Jack Finds New Home

Mount Zion Christian Academy has lost the services of its best player. Point guard Jarrett Jack is leaving the program and heading north for his final season of high school basketball. He'll play next season at Worcester (MA) Worcester Academy.

It's a tough pill for Mount Zion to swallow as its best player, PG Jarrett Jack, is leaving the program. Jack and his father confirmed that the talented lead guard is heading to Worcester Academy in Massachusetts for his final high school basketball season.

Jack says that he is receiving recruiting attention from Georgia Tech, Maryland, Cincinnati, Charlotte and Duke. Jack says Duke wants to sign a point guard and is watching he, Anthony Roberson and Sean Dockery.

Maryland, Cincinnati, Georgia Tech and Charlotte are the schools on his list who have offered scholarships at this juncture. Jack acknowledges some of the buzz is true that Georgia Tech is in strong with him. He says Tech and Cincinnati are right there on his list.

Jack, according to his father, carries a 4.165 GPA. He's immensely talented and is one of the best guards in the country off the dribble.

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