villanova, Miami and Michigan.
The 6’3″ combo guard picked up offers from nearly 30 programs this summer and cut several top conference schools with his cut roster, including Indiana, Kansas State, Minnesota, Nebraska , Ohio State, Oklahoma, Penn State, Rutgers, Seton Hall, St. John’s, Tennessee, Georgetown and Wisconsin.
UVA proposed to Jackson on June 24, but he has yet to schedule an official visit to Virginia. 247Sports ranks Jackson as the No. 68 overall prospect in the Class of 2023, the No. 14 combo guard in the nation and the No. 2 player in Connecticut.
Virginia currently has offers for six remaining targets in the recruiting class of 2023. Of those six prospects, five have included the Cavaliers in their latest cut rosters: Elmarko Jackson, TJ Power, Taison Chatman, Andrej Stojakovic and Elijah Gertrude.
PF TJ Power (Shrewsbury, MA)
SG Taison Chatman (Minneapolis, MN)
SF Andrej Stojakovic (Carmichael, CA)
CG Elmarko Jackson (South Kent, Conn.)
CG Elijah Gertrude (Jersey City, NJ)
SG Davin Cosby (Richmond, Virginia)
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