West Virginia picked up their 12th commitment from the class of 2023 on Thursday night as Jordan Jackson made his decision to join the Mountaineers. Jackson (5-foot-11, 175 pounds) is a three-star athlete out of Fairfield, Ohio.
Jackson visited West Virginia in early March and received an offer during that time.
“First, I would like to thank god for giving me the talents and ability to play the sport that I love most and allowing me to showcase my talents at the next level,” Jackson wrote in a Tweet. “Secondly, I would like to thank my family especially my parents, for guiding, supporting, and believing me through every step of the way.
“I would also like to thank my coaches, teammates, mentors, and trainer for helping me become the best player and man I am today, without y’all I would not be in this position. I also want to thank all of the coaches who have recruited and believed in me throughout this process.
“With that being said… I am happy to announce that I will be committing to West Virginia University #TakeMeHome23 #TrustTheClimb.”
Jackson also received offers from Akron, Bowling Green, Buffalo, Central Michigan, Cincinnati, Connecticut, Duke, Eastern Michigan, Kent State, Maryland, Massachusetts, Miami (OH), Minnesota, Purdue, Ohio, Toledo and Western Michigan.