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Oct 22, 2004 - Oct 25, 2004   Dallas Panthers
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5-Plex - Player Development Complex - Ft. Myers, FL
Austin Jackson
OF 6-2 180   R/R

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Aug 05, 2004 - Aug 05, 2004   
  

Cal Ripken Stadium - Aberdeen, MD
Austin Jackson
OF 6-2 180   R/R

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Jul 12, 2004 - Jul 18, 2004   Dallas Panthers 18u
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East Cobb Complex - Marietta, GA
Austin Jackson
OF 6-2 180   R/R

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Jun 18, 2004 - Jun 20, 2004   Cardinal
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Tropicana Field - St. Petersburg, FL
Austin Jackson
OF 6-2 180   R/R

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Austin Jackson is a lean athletic 6'2/180 OF from Denton, TX. Jackson, a nationally ranked prep basketball player, and is just beginning to tap his immense baseball skills. His outfield defense is outstanding and his bat speed and hand/eye coordination at the plate are just beginning to come together. Jackson has faced constant questioning for a couple of years about his sports future, hardly a fair situation for a teenage athlete. He’s a superior basketball prospect who has been ranked among the top 30 prep basketball players in the country by some ranking services, along with being placed among the top 10 players in the 2005 high school baseball class by Perfect Game USA. It’s been mentioned that he might be the first athlete ever considered for both the AFLAC All-American team and it’s basketball equivalent, the McDonald’s All-Star Game. The first thing you notice about Jackson as a baseball player is the easy grace with which he moves. He never looks like he’s accelerating but he covers ground in the outfield like a Mike Cameron/Torii Hunter type centerfielder and as a 6.50 runner in the 60, you know he’s moving fast. Jackson’s bat speed is well above average and he’s shown very good hand/eye coordination and balance in his swing. He projects to hit with more and more power down the road as he fills out his lithe 6-2, 180 lb frame. In a group of outstanding athletes in the 2005 class, Jackson ranks right with Justin Upton and Cameron Maybin at the top of the list. Austin was selected to the AFLAC All American Team. Major League Comparison: Torii Hunter
PG Grade 10.0




Oct 24, 2003 - Oct 27, 2003   Dallas Tigers
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Roger Dean Complex - Jupiter, FL
Austin Jackson
OF 6-2 180   R/R

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Jul 26, 2002 - Jul 28, 2002   
  

University of Houston - Houston, TX
Austin Jackson
OF 6-2 160   R/R

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One of the top 05s in the country. Extremely athletic, he already has some MLB average to plus tools. Not much he can't do and he does everything naturally. Projectable body, he has it all. He will become a high profile prospect if he stays on course.
PG Grade 10.0