Michigan has added four-star shooting guard Zeb Jackson to its 2020 class.
Jackson announced his decision via Twitter on Tuesday evening. He is the first commit of John Beilein’s 2020 class.
The Maumee, OH native attended Maumee High School. Jackson is the second ranked player in the state of Ohio and is the 18th ranked shooting guard in the nation according to the 247Sports Composite. Nationally, he checks in at No. 66.
Jackson received offers from 17 other schools around the nation including Purdue, Michigan State and Ohio State. The Buckeyes were originally the school the 247Sports Crystal Ball was favoring Jackson to attend.
Jackson took an unofficial visit to Ann Arbor this past September which led to Beilein extending his offer.
On Oct. 20, Beilein also extended his offer to fellow 2020 four-star guard Ethan Morton. Morton is ranked 54th nationally in his class. Morton holds offers from 13 schools, including Northwestern, OSU, Iowa and Wisconsin. Morton brings length to the table at 6-foot-6 and is a versatile style guard.
Here’s a video of Jackson’s highlights: