Hog senior delays pro career, will transfer again

Razorback hoops senior Vance Jackson will not be turning professional after all, however the 1 year transfer still will not be going back to Arkansas.

The forward tweeted that he’ll utilize his additional year, paid for to all professional athletes this previous year due to COVID, to move to another school to complete his masters.

The Razorbacks have 2 scholarships open, so they might have invited him back to Fayetteville, however the 2 celebrations have actually equally consented to part methods.

Jackson moved to Arkansas for the 2020-21 season after beginning most of video games for New Mexico for 2 seasons. At New Mexico, the 6-foot-9 forward scored 11 points per video game while balancing 27 minutes, and 13 points per video game in 2018-2019.

Jackson was ranked in the leading 50 transfers when he got here on the Hill. Nevertheless, his function was not almost as huge at Arkansas as it was at New Mexico, playing 11.6 minutes per video game with 3.8 points and 2 boards.

In spite of shooting 40% in the previous stops of his profession, Jackson shot 35.8% this season and 57% from the complimentary toss line.

This relocation in fact marks the 3rd transfer of his profession as he started at UConn, making 21 starts, prior to leaving the Huskies team.

Capture up on all of Arkansas hoops’ offseason relocations.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.