Duke has been one of the schools most actively involved with the 6-foot-3 native of Utah as Coach K has been flanked by assistant coaches Jeff Capel and Jon Scheyer to watch Jackson's games with the Utah Prospects this week at the adidas Uprising Summer Championships.
"Definitely. It's kind of cool because they really care about you and they want you to come to their school," Jackson said. "It shows that they take time out of their night of all of the kids they're recruiting to come watch you play."
Besides Duke and Stanford, Arizona, BYU, UCLA and Utah are still involved in Jackson's recruitment and he's trying to figure things out about each school before moving forward with his recruitment.
"I'm just taking my time right now. I'm not sure when I'm going to make my decision," Jackson said. "I have a lot of schools coming at me hard right now. I'm going to take all of the information and make my decision."
While Jackson said he's taking his time with the process, he does have two visits preliminary scheduled for the coming months.
"I'm taking an unofficial to Arizona in August and then in September I'm going to take an official to Duke," Jackson said.
"I'm going to take these two visits and see how it is. Probably after those two visits, I'll probably shut it down."
Jackson has also noticed that Duke is on the board in the 2016 class with a commitment from five-star wing Jayson Tatum. When asked if adding Tatum helped Duke's case, Jackson was excited at the potential opportunity to pair up with another five-star prospect.
"He's a great player," Jackson said of Tatum. "I haven't really seen him play in person but I definitely went and watched film on him and he can go. He can play. So I feel like we could do pretty well together."
Regarded as the No. 10 overall prospect in the country, Jackson has had some early heavyweight battles this week, going head-to-head against Class of 2016 point guards Kobi Simmons and Dennis Smith. Jackson scored 22 in a win over Simmons and the Atlanta Celtics while going for 28 points in a loss to Smith and Team Loaded North Carolina.