"I'm really starting to hear from some pretty good programs," Jackson said. "North Carolina, Duke, Florida, Texas, Texas A&M and Arizona are a few of the schools I'm hearing from, and it's definitely an honor to hear from those kind of schools."
Arizona's interest is relatively new and with Sean Miller impressed at how Jackson played for Houston Hoops, the head coach decided to offer.
"Arizona offered me yesterday, so I'm pretty excited about that," Jackson said. "That school has put a lot of guards in the NBA and the coaching staff likes the fact that I'm a little bigger and that I can shoot.
"It's definitely a school I'm interested in learning more about."
Now that the AAU season is over, Jackson is focused on the season.
"I've got a lot of goals individually and team wise," Jackson said. "I want to continue to become a better creator. A lot of people said before the summer I was just a shooter, so I think I surprised some people with my versatility. I also need to get stronger over the next few years.
"From a team perspective, we want to get better every day."
Jackson is not close to making a decision, so his recruitment should intensify.
"I'm just enjoying hearing from different schools," Jackson said. "I don't really want to eliminate anybody until I get a better idea on everything.
"That said, I'll probably try to narrow my list by the end of my junior year and decide before my senior year."