Jackson, a 6-foot-2, 195-pound sophomore combo guard is leading the Fresno City College Rams to 28-3 record while averaging 24 points, 8 assists and 6 rebounds per game.
"Tyrone is one of those guys who doesn't do anything great...he just does everything good," said Fresno City College coach Vance Walberg, who also coached Jackson at Clovis West High (Fresno, Calif.).
"I'm just an all around player. I do a lot of things well," added Jackson, Fresno City's leading scorer on a team averaging 108 points per game.
Jackson averaged 21.1 points per game last season for the 38-2 Rams before losing in the state finals to Los Angeles City College.
"Tyrone just knows how to win," said Walberg.
Jackson initially committed to Fresno St. in August, but after NCAA sanctions cost Fresno some scholarships they were forced to retract the offer to last year's Central Valley Conference MVP. The recruiting battle is now wide open.
Maryland assistant Jimmy Patsos spoke with Walberg last week, and in the process of scheduling to see Jackson play in person.
"Style of play, good coach and close to home," Jackson said are the three most important factors in deciding which school he will attend.