Michigan sophomore guard Zeb Jackson looks to be continuing his college basketball career elsewhere.

Jackson announced Monday night on his Instagram account that he has entered the NCAA transfer portal.

“I want to start off by thanking the University of Michigan for allowing me to represent the university for the past two years,” Jackson wrote. “I really appreciate all of my coaches, teammates, mentors and professors for taking care of me during my time here. I would also like to thank everyone who’s been checking on me and sending prayers my way! After the time I have taken away, I’ve decided to enter the transfer portal because I feel that’s what’s best for my future and my health! Again, thank you to everyone who supports me and my decision.”

An Ohio native out of the Montverde Academy in Florida, Jackson was the No. 96 overall recruit in the class of 2020 on the 247Sports Composite.

Jackson appeared in 20 games with the Wolverines. He logged 4 appearances this season, last playing on Dec. 18 against Southern Utah when he recorded 8 points in 14 minutes.

Jackson played 120 minutes over his career, posting 29 points (1.5 per game average) and 18 rebounds.


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