Jackson-Cartwright is one of those rare players who can truly dominate a game without scoring a point. His basketball I.Q. and quickness make him incredibly effective in a full-court or half-court setting.
Because of his skills, Jackson-Cartwright can attend any school on the west coast.
"I like Arizona, UCLA, Washington, and some other schools," Jackson-Cartwright said. "I'm going to check out Arizona here soon, so I'm excited to see everything."
Jackson-Cartwright will be visiting Arizona for the first time and has a good idea of what he will be looking for.
"I'm looking forward to getting to know Coach Miller and just seeing what the program is like," he said. "I've heard a lot of good things, but I just want to see everything for myself."
Although he is in the middle of the recruiting process, Jackson-Cartwright is working on improving his basketball skills as well.
"I'm trying to become a better shooter and just becoming more of a leader," Jackson-Cartwright said. "The point guard is kind of like a coach on the floor and that's what I'm aiming to be out there.
"I'm working on all aspects of my game, but those are two areas that I continue to focus on."
Jackson-Cartwright isn't firm on when he'll make his college decision.
"I don't have a set time frame for making a decision," Jackson-Cartwright said. "I'm kind of feeling things out right now.
"I plan on just seeing how the visits go and I'll move on from there."