2004-05 (As a Junior)
Played in 31 games and made seven starts...scored a career-high 18 points and handed out four assists at 12th-ranked Washington...equaled his season-high of 18 points at Charlotte...tallied 11 points, two assists and two steals at East Carolina... scored 10 points and handed out a season-best four assists against McNeese State...netted nine points and had one steal in four minutes of action against Centenary...also scored nine points at Marquette...scored seven points and grabbed a career-high seven rebounds to lead Houston against LSU... pulled down two rebounds and had his only blocked shot of the season against 16th-ranked Louisville...scored six points and had two steals against Southeastern Louisiana...tallied 10 points and four assists against McNeese State...also had two steals against the Cowboys...scored eight points and handed out three assists against Grambling State.
Listed as one of the top 100 junior-college players in California... earned First-Team All-South Coast South Conference honors after averaging 17.5 points, 8.9 rebounds, 3.2 assists and two steals per game...also averaged 16.4 points, 6.0 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 3.3 steals in eight conference games...Southwest Los Angeles also finished the season with an 8-0 conference record...played at Butler Community College as a freshman... helped Butler finish with a 17-17 record in 2001-02.
Listed as one of the Top 25 recruits in the state of Illinois as a senior...was named an All-City selection after averaging 18 points, six rebounds, six assists and two steals...led Harlan High School to a 22-3 record in the Chicago Blue Conference as a senior...named team MVP as a senior...averaged 23 points and seven rebounds as a junior at Harlan.
Major is psychology...born August 28, 1983, in Chicago...son of Delores Jackson...signed with Houston after being recruited by Purdue, Oregon, Fresno State, Wisconsin, Ohio and Wyoming.