Virginia Beach, Va.
As a Freshman (2019-20): Made 16 starts in 30 games played…Led all Miami freshmen in scoring (4.9), rebounding (4.5), minutes per game (16.8), field goal percentage (.500) and total steals (30)…Paced the Canes in blocks per game (1.30), while ranking sixth in the conference…One of three freshmen to earn a start and the only freshman to start more than 10 games… Led the Canes in rebounding in nine games in 2019-20…Ranked second on the team in field goal percentage (.500/min. 100 attempts)…Tallied six double-digit games…Posted double-figures in back-to-back games three times this season…Recorded a career-high five blocks at Florida State (1/26)…Tallied the first double-double of her career against Florida State (1/5), posting 14 points and 10 rebounds.
High School: A four-star prospect as ranked by espnW HoopGurlz and ProspectsNation.com…Checks in as the No. 92 prospect in the nation according to HoopGurlz, No. 17 among posts and fourth in Virginia…Named the Virginia Class 5 State Player of the Year…Helped Princess Anne to the Class 5A State Championship title…Recorded 23 points, 16 rebounds and five blocks in the championship game…Jackson won the state title all four years of high school… Averaged 13.2 points, 10.1 rebounds and 2.8 blocks as a senior…As a junior, was USA TODAY First Team All-Virginia, as well as Class 5 Player of the Year and The Virginian-Pilot’s All-Tidewater Player of the Year…Logged 12.4 points and 10.1 rebounds per game in 2017-18…Tallied three double-doubles in the state tournament and averaged 19.3 points and 15.7 rebounds to lead her team to a fifth straight state title…Finished 2017-18 with a record of 26-1.
Personal: Full name is Brianna Monet Jackson…Nickname is Bri…Born Oct. 25, 2000…Parents are Christina and Brian Jackson…Father played semi-pro basketball…Has a brother, Brian III, and two sisters, Jada and Destinee…Intends to major in business with goal of owning her own gym…Enjoys reading and watching anime outside of basketball…Chose Miami because of the coaching staff, the team and the support from fans…Committed to Miami over Virginia Tech, Florida, and DePaul.